How To Tie The Para Midge: Fly Tying Instructional Video

The Para Midge

The Para Midge dry fly is a go to Midge adult in my box. It works great all year round and on a variety of waters. This fly is simple to tie but deadly when fished. The Para Midge is one of my favorites due to its fish ability. With the Klinkhammer style post it allows this fly to be fished high and dry or just under the water surface film where a lot of emerging insects fail to break free and are swallowed up.

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The Para Midge Ingredients List / Recipe:

Hook – Firehole 316
Thread – Veevus 14/0 Gray
Dubbing – Superfine Adams Gray
Parachute Posts – Wapsi Small White
Hackle – Whiting Farms Cape Grizzly

Tools used to create this fly:
Vise – Griffin Montana Mongoose
Scissors – Dr. Slick Razor Scissors
Bobbin – Griffin Ceramic Flared
Whip Finish – Dr. Slick Brass Whip Finish

Please let us know if you have any questions or feel free to drop a line in the comments.  We would love to hear what you think about this pattern!

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How To Tie The Para Midge: Fly Tying Instructional Video

 

 

 

2 thoughts on “How To Tie The Para Midge: Fly Tying Instructional Video

  1. Video was nicely done, and a pattern I can use. I’ll probably tie it in smaller sizes, but that’s just the nature of the flies here in North Carolina.

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    1. Thanks Kevin!

      This is a great fly to tie in a variety of sizes. We typically tie in larger sizes in the videos to better showcase the fly. I fish this fly down to a size 26 here in Colorado. Hope the North Carolina fish enjoy it!

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