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Midge hatches can be some of the most productive dry fly fishing experiences. The midges sometimes will cluster together, and the trout will go for these clusters because its a larger meal. The Griffiths Gnat matches the midge cluster very well. Its an old pattern that has been around for a long time, but still produces very well. It floats high on the water, so its great for an indicator fly when fishing a double rig. Use it as an indicator for a smaller midge dry fly, or even a midge emerger. Hook: Size 14-22 dry fly good (in this case an Umpqua U002 size 18) Thread: Black 8/0 or 70 denier thread Body: 2 peacock hurl strands Hackle: Grizzly dry fly hackle Music: Sunny, funnysong, ukulele - Bensound.com