WD-40 Bead Head Midge - For this tutorial, I chose a simple pattern that even the beginner tyer can handle, the WD-40. Modifying this pattern from the original, I chose Coq de Leon fibers for the tail and wing case. The addition of this fiber adds to the durability of the pattern, plus the fibers are mottled with great coloration. This specific pattern is tied a chocolate brown, but don't be afraid to also try black, olive, grey, and anything else would be representational on your home waters. Thanks for viewing, and feel free to leave comments/questions on this YouTube page or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

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WD-40 Bead Head Midge

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For this tutorial, I chose a simple pattern that even the beginner tyer can handle, the WD-40. Modifying this pattern from the original, I chose Coq de Leon fibers for the tail and wing case. The addition of this fiber adds to the durability of the pattern, plus the fibers are mottled with great coloration. This specific pattern is tied a chocolate brown, but don't be afraid to also try black, olive, grey, and anything else would be representational on your home waters. Thanks for viewing, and feel free to leave comments/questions on this YouTube page or email me:
tcammisa@gmail.com

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