The Way of Winter

Midges have a bad rap. It’s hard to get excited about a fly so small that the pattern is often just thread and a few turns of wire. Additionally, it doesn't help that for many anglers, fly fishing is nothing more than lobbing midge larva imitations under a bobber in tandem with a squirmy wormy, mop...

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