Re: What's your favorite midge dryfly patterns?
That is a very good technique but I had something else in mind. You are on the right track, though. It is definitely going to take motion from the angler as well as good motion from the fly. I've got some interesting things in development. I'm thinking more in the 20-26 size range for the majority of the midges we have here in East Tennessee. Have you ever seen one of these things swim? They don't look like soft hackles.