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10-03-2004 09:25 AM
SDHflyfisher honestly for the midges you don't need to tie in the wings
10-01-2004 05:36 PM
flytyer Use teal flank and split it after tying it in for wings on any Adams under #18. They will look very close to those tied with grizzly hackle tips and the teal is a whole lot easier to tie in on small flies than the very small grizzly hackle tips. At any rate, the fish won't care.
09-30-2004 07:30 PM
flyjkol
First batch of 22's

I just finished tying a few size 22's flies and was able to tie some alright adams, ive been running into trouble winging them though. Been using uni-thread 8/0 it seems to be ok. Are there any tips and tricks for tying midges? On some patterns are wings even necessary?

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