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i have been told and have been seeing various reports for some rivers that a fly called a 2 bead midge is being recommended. it is supposed to be a dry fly?
anyone have a picture of this character? i don't tie, so i am looking to maybe pickup a couple. never know when a midge hatch is going on when it might be the ticket.
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A 2 bead midge is just that a midge with 2 beads on it you will notice it right away. It is also a wet fly.
example:


There are others that have multiple beads like this 4 Bead Deep Sparkle Caddis Pupa pattern.
 
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