At this time we’re trying out the Satsuma Buzzer tied by Steve Cullen. If you’re on the lookout for an early season sample that may work a deal with, then have a go at tying this! Steve explains that when its vibrant and sunny, the flashy color scheme of this buzzer is what entices a chunk. Buzzers are the second stage of a midge’s improvement from larva to fly and may be discovered slightly below the floor of the water. That is the place some fly anglers mistake the buzzer for a stripping sample, when the very best factor you are able to do is fish them virtually static, permitting them to float with the wind. Alternatively, you possibly can fish them extremely sluggish, with a lot pauses to assist them pop up and down slightly below the floor.

All the supplies wanted to tie this fly can be found from Glasgow Angling Centre as listed beneath, however as at all times, for those who want any assist discovering supplies or substitutes then we’ll be completely happy to assist. Time to tie the Satsuma Buzzer, with the steerage of Steve Cullen.

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