It's about as simple and straight forward as they come in fly fishing, but the thread wrapped Zebra Midge is a go to pattern year after year in my fly box. Midges can hatch year round and in prolific numbers, and although they often get overlooked once the more well publicized hatches begin each spring they remain a steady part of fishes diet in many waters. I like to use them as a dropper fly off my bigger dries when it comes to fishing stonefly and hopper patterns each year. And although it is usually tied on as an afterthought, it often ends up out fishing all other flies. Keep stocked up because you never know when one of these simple little flies will save your day on the water.