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A buzzer is a fishing fly that imitates the pupa or larvae of the midge. The midge is one of the most prolific flies in the world and is found in nearly all river and streams in the uk.

The buzzer trout fly these days can refer to any stage in the midges life cycle from blood worms through to emerging midges.

Buzzers are some of the most commonly used fly patterns on still waters as trout will always have access to the midge in some form all year round.

A video about the blood worm and life cycle of the midge.