Just as with the midge pupae, the adult midge is of great importance to both fish and fly fisher. Especially so early and late in the season when a large hatch can bring good sized fish to the surface. J:son's imitation of an adult midge also works great to imitate a large number of other small insects that fish feed on, including micro caddis. Often fish will turn selective during a midge hatch and it's important to always keep imitations of both the pupae and the adult midge in your fly box. Remember to approach a fish with ease that is feeding on adult midges. Observe and be patient.
Please note the number at the end of the fly name is related to the size of fly and not the amount you will receive.
So for example Mayfly Nymph 3 is only one fly and not x3.