Epoxy Buzzers


The Epoxy Buzzer is an imitation of the larval stage of the Chironomid (bloodworm) midge or buzzer. Bloodworms spend the majority of their time in a silty tube and then squirm to the surface when they are ready to become adults. Buzzer patterns were created sometime before the Pheasant Tail but they haven't gained the same popularity. In the 1920's, Dr. Howard Bell developed some extremely productive slim buzzers as a midge pupa imitation for fishing on Blagdon water in Central England. Tied by Orvis Fly Tyer of the Year, Dave Hise. Please allow 2 weeks for delivery.

Colors: Haemoglobin Epoxy Buzzer, Black Ribbed Epoxy Buzzer, Blue Ribbed Epoxy Buzzer, Red Ribbed Epoxy Buzzer, Brown Ribbed Epoxy Buzzer, Okey Dokey Epoxy Buzzer (pictured in this order).
Sizes: 14, 16, and 18.

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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 15 July, 2009.