I saw this fly tying video on Chi Wulff a few days ago and thought it was fitting for the time of year. The Griffith’s Gnat has been getting a lot of time on the water this winter/spring. We are seeing fish rise to midges during the warmest part of the day and the Griffith’s Gnat has been tricking a few of them. This is a great fly to imitate a midge cluster when trout are feeding on tiny tiny midges and it also works well this time of year when bigger midges start to hatch. If you are headed out this weekend I would be sure to have some of these patterns in your fly box, your probably going to run into some rising fish.