This is a size 14 pattern and imitates an emerging Buzzer. The body is black tying thread, ribbed with silver wire. The thorax is made of orange goose biots simulating blood pumping up the body prior to hatching. A sloping back wing of grey CDC completes the fly. Due to the wing the fly is suspended in the surface film in the same position as the natural is prior to hatching. When trout are rising to hatching midges this can be a killing pattern. Cast in the area of moving fish and left to drift in the breeze, the retrieve just being enough to keep in touch with the fly. This fly is mainly a lake pattern that can be used from April to October.