Monday thru Saturday - 9am to 5pm
Sunday - 9am to 3pm
1532 Bergen Pkwy
Evergreen, CO 80439
For FASTEST PROCESSING, order by Noon MT
Store pickup available
Adult midges emerge by pulling themselves out of their pupal shuck and breaking through the surface film. As they emerge, the adult midge appears to be twice as long as the pupa because the trailing shuck is attached to the adult’s body. Close observation of emergence leads me to believe that as the adult struggles to free themselves from the pupal sheath, trout key heavily on this phase of development. Pat’s Midge was designed to imitate these midges with trailing shucks. Pat’s Midge is equally effective when it comes mimicking midges that never complete the emerging process. These ill-fated midges are known as cripples or stuck in the shuck midges.