Jujubee Midge - Zebra

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Product Description

The Jujubee Midge - Zebra is tied with 2 colors of SuperHair, giving it a segmented and lifelike look. Fish it in the film, or deep. It will get bit!

This fly will catch even the most selective trout.

Also available in Red and in Olive.

Check out our Fly of the Week blog post about the Jujubee Midge Zebra here.

Product Reviews

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tom barnes | May 1st, 2015
This fly has caught some pigs this spring
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It's always good to carry a few of these.
Milton Reynolds | August 18th, 2013
The Jujubee is a stone killer. I usually tie this on when I see the rocks covered w/ those little skinny black midges. It’s usually like hitting a switch. I usually fish the pattern in zebra, but I’ve also had excellent luck with the chartreuse and red. I usually carry them in various sizes, as I find the fish can sometimes get size specific w/ these. I’m looking forward to trying out the UV green version of this bug.
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Big Brown
Dave H | October 1st, 2012
Caught a 22" brown on Blue River just So. of Kremmling, Colorado with this fly.
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Spring Fishing
berthoud420 (granby,CO,US) | April 25th, 2012
Was not catching anything with a nymph at the willie until I looked under a rock and saw a greyish midge. Put on the zebra and started to catch fish right away.
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Spring Fishing
berthoud420 | April 25th, 2012
This is a great fly for spring. I put one one and started catching fish right away on sections of the colorado river and other streams that run into it.