How to tie The Claret Bloodworm Buzzer by Steve Cullen

Buzzers, from early season to late they are fantastic. They are designed to imitate the emerging form of a midge fly, which happens to be a staple part of a Trout's diet! Buzzer Trout Flies start in life as a bloodworm and live in the mud usually in still waters. As they grow, the red colour fades and they swim from the mud to the surface in a wriggling action. Once they reach the surface, they wait, until ready to hatch. It's during this period, Trout will swoop in and start feeding.

All of the materials needed to tie this fly are available from Glasgow Angling Centre as listed below, but as always, if you need any help finding materials or substitutes then we'll be happy to help. Time to tie the Claret Bloodworm Buzzer, with the guidance of Steve Cullen.

Materials Used:
Resin: GULFF