Midge hatches are often frustrating for anglers because the odds of matching a single midge adult realistically and then having that fly chosen by a trout out of the millions are highly unlikely! Enter the “cluster”, a fly designed to imitate naturally occurring masses of tightly clustered adult midges. Trout smartly prefer to gulp down a cluster, so your odds improve exponentially by tying one on. Quigley’s Cluster sits in the film realistically, has just enough sparkle to gain some attention and a hi-vis wing to help pick yours out of the fray. Pro-tip…don’t hesitate to tie on a midge nymph off the back (i.e. Zebra Midge).