Buzzers trout flies are a midge pupa and are so called because of the buzzing noise they make in swarms.
The buzzers will then travel to the surface of the water in a wriggling action once they are there they will wait before hatching and so quite often drop back down a few times, this is a great period for the trout to feed on buzzer flies.
Keeping the buzzer quite still then slowly retrieving then letting it stay motionless again will imitate a natural hatch.
Hook: Daiichi #10, #12
Body: Pheasant Tail
Ribbing: Organza Ribbon
Thorax: flash dubbing