The Buzzer nymph came into the fly fishing scene in the 1920's and then had a resurgence again in the 1960's. Buzzer fishing is a still water practise developed in English impoundments. The early part of the Buzzers life begins in the muddy lake bottom were they are called a Blood Worm. They are also present in silt laden rivers. Flighted midge over water signals there will be Buzzers in the water column. We would traditionally suspend the Buzzer under a midge ball (Goulburn Griffiths).