“Trout are less hesitant to eat chironomid patterns below the surface before the insects emerge as midges, and a wide variety of chironomid nymphs – preferably with beadheads – will get the job done nicely.
Chironomid nymphs make up the bulk of the fishing,
Just a note, there is no such thing as a chironomid nymph. There's larva, pupa and adult. I assume this is meant to say pupa. That aside, frankly, I'm not sure what the first piece of advice even means.