DATE DUE: March 15th, 2016
Nothing frustrates an angler more than when the BWO's are hatching and you don't have the right match. In the Southeast United States they hatch all year long it seems. Trout window shop these flies drifting down the stream with a slow rise, a long look and a tail splash. No takes. If you have an effective one, watch out, the big ones sip them every cast! Every trout in the pool wants it.
Trout where I fish are very selective on these little dries. You can never have just one variety.
They are typically size 14 to 20.
Standard dry patterns, parachutes, paraloops, floating emergers are all welcome. DRIES ONLY. No nymphs.
Tie your best BWO. I bet no two will look a like. Who will have the one fly that kills the big Browns below the hatchery on the Davidson river? I can't wait to see your flies. Don't worry if someone is tying the same style of Blue Winged Olive of pattern.
Mine will be a size 14 or 16 extended body parachute pattern.
First 12 tyers to respond.
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All standard rules blah, blah, blah............you know envelopes, postage and such apply. Please ship in a small box so the dry fly hackles are not crushed.
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