Posts Tagged ‘Bwo’

Parachute BWO – Blue Wing Olive Dry Fly

Parachute BWO – Blue Wing Olive Dry Fly

BWOs are a main staple on trout waters throughout the US. With the techniques in this video you can easily change size to meet local hatches or even swap out color and size to match other mayfly hatches

Simple BWO Emerger – by Petr Holecek

Simple BWO Emerger  – by Petr Holecek

A versatile and easy to tie pattern, check out the BWO emerger.

Blue Winged Olive Quill Nymph – Tightlines Production

Blue Winged Olive Quill Nymph – Tightlines Production

Matt Grobert shows how to tie a Blue Winged Olive Quill Nymph. Video by Tightlines Productions

Hatching Olive Variant- Hans Weilenmann

Hatching Olive Variant- Hans Weilenmann

Han’s varriation of the Hatching Olive. This is a great emerger, wet fly swinger, or nymph pattern during a BWO hatch.

RW40- by Rob Weiker

RW40- by Rob Weiker

The RW40 is a slight variation of the WD40. The change is subtle just add a glass bead in the front. I started tying this fly a few years ago and has been a great producer when fish are keying in on Midges and BWO’s. For Midges I stick with black and red. For BWO’s […]

Bread Line BWO emerger- by Outsmarting Fish

Bread Line BWO emerger- by Outsmarting Fish

BWO’s often hatch in big numbers and sometimes the parachute patterns don’t cut it. This pattern is easy to tie and always has a place in our boxes. This BWO emerger pattern can be tailored to match the mayfly naturals in any river. While fishing a small tailwater in Montana I came across a small […]

UV Ice Dub Beatis Nymph

UV Ice Dub Beatis Nymph

The Blue Winged Olive or BWO is one of the most important insects to the angler. CaddisFlyShop demonstrates how to tie a relatively simple nymph imitation of the Blue Winged Olive using UV Ice Dub in light olive color. Using UV Ice Dub on some patterns can make a nymph show and perform better than […]

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