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I headed upstream and eventually went under the Quick Way bridge where I took one seven-inch wild brown and a 14-inch wild brown on #18 blue-winged olive. Above was a long pool where the sun cast a shadow over the pool, making it easier to scout the fish.
That being said, skilled fly-anglers have success fishing blue-winged olive emerger patterns in the Camp Sherman area throughout the winter.
The main event on the Green is the afternoon Blue-winged Olive hatch.
Blue-winged olive hatches also provide the first early-spring action on the main stem Willamette and lower McKenzie.
Blue-winged Olives begin hatching in late March and continue until the Pale Morning Duns begin in late May, then return again in the fall.
In mid-June, they'll be back for another weekend on the Farmington, where sulphurs and blue-winged olives should be hatching abundantly.
On a warm day, a hatch of midges or blue-winged olives might come off, but beadhead nymphs are a better bet.
Also showing in the afternoons are blue-winged olives and these can be imitated with small F-style dun patterns or, later in the day, a spinner fished flat in the surface film.
Some important early-season mayflies include Hendricksons, March Browns, and Blue-winged Olives. Several caddis species are also present.
High above the creek, mayflies that anglers call blue-winged olives and pale morning duns bob up and down in the still air; fluttering down along the banks are sulfur-tinted golden stone flies.
Blue-winged olives should be effective for trout on the McKenzie River.
In Pennsylvania, the First Four begins with the appearance of the Blue-winged Olives (Baetis tricaudatus), which emerge around the middle of March.