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What does BWO stand for?

BWO stands for Blue-Winged Olive

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Egg-laying caddis, terrestrials, blue-winged olives are the main flies of choice right now.
A blue-winged olive hatch that comes off most afternoons from February through April provides the best opportunity for winter dry fly-fishing.
Sharpley: Olive/Black midge (pupae and adults), Blue-winged olive duns, pheasant tail spinners, CDC sedge, Yellow daddy, Hare's Ear sugar cube, Shipman's buzzers, Cat's Whisker, Grey Zonker, Brown Minkie.
Flies: Dries - black caddis, elk-hair caddis, fluttering caddis, blue dun, blue-winged olive, humpy, Adams, parachute Adams and other parachute patterns; wets or emergers - gray-hackle peacock and soft-hackle brassies with varying hackles (Hungarian partridge, grouse or gray-dyed hen) and thoraxes (peacock hurl, rabbit, beaver or muskrat); nymphs - bead-head hare's ear, muskrat nymph and any golden stonefly imitation.