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On a warm day, a hatch of midges or blue-winged olives might come off, but beadhead nymphs are a better bet.
Bender notes that other surface patterns that can be very effective on the Swift now include size 22 Adams parachutes, blue-winged olive hackle wings, black midge parachutes, and black ant parachutes.
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.
Each afternoon, they've been beneficiaries of a steady blue-winged olive hatch tempting rising trout to eagerly hit their dry flies and emerger patterns.
Big trout are rising to the surface between Deerhorn and Bellinger to take caddis flies, March browns and blue-winged olives, he said, adding that a friend caught both summer and a winter steelhead Tuesday on the Willamette.