Great Olive-Winged Drake
The Great Olive-Winged Drake Spinners usually fall right when it starts to get dark and
on into the night. Both sexes fall spent into the water. This can be good and bad. This is
the same time the mayflies hatch. You may not know whether to fish the Perfect Fly Great
Olive-Winged Dun or Spinner. In some cases, in the low light conditions, either one may
well work. Trial and error is the only method to use to make that decision.
You should concentrate on areas where the spinners may congregate, such as the tails
of pools or the calm eddies and edges of moving water. If you can find a feeding trout,
you should try to get into a position to present a fly to it of course. If not, present the
spinner imitation where you can best see the fly.
You may want to try fishing the spinner in the early morning before the sun rises. Large
brown trout can sometimes be found feeding on the spinners at this time.
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