CDC Oiler Puff Blue Winged Olive Emerger Fly Tying Video

The Blue Winged Olive is a critical Mayfly to have in your fly arsenal. Often the most prolific hatch in nasty weather, trout key on them both surface and subsurface. The CDC Oiler puff BWO is an emerger imitation that will take the pickiest of fish in the flattest of waters. Have a few in the box if you are out on the water during the cold months ahead.

Oiler Puff BWO

CDC Oiler Puff BWO

Hook: TMC 3761 #18-20 or Daiichi 1560
Thread: 8/0 Rusty Dun Uni
Rib: Small Olive Ultra Wire
Tail: Coq De Leon Tailing fibers
Body: Cream Uni Floss with ChartPak Pale Olive Dorsal surface
Hackle/Legs/Wing Buds: CDC Oiler Puff Natural

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One Response to CDC Oiler Puff Blue Winged Olive Emerger Fly Tying Video

  1. John Pruskowski says:

    I have tied a fly similar to this and used it for years now. I am a firm believer in using emergers for most everything I do, and I rarely use dries anymore. This looks like it would be a super effective fly for the West Branch of the Delaware where I spend most of my time. Thanks for the pattern

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