In the past, I have done well with a foam adult dragon fly pattern. The problem is that the wing material that I use acts like a propeller and tangles the leader after 5-6 casts. It takes a minute or so to untangle the leader before getting back to fishing. The wing material that I use is called "zwing"(Bett's zing/cello z-wing)distributed by Spirit River or Umpqua Feather. Questions are: (1) when using adult dragon or damsel fly patterns, do you have a problem with the fly spinning and tangling the leader, (2) what wing material do you use and how does it perform, (3) how about using a very small swivel for tangling problems? Thanks for the help. Every year in Sept., I fish a western Washington lake when large rainbows and cutthroat key into adult dragon flies. The trout will usually come a foot or so out of the water as the adult dragon flies mate and hove/dip down to lay their eggs into the lake. Some fish will get both the male and female when they are locked together. What a sight and mouthful it is to see that happen! I'm sure that some of you have witnessed this same spectacle. On this lake, this event happens on sunny days(70 degrees or higher)with little/no wind from the first to end of Sept. If I can quickly cover a raise, the trout will often take my fly. Otherwise, I'll let it sit for a minute or two and twitch it once in awhile with takes being a big swirl. Have others of you had similar experiences on some western Washington lake and in particular those in eastern Washington?