Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by stilly stalker, Jul 21, 2014.
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I wonder if this would work on the ford or a couple other streams in eastern Washington I see tons of these little guys so my guess is yes has any one tried it? Spot not needed.
It works at twilight on pass and cranberry lakes
Yes! as well as other bodies of water.
Love throwing rodents!
Thanks Stilly, cool vid, to short though.
Im going to try to tie a couple so I have them!! Thanks
You'd be surprised where mousing works..... #bulltrout
Largest brown or trout of any species I have caught to date was on a mouse pattern at Dry Falls.
Tube tie, very cool. Guy fishes them in daylight, upstream on the strip I see. Here it's mostly a downstream even soft swing, darker the night the better. Two sides of the same coin put into practice.. interesting
Thanks for posting
I have found that the best way to fish mice/rats is to "plunk" them down at the end of your cast and to retrieve them like a bass plug. I also color the belly (underside) of my ties with red marker. It is supposed to simulate a wounded mouse. I don't know if it helps, but I have taken some really great fish, especially browns at twilight with a mouse.
I might have to tie up a mouse or two for the Trinity river. Heading there in a few weeks and I've yet to tangle with a big brown.
When you going? I'm headed up through there to the rogue/ n Umpqua in end of August early september
Stilly - I believe you are bound by fly fishing law to hit the Trinity and Klamath if you are that far south on a fishing trip. Sept 15 is prime time.
Travis - Ten years ago one liked a 4 inch whitefish pattern with two BB split shot three or four inches above the fly, to make it drop fast in between strips..
I'm gonna try and hit as much water as I can
Mid August, so ill miss you unfortunately. I swung up an adult steelhead last September in the fly only water. That was amazing