Discussion in 'Stillwater' started by flytyerboy95, Nov 13, 2007.
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its green driftboat boy, pass is always good to me. smile cause i caught another one
uncledave welcome aboard you are the pass lake king. nice to see ya on the board.
YOU GUYS SHOULD ALL BOW TO UNCLEDAVE, HE IS THE MAN WHEN IT
COMES TO PASS LAKE......OR ANY LAKE FOR THAT MATTER
Im the new sheriff in town ryan. The crown has been passed on, no pun intended.
blake is full of fishcrap
BLAKE YOU REMIND ME OF THE SHERRIFF FROM BLAZING SADDLES
Blake your friends all agree, you are a legend in your own mind
legend or not, i'll still outfish you
wow ok very off subject ??????
wow ok very off date ????
No matter what you use at that lake. If you have confidence in the fly it will work for you. It's like going to another state an asking what works here in the way of flies.
I have found out that what I used in Washington works here in Montana. You just have to go to smaller flies. But they are the same fly.
Best fishing I ever remember at Pass Lake was fishing flying ants in the fall. This was years ago but I'll bet it still happens. I recall using a red humpy the first day I was there during the "hatch" then tying some flies that were a better match. This event was localized at the far end of the lake from the launch. Has anyone else run into this. Jeff
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I'm heading over to Pass Lake on Sunday for the 1st time to float around and fish...looking forward to this one.
Recommendations on flies? Can I successfully fish a streamer with floating line this time of year or does someone have a better set-up for a March weekend?
bloodworm fished static at 8 to 10 feet.