Discussion in 'Stillwater' started by ak_powder_monkey, Oct 24, 2009.
Yea or Nay?
I don't see why not. Its gonna be cold, but thats a relative term. Since your from AK it might be down right tropical if you hit the weather right.
Any advice on what to tie? I bet Washintonian lake fish eat way different stuff than Alaskan lake fish... Ours eat wooly buggers, and anything that looks like a leach or dragonfly
if your in a float tube in late november (like me) your gonna want to keep moving. slowly and deeply drag a mini leech behind you with the occasional twitch. hopefully others will chime in with more and better patterns for you.
I was thinking stuff like white ghosts might be good? Aren't there a lot of minnow eating browns?
Let us know your plans, there might be a few others that would like to make the trip.
I've had success with larger white streamers. White with a little red and/or silver. Like Scott said, let us know when you'll be there.
done well with the white sparkle at night! hits em hard!!! move slooowww!
Never been skunked. Olive wooley bugger is always good
I agree was there Thursday and got two nice fish on a three inch kiwi muddler very similar to a
a week from wed. its on!
So, "Pass for Thanksgiving" is actually on Wednesday? Please confirm.
yup, can't skip out on the family nice enough to fly me down on thankgiving day can I?
Wanted to chime in with a pattern I like to use at Pass and have had good luck with:
I do this with an olive body and tail and orange grizzly hackle.