Discussion in 'Saltwater' started by stewart dee, Jan 27, 2010.
Stew. where you planning on fishing? Pm me...my turn..
Summer: don't forget the sculpin patterns. They've worked really well for me.
Sweet, I will be out there on the salt after Feb 15th. I think this type of fishing could get addictive. I only have two handed rods, I think a 13' 7wt could be the hot ticket.
Let me know if you wanna head out sometime. I've been fishing down south p.sound with some good success.
Flatwings sub surface. Miyawaki time on top. Can't go wrong.
Just find something you like and fish it with confidence. Every successful angler has a different favorite, and they're all right. They catch fish because they put in the water with a consistent presentation.
Very good Don! Ain't that the truth.
Are the poppers difficult to tie? I have never tried to tie with the popper head and am somewhat clueless as to attaching it. I have the recipe in Les' book I believe.
I'm also a flat wing guy. If not flat wings subsurface then I go to a skating lance.
Larry thanks for the recipe
I am gonna tie up some FLATWING popsicle sticks
mint and creamsicle
PM me your address I will send you a couple to try out
Just a heads up to a fellow angler (although i'm sure you know about this already)..
BNSF patrols all of their land on a regular basis and will not hesistate to ticket you for walking along the tracks, so I would hate to see your morning / afternoon spoiled for doing something (searching along the water) we all do...
Other than that good luck and let us know how you do! :thumb:
Those are sweet kelvin! I will guarantee success. Very nice. I just got back from dipping a line for 2 hours, hooked up right away with a Popsicle Stick, lost a nice 15-16" just before netting it. Tide wasn't good for me. Nothing else hooked.