Published Apr 28. 2021 - 1 week ago
Updated or edited Apr 28. 2021

Mickey Foam

Elegantly and slowly sipping trouts are the image most flyfishers get when we speak of trouts feeding on the surface. But what we often forget is, that trouts are predators and even cannibals. Agressive takes and fish smashing big streamers and top-water flies have become velknown, and is a popular (and effective...) way to chase big trouts in even small streams. Small animals like mouse and lemmings are often on the menu for larger trouts - and in this video we once again have teamed up with Jesper Lindquist Andersen demonstrating his favorite mouse-fly for targeting trouts.

Hook: Ahrex FW570 Dry Long # 4

Thread: Grey UTC

Tail: Grey Squirrel Zonker Strip

Eyes: Easy Shrimp Eyes, Maghony Brown

Body: Grey Squirrel in a dubbing loop

Back: Grey Foam

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