Published Sep 11. 2020 - 1 month ago
Updated or edited Sep 11. 2020

Morrish Mouse

THE fly for predatory nighttime feeders...
Mouse fishing is popular across the western US and around the world (New Zealand comes to mind). Large brown trout do a lot of feeding at night and can be fooled on mouse patterns depending on the time of year and the conditions. In places like Alaska, fish feed on mice even in the high sun. There's nothing quite like seeing a large predatory fish explode on a mouse as it's waking through the water. Tune in as Jared takes us through the steps necessary to tie the Morrish Mouse, one of the most popular mouse patterns in all of fly fishing.

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Recipe:
Gamakatsu B10S - Size 1
GSP 100 Denier Thread
Hareline Rabbit Zonker Strip
Hareline Foam - 6mm
Hareline Deer Body Hair

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