Morrish Mouse tube fly # 1 - 1/0 Natural Brown - Red tail
The Morrish Mouse, also known as Mighty Mouse is a famous mouse pattern designed by Mr. Ken Morris, owner of Fly Water Travel used primarily to fish for big rainbow, Leopard trout or other forms of trout found in the rivers of Western Alaska, but the patterns have become well known as a go-to mouse and lemming imitation and are now widely used for Brown Trouts in New Zealand, Rainbow Trout in Kamchatka, Bass in Northern America, Peacock Bass in Central America, Taimen and Pikes.
The combination of a body made of the deer hair and a back of foam makes this fly impossible to drown.
We tested the pattern tied on tube on the famous Kanetek River in 2016 and caught rainbows, leopard trouts, huge graylings, Cohos and Arctic Char.
Here our version tied on our 3.2 mm. tubing that will acomodate a large variaty of hooks – The ability to use smaller hooks make it easier to connect with bigger fish on great distance.
Build on our special hitch tube this fly will be a super-light alternative to those big rodent imitations tied on hopeless heavy long shank hooks. Will hold a variety of different short shank hooks.
We know you’re going to enjoy fishing this pattern – it will cast with ease even on medium light fly fishing gear. As many of our other wake flies it is tied on our Riffling hitch tube 3.2 millimetres –
The medium version
Equivalent to a # 1 – 1/0 fly tied on hook
The rest of the rat pack
Fish loves to eat rodents...
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Resident trout and sea trout entering the river systems – have a weakness towards frogs and other that has taken a swim. Maybe the success of big hairy fly patterns is down to the hairy-taste of mice
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Great life like flies to fish with – Easy to cast on light tackle – Thank you for some great Taimen flies
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