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01-06-2009 08:53 AM
Chief
Re: Why do pink rat finkees work so well on trout...

Maybe it matches their row they are pinkish/orange
01-05-2009 10:45 PM
jamiehughes
Re: Why do pink rat finkees work so well on trout...

Quote:
Originally Posted by colonative
. Gonna fish the Lake John tourney this comin weekend and I'm stinkin soooo bad this year I don't know what to try. Pink rats of some sort will still be in my ammunition. Goin with Z and a couple of his buddies, I'm gonna fish it with the intent to land a decent fish.
maybe we will see you guys there, me and my buddy matt will be trying to fish it also...
01-05-2009 07:49 PM
unclejay
Re: Why do pink rat finkees work so well on trout...

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Originally Posted by thebig1
wow i'll have to let her see that one
ya maybe land sharck would have made more sence?
ya win some ya lose some
01-05-2009 07:47 PM
thebig1
Re: Why do pink rat finkees work so well on trout...

wow i'll have to let her see that one then you just might go down the hole
01-05-2009 07:47 PM
unclejay
Re: Why do pink rat finkees work so well on trout...

if your after dog fish haha
01-05-2009 07:31 PM
thebig1
Re: Why do pink rat finkees work so well on trout...

but what else do fish eat? you know what they say? the bigger the bait, the bigger the bite!



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So if I try throwing my wife down the hole.........n/m
01-05-2009 06:32 PM
unclejay
Re: Why do pink rat finkees work so well on trout...

jangs caught in work sucker

but from what I remeber him telling me is that the scuds are olive and alive when they mate a scud will keep its eggs close to its belly until they hatch the eggs are a shade of orange, when they die its like it was said befor they take on a more pink tone. thats a scud in a nut shell?

but what else do fish eat? you know what they say? the bigger the bait, the bigger the bite!


01-05-2009 08:00 AM
slayerfish
Re: Why do pink rat finkees work so well on trout...

We did almost as well last Friday on chartreuse rat finkees. Aint nothin that color down there either-
01-05-2009 01:19 AM
albow
Re: Why do pink rat finkees work so well on trout...

Well hey, it was just a WAG. Kokanee seem to have an instinct to hit pink aggressively too. I take all the pinks I can find. Some days it's bubblegum, some days hot pink. Guess we'll have to wait for Jangalang to give us the real answer.
01-05-2009 12:43 AM
Zman
Re: Why do pink rat finkees work so well on trout...

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same size and shape and action as the little critters swimming around down there.
The color isnt remotely close to anything that lives down there...I wonder what color rods/cones trout have in their eyeballs...if any...ie what they can see...they sure seem to be able to tell the difference between a size 20 black midge and a red one...just interesting that there isnt anything that color down below the ice...and scuds when they die I thought they were more orange like other shrimp...so shouldnt orange rat finkees work better?...
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