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    Default Good streams to catch bows on mice at in south central

    Wondering if anyone can give me a general idea on where to fish mice patterns in south central Alaska? And a good time of season to do so. I heard early spring before salmon show up. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skybustin28 View Post
    Wondering if anyone can give me a general idea on where to fish mice patterns in south central Alaska? And a good time of season to do so. I heard early spring before salmon show up. Thanks!
    All of the streams in SC AK that have rainbows are good streams to fish mouse patterns. I've had success early in the season and all the way into August using mice. There are gaps between when different species of salmon are dropping eggs and times when there isn't much food in the water, which makes for a good time to throw on a mouse and give it a shot.
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    Campbell creek and Chester creek in anchorage



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    "If you throw it they will come". I've caught various fish species across the state on mouse patterns. Chums smacking mouse patterns on the surface in a slough, and Dolly Varden in a Kodiak Lake crushing mice were two of my favorites. The point is, no matter where you are at, throw it and they will come. I've had some stellar days on the Russian River hucking mice.
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