I got the chance to go to Willow Creek past Wasilla a couple of days ago and fished for fresh silvers that were holding by the mouth of Willow Creek. After Vibrax spinners failed, I began to drift roe and immediatly got my limit. My only problem however was that it was hard to tell the difference between the pesky trout that kept nibbling at the eggs and the silvers that would mouth it gently. I ended up setting the hook when I felt solid resistance, but wasted quite a few eggs in the process. Anybody want to fill me in on how to tell the difference between an actual bite and the bottom, trout, suckers ect... Thanks.