I'm going to try to get my wife or one of the many kids that come in and out of here to hold the shop vac under it while I'm trimming. That might just work. I know guys who put a hole in the table with a vac running up to it. I'm good at dropping little flies and when you do the hackle is extraordinarily good at bouncing them away from where they land. If I had a hole and a shop vac I do know where they'd go. Once, instead of outright vacuuming I put a fine screen over the nozzle and did a really thorough job. Amazing what I turned up for hooks, flies, beads, enough to do a swap right there.
ps...The mouse in the vise is not mine. Took a good look at it and know I used all red eyes, even on the ones not in my group picture. The other tip off is the tightness of the packed hair. Mine is much loose. I have some bugs and a couple of packed hair minnows that are so tight in packing and smoothly trimmed you could only believe it to see, and a couple of those came from board members who told me to fish them but they look too good hanging on the tying table to let a fish chew on them.