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Old 12-09-2010, 08:10 AM
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Default Re: Big vs Small

Size of the fish isn't that important to me; one of my best days fishing this year came on a small stream I have been meaning to explore for a very long time. My biggest Brookie was probably all of 10 inches, but he was born and grew up in that little piece of Heaven; he's still there and growing. I caught a lot of fish that day, but the best part was the trip back to my trout fishing roots.

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