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Old 11-18-2008, 06:36 PM
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Default Re: Are you fishing for Brook Trout?

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Originally Posted by sandfly View Post
Great fly for Giant Brookies in labrador, and Pike too..The brookies here are smaller..
You'd be surprised how many big Brookies there are in your Pa. streams. The fly shown is a #4 and I never used under a #6. People think the Brook Trout are all small perhaps because they usually fish to the risers or prospect with a dry fly. If you fish a feather wing like this one well around the boulders and brush / logs, there are some 11' - 14' specimens to find. Not a whole bunch but then they wouldn't be special if they were all big. Try Slate; Cedar; Hammersley Fork; and Fishing Creek in Clinton Co. for some larger ones.
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