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Old 06-19-2013, 09:42 PM
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Default Tiny Creek Brookies

I tried fishing at a tiny creek for brookies, about 2 feet wide and maybe 2 feet deep in some areas, and there's a lot of tall grass around it. I only had 1 look, but no bites. The problems I was having was the fish were really spooky when I would approach, I could only approach from the side areas because of DNR workers in the creek, and when I did get a good approach, they'd see my fly line and get out of there. Are brook trout usually that spooky? Should I make upstream casts with a longer tippet? Any help is helpful. this is a little tough, but I'm determined
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