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Old 10-08-2012, 05:34 PM
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Wow, thanks guys! I tried my best to encapsulate a dominant male with the light/glowing forehead that they get when they're guarding their redd.

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This was our yearly hike into the Ruby Mountains in Elko Nevada. It was well worth the 5 mile hike in. Look forward to next year!

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not much is prettier than a fall brookie!
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Took advantage of a mild mid atlantic December Sunday to chase some eastern brookies....

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got to love brookies .....Great pictures!!
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I live in a region with the world's highest population of brook trout. There are no bass, no crappie, no sunfish, no perch, just brook trout. Only a few bodies of water contain minnows so the brook trout only eat insects and the odd little animals that fall in the water.

I catch and eat a lot of brook trout and I can say that the differences in taste are as varied as the differences in colour. There is even a lake where I fish for big brookies but I never take any home. They taste too swampy. The swampy taste started about 20 years ago when the beavers suddenly increased the water level by about 12 inches.

On the whole, brook trout taste great. I prefer the smaller ones (6 to 10 inches). Brook trout over 15 inches long are don't taste as good. That's ok with me because they put up a great fight and are the best spawners so they deserve to stay alive.

Most of the lakes and streams in my region are underfished. Removing more small trout from these waters would improve the quality.
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dipablo, this one appears to be a Tiger Trout hybrid, but a beautiful fish nonetheless.

Here are a few of mine from the past:

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these lok like the ones on my mothers farm .

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in the stream on her farm that is.
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