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Old 03-15-2013, 01:21 AM
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Those are great looking dots, did they take a dry?
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Are those beastly brooks out of Henry's? Nice fish!
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Are those beastly brooks out of Henry's? Nice fish!
Henry's, yes, for the bigger ones. I suspect this year should bring some beasties!

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I have 5 brookie streams within 5-8 miles of me closest is under a mile away..
All wild too.

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That first pic is a bloody trophy!
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That first pic is a bloody trophy!
I see you are from akron, need to take a trip east and fish these brookies..

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2 hours waiting for this brookie to jump when the camera was on ! click on link.

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Kelly, those fish are monsters! Beauties as usual.

Bob, I need to head down your way, brookies have been VERY limited for me, though I'm hardly fishing water where they are available. Beautiful fish as well!
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Southeast Idaho two days ago:

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20-inches and some pounds...

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Those are some incredible brookies, I don't of anywhere here in CA. where we have any that size.
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