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Old 10-17-2012, 06:30 PM
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Well, the little pond has at least seven different brookies in it, and I'm guessing closer to a dozen. Biggest fish so far, fat nine-inch female. I've caught them on wooly buggers, brown hackle peacock, prince nymphs, and a tiny red marabou jig.
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Old 10-18-2012, 06:11 AM
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Click the image to open in full size.These are a few pictures of my local river/stream that I fish,its so quiet and the wildlife is great to watch.The fish are not huge and there are salmon and sea trout around.
here is a few of the spotted beautys which adorn the river and although not huge they do give sport and its good to see them swim away.
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The brown with the visible parr marks is an especially spectacular fish. That looks like some great water Kevin, neat to have the sea-runs and salmon about too!
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One of my fall favorites, and a resident. milt
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So long until next year, little friends.
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Small stream brookie trip to the Northwoods of Wisconsin from spring

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That is one beautiful brookie, and some beautiful waters as well! I'm jealous!
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Me and the wife at Big Blue Creek, comes out of the Uncompahgre Wilderness by Lake City, CO

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Soldier Creek, no more than three feet wide anywhere I've seen, just down from Big Blue

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Coal Creek, just up Kebler Pass from Crested Butte on the way to Carbondale/Aspen area

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Nice pics and beautiful small streams...thanks to all for posting
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Default Re: Small stream Stories and Pictures;

Fished from one end to the other this weekend from the valley floor to the headwaters. The little wild brown came from a small spring creek down in Pa while the others came from lunch break up on a blueline.
This guy came from a section of creek that is supposedly notorious for skittish fish but I guess my timing was right cause there were little wolf packs of these guys competing for my Doc Spratly streamer.
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I had my girlfriend drop me off down where the public access starts and we met at a mile marker where the road comes close to the creek at a flat spot we picked. Its pretty cool having a partner in life that can read and understand a topo map cause she was right where we picked with hot coffee and food! The fishing was tough but I caught enough to to keep a smile on my face for a while. Sorry though no fish porn I don't carry anything but what I need when I hike in and a camera isn't very high on that list so she snapped a few and made her way to a trail head that would eventually intersect the creek. Life is pretty sweet sometimes, Robert Hunter wrote "believe it if you need if you don't just pass it on" how true!
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