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Old 08-06-2013, 09:18 PM
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Default Re: What's the Deal with Native Brookies

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Good thread ... the main thrust of the replies here is consistent with what I see on my home streams here in northern VT, where the brookies aren't selective, but they are very easily spooked. They'll often take almost anything, provided they don't detect you first.
That's my experience with them in MD as well. They crush Black Gnats, provided you dont spook them approaching the pool.
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