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Old 03-28-2011, 05:25 PM
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Default Hungry Brown Trout

Here is an interesting photo of a Big hungry Brown trout with a smaller trout in his mouth (from the The Mountain River Fly Shop Blog):
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Here is the blog if you want to read the full story:
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Big fish eat little fish

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Rip Tide: Yikees! Now that is a big mouth that took that bite!

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Here in Patagonia the browns are very aggressive in this picture you can see also take my fly .. When I came bringing couldnot know it was ... looked like the mouth of the Rolling Stones in water
It's easy to see how spit also pejerreyes, which are some fish that they are accustomed to hunt in these rivers.
This happens on a date with the golden fish (Dorados) they attack any other fish that is on the tip of your line .. just yesterday i was fishing a Dorados in Rio de La PLata here in Buenos Aires and all the time you can see how they attack and eat your smaller fish. I promise to send photos ...
In Corrientes - Argentina Norte (Parana River), usually the smaller gold quickly take your fly between the sticks, but when they go fight in more open water is easy to see that a 30-pound dorado attack it and break all your equipment...
In my albun may see a picture of (Corrientes - Argentina) Parana river with the famous golden fish



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Here in Patagonia the browns are very aggressive in this picture you can see also take my fly .. When I came bringing couldnot know it was ... looked like the mouth of the Rolling Stones in water
It's easy to see how spit also pejerreyes, which are some fish that they are accustomed to hunt in these rivers.
This happens on a date with the golden fish (Dorados) they attack any other fish that is on the tip of your line .. just yesterday i was fishing a Dorados in Rio de La PLata here in Buenos Aires and all the time you can see how they attack and eat your smaller fish. I promise to send photos ...
In Corrientes - Argentina Norte (Parana River), usually the smaller gold quickly take your fly between the sticks, but when they go fight in more open water is easy to see that a 30-pound dorado attack it and break all your equipment...
In my albun may see a picture of (Corrientes - Argentina) Parana river with the famous golden fish



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Martin: Great photos, thanks for sharing! I don't know much about Dorados, but it sounds like they are very aggressive!

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Simply amazing!
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Remember that old "serial fish eating" poster? I think it said: "there's no such thing as a free lunch" !!

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Martin, that is amazing! I have never caught a trout eating another trout, but once and only once I hooked a walleye and while bringing him in a pike hit the walleye and would not let go. Hit him square in the side and ruined that one for dinner, but was a cool take as I landed a pike with no hook in its mouth.
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I'm not surprised for it happend to me twiceonce with a trout which attacked a small one I had just caught on dry...and one with a black bass who swallowed a small one I had caught on dry toothe funny thing is that both fish didn't want to let go their prey....they only did it when they were close to the bank and saw me....if Ard was here he would say it's not surprising at all
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It's amazing that they can eat fish that big! I've caught a lot of bass with small bluegil or crawdads in their mouth.

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