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Old 11-09-2011, 02:45 PM
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Default Re: 30 inch Brown Trout in water that barely covers its back

Nice "catch" on the name-sake JP, he was just born fishy!
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Default Re: 30 inch Brown Trout in water that barely covers its back

That's an awesome video! Quite a surprise in such a small stream!
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Default Re: 30 inch Brown Trout in water that barely covers its back

There have been quite a few 30 plus inchers seen in this river over the last few years (I hooked into one last year and lost it). I'm surprised it took this long for someone to land one of these donkeys.
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Thats incredible in that small stream!
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Thats a nice fish, Thank you for posting the video.
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