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Florance Lake, Calif.

18" on a Spinning Rod!!

Sorry about that, I was young and foolish.

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My nicest brookie is a nice specimen caught on a Quebec North Shore river

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21" brookie, caught out of Sunrise lake back in 1990-1991. Caught it on a brown woolly Bugger in October! Have not seen or heard of one that size coming out of that lake in over 10 years, shame!
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