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More wonderful European fishing from Arkadi de Rakoff of Club Fish World. I wouldn't mind enjoying some Tuscan sun and vino whilst chasing some beautiful brown trout this summer!
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That Brown in the photo is on of the prettiest marked Browns I have ever seen. Are the Grayling a native species or are they transplanted Arctic Grayling?
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Agree about that brown trout - amazing isnt it!
We have a separate native Grayling species here in UK/Northern Europe but I am not 100% sure if it is native in Italy or whether it was transplanted there.
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Default Re: Michaelangelo's trout - fishing in Tuscany

Paul,

This sounds like an incredible place to experience European fishing at its sunny best and the fish are beautiful. I have just a few hundred more rivers to visit here and in the next life perhaps Tuscany.

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I live in Siena now for 1.5 year. Can't wait to give a try this river...
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If I were to go there I just might never return home!
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