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Old 09-13-2009, 11:54 PM
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Looks like my son and I hit some of these "Tiger Trout" hybrids at Beehive Reservoir this evening, above Wenatchee. Hadn't fished Beehive in a while. Neat fish, very aggressive on the dry flies we were using!!!
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Sure made for a fun evening of fishing!
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Pound for pound, they are a great fight! Looking good!
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Cool looking trout! Congrats!

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I just found out about a reservoir just south of the Oregon border called Knott Creek which is suppose to house tiger trout up to 30 inches. Hopefully I can make it up there this fall and get some pics.
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Nice Pics.

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yeah thats a tiger. damn beautiful
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Looks great.
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Very nice, I think Tiger trout are really pretty looking fish and I hear they put up a great fight. Can't wait to hook into one, just gotta find out where they are locally....

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there are very few spots locally for tigers here Dave unfortunately. I have heard Spooner has some but other than that it's a drive to get to them.
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Nice fish,in some european countries (Slovenia,Italy...) there are Marmorata Trout they're beautiful fish...I've only caught one so far....long ago in Switzerlandhere's what it looks like.
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