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Old 05-07-2008, 09:45 PM
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Question Can you tell ??

If you fish rivers, lakes, etc. that happen to have a good
variety of fish species can you tell "by the fight" they put
up which species fish you have hooked ?

Let's say you are fishing your favorite nymph pattern & you
hook into a real good fighter do you know for sure it's a big
smallmouth, or a nice big brown trout ? Granted if the jump
it's usually a dead give away. Can you tell by the pull ?

I know my favorite smallmouth river has rock bass. The
initial hit may feel them same, but rock bass put up very
little fight.

How about you ?

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