Blue line kind of day

CATCHDAWG

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I sure enjoyed the solitude and caught plenty of little wild bows.
 

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I don’t think any trout is prettier than a wild brook , they all taste about the same to me grilled over a fire , been a long time since I chased them, would break my neck trying now
 

CATCHDAWG

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I don’t think any trout is prettier than a wild brook , they all taste about the same to me grilled over a fire , been a long time since I chased them, would break my neck trying now
I agree! This particular stream only has Rainbow’s as pictured, I have plans to fish for Specks within the next month or so on a different stream. Hopefully I can make that happen!
 

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