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Check out this rainbow

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This guy was about 11 inches caught on a stream that is not stocked, but is a tributary to a stocked stream. What stood out to me were the parr marks the length of the fish, the green flanks and the red lateral line. I think this fish may have been stocked as a fingerling. Thoughts?

Olive bugger BTW.

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Posted on: 2006/12/29 18:39


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bigger photo

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Posted on: 2006/12/29 18:42


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If I caught that fish I might have said it was wild....could very well be. How were its fins.

Posted on: 2006/12/29 19:27


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The fins look a little rough from what I see.

Posted on: 2006/12/29 22:31


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11"????

Your hands are HUGE!

BTW, that fish looks healthy but is a bit weird shaped. Looks like a held-over dink.

Kev

Posted on: 2006/12/29 23:03


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it could have been 9-10 inches, another pic attached.

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Posted on: 2006/12/30 1:29


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I love the way you can zoom in on this picture and really give him the once over. Cant do that at my other site.
Bobm, I've caught quite a few wild rainbows at Big Springs and Falling Springs and Trindle Springs Run. I have to admit that looks just like'em even though you dont seem to be in the right neck of the woods.

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