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NATIVE BROOK TROUT

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HI

i was wondering is there native brook trout or any native trout up in 7 springs in the little creeks if so what would be best to fish with

Posted on: 2007/1/28 10:25


Re: NATIVE BROOK TROUT

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Vinny,

Many of the streams in the vicinity of 7 Springs have native brookies. Brookies will take almost any fly, but probably one of the most popular is a royal wulf in a size 14 or 16. This fly is popular because its easy for both the fish and the fisherman to see.

This is a tool I use to find promising streams to explore...
Stream sections that support natural reproduction of trout

Good luck!

Albatross

Posted on: 2007/1/28 14:40
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Re: NATIVE BROOK TROUT

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THANKS ALOT FOR THE HELP PROBLY GOIN THERE NEXT WEEK

Posted on: 2007/1/28 16:11






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