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Re: Wild vs Stockies

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Hook Jaw,
Fishing for stocked trout is much better than "trolling" on the internet.

Posted on: 2013/4/25 13:36


Re: Wild vs Stockies

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It's real simple you wanna fish stock trout fish stock trout there's no need to send pictures of stock trout and talk about stock trout being a challenge its no challenge a 20 inch stock trout is dumber then a 2 inch native trout. Ask Joe Humprey he caught a record stock trout lol

Posted on: 2013/4/25 13:40


Re: Wild vs Stockies

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Hook_Jaw, so you are saying that if you lived far from wild trout you would not trout fish at all because they are stockies?

Talk about elitism...............

Posted on: 2013/4/25 13:46


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I probaly would fish stock trout your correct.

Posted on: 2013/4/25 13:58


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It's real simple you wanna fish stock trout fish stock trout there's no need to send pictures of stock trout and talk about stock trout being a challenge its no challenge a 20 inch stock trout is dumber then a 2 inch native trout. Ask Joe Humprey he caught a record stock trout lol


Actually you're wrong. A 2" native brook is pretty easy to catch, actually easier then most stocked trout that have been in Pine for only a couple of months. These fish can become quite selective.

Posted on: 2013/4/25 14:02
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Re: Wild vs Stockies

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It's your right to think whatever you want Brad I agree that being able to fish Penns, Spring, or Fishing Creek has jaded my vision about fishing once you fish them I don't think you even think about stock trout but living in places with not having that I guess you have to fish stock trout.

Posted on: 2013/4/25 14:08


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P.S. Hook_Jaw: Fishing stocked trout is better than fishing supermarket trout anyday. So when I have a choice - I'll catch a few for my girlfriend. Most of the time it's a "catch and release thing". The ones that are really a challenge are the Palaminos.

Posted on: 2013/4/25 14:11

Edited by PennypackFlyer on 2013/4/25 14:28:41
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Re: Wild vs Stockies

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It's your right to think whatever you want Brad I agree that being able to fish Penns, Spring, or Fishing Creek has jaded my vision about fishing once you fish them I don't think you even think about stock trout but living in places with not having that I guess you have to fish stock trout.


You also have the right to think whatever you want, but it does not make your comment correct. You also have a misconception of where I fish & what type, either stocked or wild. I also have fished all of the above. Your jaded vision might be a little clearer if you got your nose out of....

Posted on: 2013/4/25 14:13
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Re: Wild vs Stockies

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Brad theres no misconception at all I would of thought you would have fished all of the above lol penny was that a joke? sounds just like a philly comment would LETS GO PENS

Posted on: 2013/4/25 14:27

Edited by Hook_Jaw on 2013/4/25 14:48:53


Re: Wild vs Stockies

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lol Looks like i'm busted. You're just too clever for me.

Posted on: 2013/4/25 14:32
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Re: Wild vs Stockies

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penny I wish I could say its ok the flyers suck because it's baseball season but the phillies suck too along with the eagles and sixers

Posted on: 2013/4/25 14:35


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My, my, my -- what I've been missing by being out fishing till I got injured. Anyhow:
Troutbert hits it about right. Though I certainly prefer to fish for wild trout, if I lived in an area where that option was not readily available, I would enthusiastically fish for stocked trout. I think where you live will determine what type of trout you can fish for, and it really does not do anyone any good to hammer him or her for fishing for the type of trout that are available to him or her. Not everyone can afford to take big road trips with today's gas prices.

Posted on: 2013/4/25 14:49


Re: Wild vs Stockies

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I only troll the internet 8-4 then fish 4 till dark

Posted on: 2013/4/25 14:57


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I noticed that your profile does not list the Steelers!! And they are a good team.
Anyways....I'm here in Philly and there are no wild trout in my neck of the city - So my choice is between something on ice at the supermarket or something that put's up a little bit of a fight/gives me a bit of enjoyment and relieves stress. That is unless I want to drive for several hours.

"It's a shame that this fun topic turned into someone putting down other's enjoyment, sports teams, etc. for their own pleasure."

Posted on: 2013/4/25 14:57
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Re: Wild vs Stockies

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Hook_Jaw wrote:
penny I wish I could say its ok the flyers suck because it's baseball season but the phillies suck too along with the eagles and sixers


Are you like 12 years old? Wow, I have no idea how a thread about stocked versus wild trout all of a sudden brings a comment about how Philly teams suck.

I would MUCH rather fish for wild trout, but about 10 percent of the time I do fish for stocked fish. I would never criticize someone if they can only fish for stocked trout. It's still fishing.

Posted on: 2013/4/25 14:59



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