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Wild vs Stockies

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What's your comparison of the two?

I find that wild trout fight much longer and they taste much better. It is strange to realize that something that eats bugs taste much better than hand fed.

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I don't know why anyone with the exception of kids fish stock trout.

Posted on: 2013/4/25 12:24


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I don't know why anyone with the exception of kids fish stock trout.


Because not all streams have wild trout.

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Whatever floats your boat lol

Posted on: 2013/4/25 12:30


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I don't know why anyone with the exception of kids fish stock trout.


Because not everyone lives close to wild trout or has the time to drive a couple hours to get to them. So if it is alright with YOU, I will continue to drive 15/20 minutes to fish stocked fish during the week after work; or walk out back from my place of employment and fish.

Posted on: 2013/4/25 12:50


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Whatever floats your boat lol



You asked a question & I answered...so what's the problem with my answer?

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As long as I can hold on to my youth, I will fish stocked trout. "I'M JUST A BIG/OLD KID"

Posted on: 2013/4/25 12:56
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Brad theres no problem with your answer at all that's why I said whatever floats your boat. You want to fish stock trout fish stock trout I could care less. Everyone can fish for whatever they want I think theres no challenge in fishing for a stocked trout.

Posted on: 2013/4/25 13:05


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You want to fish stock trout fish stock trout I could care less.


Then why did you bother to comment on this thread in the first place?


Oh, that's right....it's the internets.

Posted on: 2013/4/25 13:13


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It's fun to see your answers it's like comedy

Posted on: 2013/4/25 13:15


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There is a place for both wild and stocked trout.

They are just different places.

We've been over this topic a time or two in the past.

At this point it's not even beating a dead horse, it's beating a spot on the ground where maybe a few horse hairs and bleached bones can still be found.

Posted on: 2013/4/25 13:21


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Brad theres no problem with your answer at all that's why I said whatever floats your boat. You want to fish stock trout fish stock trout I could care less. Everyone can fish for whatever they want I think theres no challenge in fishing for a stocked trout.



You better be careful of getting your nose so high up in the air where it might end up!

Posted on: 2013/4/25 13:27
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Being an unfortunate fly fisher for stockies, these are the kind of stockies close to home that I waste my time on. Good thing they are unchallenging too.


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were you using corn? lol

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Brad thanks for info have fun fishing stock trout

Posted on: 2013/4/25 13:33



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