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Can you find the Brookie?
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SubmitterTheDudeMore Photos from TheDude   CategoryGeneral Fly Fishing   Last Update2009/11/6 22:30
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Can you find the brookie? Thanks to the gin-clear water, he looks to be floating. This shot was taken with a polarized filter on my camera. It works about the same as glasses.

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salvelinusfontinalis
Published: 2009/11/6 22:36  Updated: 2009/11/6 22:36
Joined: 09/09/2006
From: lancaster county
Comments: 6494
 Re: Can you find the Brookie?
Sure can
BrookieBuster101
Published: 2009/11/7 17:35  Updated: 2009/11/7 17:35
Joined: 06/27/2009
From: Pittsburgh
Comments: 705
 Re: Can you find the Brookie?
yupp!!!
TheDude
Published: 2009/11/7 19:25  Updated: 2009/11/7 19:25
Joined: 05/04/2007
From: A little-known town called Bellefonte
Comments: 248
 Re: Can you find the Brookie?
Not exactly the toughest trout to find given that it is spotlighted, but still fun!
salmo
Published: 2009/11/10 7:59  Updated: 2009/11/10 7:59
Joined: 04/24/2009
From: South Jersey
Comments: 591
 Re: Can you find the Brookie?
Found it. Did you catch it?
Salmo
TheDude
Published: 2009/11/10 8:47  Updated: 2009/11/10 8:47
Joined: 05/04/2007
From: A little-known town called Bellefonte
Comments: 248
 Re: Can you find the Brookie?
Nope, I didn't catch it. This one was showing spawning behavior. Two others kept chasing each other around to get near this one. So I laid off. I like to go out and watch them during this time of year. That's what I was doing the other day when I got the picture of the rising brown. i would never have the patience to get such a picture if I was fishing for it!
JakesLeakyWaders
Published: 2010/3/13 20:35  Updated: 2010/3/13 20:35
Joined: 10/25/2008
From: York County
Comments: 2129
 Re: Can you find the Brookie?
What kind of polarizer did you use in that pic, just wondering, it's like the water isn't even there?
TheDude
Published: 2010/3/13 20:50  Updated: 2010/3/13 20:50
Joined: 05/04/2007
From: A little-known town called Bellefonte
Comments: 248
 Re: Can you find the Brookie?
Jake, I just have a cheap circular polarizer glass filter, maybe $20. It works at certain angles...I just spin it to the sweet spot when I want to activate it. I think the key here was just the right light conditions, flat water, and probably a good angle. Just like with glasses, it's not always this good. Actually, sometimes it can ruin pictures with water, because it somehow picks up a very blue sky reflection in gentle riffles instead of the natural white reflection. It then looks bizarre and the shot is trash.





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