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SubmittertulenkotMore Photos from tulenkot   Last Update2012/8/15 10:29
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I knew he was there. He knew I was there. No catching to be had

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Posted: 2012/8/15 14:11  Updated: 2012/8/15 14:11
Joined: 2011/5/3
From: South Lebanon Township, PA
Posts: 1817
 Re: Large limestoner wild bow
Great picture. I had a similar experience with a nice Brookie (7-8") recently. It was odd he didn't bolt, as that's what most Brookies do, but he was half concealed by a boulder ledge, so maybe he thought he was safe enough. I took a picture, but it didn't come out near as well as yours.
Posted: 2012/8/16 8:06  Updated: 2012/8/16 8:06
Joined: 2010/8/24
From: Bucks County
Posts: 288
 Re: Large limestoner wild bow
In this particular creek, I have found that the largest rainbows show little concern for anglers. They ignore all your patterns and only disperse if you get way too close. This guy was over 20 inches and i was within 10 ft of him at one point.
Posted: 2012/8/16 12:48  Updated: 2012/8/16 12:48
Joined: 2006/9/9
From: lancaster county
Posts: 6282
 Re: Large limestoner wild bow
Typical of the Large Bows from that creek
Posted: 2012/8/16 15:27  Updated: 2012/8/16 15:27
Joined: 2006/10/18
From: Patterson twp, Pa (Beaver Falls)
Posts: 6388
 Re: Large limestoner wild bow
The question is then..... How did they get so large?

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