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Large north central freestone brookie
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SubmittertulenkotMore Photos from tulenkot   CategoryFish   Last Update2012/9/2 13:53
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Large north central freestone brookie caught from a deep hole as the sun went down. Took a sz 4 olive conehead wooly bugger.

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Published: 2012/9/2 18:34  Updated: 2012/9/2 18:34
Joined: 02/19/2009
From: Mont Co, Pa
Comments: 2148
 Re: Large north central freestone brookie
Those are some VERY nice looking natives! Congrats.
Published: 2012/9/2 18:50  Updated: 2012/9/2 18:50
Joined: 08/24/2010
From: Bucks County
Comments: 302
 Re: Large north central freestone brookie
Thanks, I figure they are just about as big as wild brookies get in a freestone. I used some tacticts I learned from another member here in hopes of catching a large night time wild brown. I caught no browns, but instead, 5 of the largest brook trout I have ever caught.
Published: 2012/9/3 14:08  Updated: 2012/9/3 14:08
Joined: 05/03/2011
From: Morgantown, PA
Comments: 2072
 Re: Large north central freestone brookie
Very nice Brookies. I'd agree on the size thing...all very large fish for a freestoner. All unquestionably wild though too. The one in this pic has to be 14"+ I think. Congrats again.

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