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SubmitterFFChinesemanMore Photos from FFChineseman   Last Update2012/11/22 13:49
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wildtrout2
Posted: 2012/11/22 14:16  Updated: 2012/11/22 14:16
Joined: 2009/2/19
From: Mont Co, Pa
Posts: 1868
 Re: holiday catch
I thought the PFBC stopped stocking Tiger trout?
FFChineseman
Posted: 2012/11/22 14:32  Updated: 2012/11/22 14:32
Joined: 2009/7/21
From: Philadelphia
Posts: 131
 Re: holiday catch
My first impression is it is a wild fish. It is caught from a class A water. It made my holiday that bit nicer regardless it is wild or stocked! Happy holiday.
wildtrout2
Posted: 2012/11/22 15:12  Updated: 2012/11/22 15:12
Joined: 2009/2/19
From: Mont Co, Pa
Posts: 1868
 Re: holiday catch
I wasn't trying to discredit your accomplishment, it's a nice fish, but unfortunately I've caught stocked fish in Class A water in the past.
Swattie87
Posted: 2012/11/23 11:07  Updated: 2012/11/23 11:11
Joined: 2011/5/3
From: South Lebanon Township, PA
Posts: 1818
 Re: holiday catch
Other than its fairly large size, there's nothing in that photo that screams stocked to me. All comes down to location...don't tell us where, but if the stream has wild Brooks and Browns in it and isn't stocked (which I'd assume is the case if it's a class A), I'd call it wild too and sleep happily at night.

Very nice fish, either way. Most of us have never caught one period.
Chooch
Posted: 2012/11/23 21:52  Updated: 2012/11/23 21:52
Joined: 2011/6/16
From:
Posts: 120
 Re: holiday catch
Yeah definitely on the fence on this one. Normally, that size screams a stocker but that is a pretty clean fish. The only thing I notice is its upper jaw seems a little deformed. If it is wild, certainly a fish of a lifetime. The only wild tiger I caught was 2/3 that size.





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