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Pop Quiz: From which Cumberland Valley stream do these fish live? Caught 10/19/2013
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Pop Quiz: From which Cumberland Valley stream do these fish live? Caught 10/19/2013

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Fishidiot
Published: 2013/10/22 12:58  Updated: 2013/10/22 12:58
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Joined: 09/09/2006
From: Gettysburg
Comments: 9179
 Re: Pop Quiz: From which Cumberland Valley stream do thes...
To be perfectly honest, the browns in these pics could come from any stream in the CV with wild trout. It's unlikely they're from Big Spring these days... but there are still some wild browns there as well, including some small ones.
My apology if you wanted me to play along and take a guess which waters these individual fish are from......however, I don't personally agree that individual waters around here produce brown trout with enough unique variation to be able to make anything more than a wild guess. Hopefully some other folks will play along.
wgmiller
Published: 2013/10/22 19:22  Updated: 2013/10/22 19:22
Joined: 08/24/2008
From: Mount Joy, PA
Comments: 2214
 Re: Pop Quiz: From which Cumberland Valley stream do thes...
I'll call Breeches on that one.
Night_Stalker
Published: 2013/10/23 9:42  Updated: 2013/10/23 9:42
Joined: 02/12/2013
From: Camp Hill, PA
Comments: 539
 Re: Pop Quiz: From which Cumberland Valley stream do thes...
All three fish are healthy examples of Hogestown Run wild fish. Yes I know the last 1/4 mile gets stocked...those fish have a physical barrier that prevents their upstream movement. Note that each have parr markings...and the one is only 4 inches long. I have seen fish in spawning activity in the past. Awesome Stream. Mostly private property.





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