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Early Christmas Present
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SubmitterFYflyMore Photos from FYfly   Last Update2013/12/24 10:38
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Got out to do some streamer fishing on Sunday the 22nd and landed this nice brown on Spring Creek. Didn't tape him but I'd say 20-21"

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Night_Stalker
Posted: 2013/12/24 11:02  Updated: 2013/12/24 11:02
Joined: 2013/2/12
From: Camp Hill, PA
Posts: 465
 Re: Early Christmas Present
Christmas Present Fish are The Best! I wish everyone on PaFlyFish that gift!
Fishidiot
Posted: 2013/12/24 16:11  Updated: 2013/12/24 16:11
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Joined: 2006/9/9
From: Gettysburg
Posts: 9008
 Re: Early Christmas Present
Very nice fish indeed. Note the dark belly, probably some post spawn coloration. Also has that typical "toothless grin" seen on a lot of Spring Creek trout.
streamerguy
Posted: 2013/12/24 22:20  Updated: 2013/12/24 22:22
Joined: 2011/5/9
From: Ohio
Posts: 1094
 Re: Early Christmas Present
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streamerguy
Posted: 2013/12/24 22:22  Updated: 2013/12/24 22:22
Joined: 2011/5/9
From: Ohio
Posts: 1094
 Re: Early Christmas Present
Fishidiot, it's interesting that you mention the "toothless grin." I notice this from a lot of highly pressured streams, and I see it often in pics of fish caught in some of the famous waters out west. Do you suppose it's from them being caught multiple times?? Just an observation, but I think there might be a connection there. Anyways, that's a dandy of a trout!
turkey
Posted: 2014/1/21 21:24  Updated: 2014/1/21 21:24
Joined: 2008/6/8
From: Pittsburgh
Posts: 1465
 Re: Early Christmas Present
That's the biggest Spring Ck trout I've ever seen.
Fishidiot
Posted: 2014/3/21 8:18  Updated: 2014/3/21 8:18
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Joined: 2006/9/9
From: Gettysburg
Posts: 9008
 Re: Early Christmas Present
Streamerguy,
Yes, it's hook damage. I suppose there are some fish that are born with such deformities or acquire them naturally....but I'm convinced most examples are from repeatedly being hooked. It's common in heavily fished C&R sections.





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