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timmeh

Fall troutin and bassin

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Spent saturday gettin some late season speck action in before the season closes. Had a great time and managed too pull in some specks in between the chubs, with a couple small rainbows and a brown to round things out. All fish were caught on barbless hooks (this really makes releasing fish much easier) and I release 100% of the trout I catch. Here are a few pics...

 

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This fish was very acrobatic in his attempt to escape

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Before heading home I decided to do a little bassin. When I found this fish they were certainly feeding, even the WGSF were putting on weight. Here are some of the bigger bass...

 

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This picture doesn't do this fish justice, it was a nice river fish, but it's hard taking pics by yourself.

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Chunky little WGSF. For reference that's a 4" tube in his mouth.

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I was hoping to catch a brown this year while bow/brookie fishing but it never happened!!! Nice fish man, tomorrow is the last day to get out and lay a slaying on the brookies :)

 

(I doubt I'll even be able to make it, have some car problems that need to be fixed)

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nice man, those are some great lookin fish

 

 

does anyone know if there are any streams that hold trout like this near hamilton? pm me?

 

thanks

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Those are some real colourful brookies with some decent size. :thumbsup_anim:

The brown and bass are pretty good as well.

Love that creek fishing for non- steelhead!

 

Great post,

ehg

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Great report and pics timmeh :thumbsup_anim:

 

Those are real beautiful brookies and some nice bass to boot :D

 

Again good job and thanks for sharing

Leechman

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