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NH Native Trout

Discussion in 'Fishing Forum' started by FishCR, Apr 11, 2011.

  1. FishCR

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    Went out today and caught some wild NH brookies. Lots of fun on a light fly rod.

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    Beautiful fish! I'd rather catch a 6" Brookie than a 20" Rainbow or Brown anyday.
     
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    On dries?? I love tossing dries on my 2 wt sage
     
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    The water is still pretty cold for dries. These were caught on Pheasant Tail Nymphs. I was using a big orange stimulator though and one of the more aggressive guys shot up and hit it. Unfortunately the hook was a bit too big for his little brookie mouth. I guess that's why they call it a stimulator!

    I was throwing a 3 weight, but these guys were making me want a 1 weight bamboo. That would be a great rod.
     
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    Nice!! Brookies are fun to catch.
     

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