I am keeping him alive to keep him fresh. He is 15" and when I caught himm I guessed him to be 15-16" XD
Unfortunately i didnt go fishing much this year. Im saving money for a tuna rod and reel combo for a tuna trip next year i want to get into sport fishing and theres no better way in MA to do that than with a nice huge tuna. Nice sunnies in all those pics. I would love to be there right now with my fly rod trying to get some nice trout as well
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I could only catch them on worms, crayfish, and minnows in Missouri. And they didn't have that extreme shyness that they are known for. Of course, there they are stocked in a busy tubing river and don't reproduce. Are the farm raised ones always that different from the ones that are bred naturally in the wild?The trout they stocked In NJ range from 14-24" and 1 1/2- 8 lds... They aren't hitting flies... mostly minnows and shiny lures.