jalthoff

Brookies are really living art

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A most beautiful fish. I have remembrances of George River brook trout... dream of a lifetime for any fly angler.

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6 hours ago, KidDkivahh said:

If there's a more beautiful fish on the planet I'd love to see it .

Arctic char will give them a run.

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52 mins ago, CWitek said:

Arctic char will give them a run.

No doubt they can given both are closely related . I've never seen a Artic first hand even if I had I'd most likely still give the nod to the brookies . Something about them with in me I just cant help but marvel at them . 

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17 hours ago, jalthoff said:

Caught a bunch of Brookies today, but this one was by far the prettiest ....

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Agreed. Beautiful.

Thanks for sharing.

JD

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36 mins ago, KidDkivahh said:

No doubt they can given both are closely related . I've never seen a Artic first hand even if I had I'd most likely still give the nod to the brookies . Something about them with in me I just cant help but marvel at them . 

Like chosing between your kids.  They're both beautiful in their own way, and picking a favoirte is tough.

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any trout is a gift with its own special "look". brookies, rainbows, browns and others, are all gorgeous in their own way!

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They are stunning and fun to catch. This model was caught in the Eastern Sierras of California. They were introduced there over a hundred years ago and have established themselves in the higher elevation lakes and streams. This was caught at about 8,000 feet elevation.

 

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