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leech~~

Nice colors on the Brown Jim.

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phishnerd

Here's a good one from a few weeks ago.  Biggest one I've caught in a few years. Brown1.thumb.jpg.f2fde4f8b8ebcc22f2b2a52eed3d5fec.jpg

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phishnerd

Man it's quiet in a lot of these forums.  Here's another nice brownie from this year.  Let's get some more pics going!trout2.thumb.jpg.fbc5ec1dd2f1d427bb90c9cd6e51136d.jpg

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leech~~

Everyone is out fishing and not on the internet!  Lol  Nice brown.  :)

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phishnerd

Wish I was out fishing too!  This is the closest thing for me right now but man it's way too quiet.  I use this community to fish vicariously when I'm stuck inside.  Hopefully I will get out next week.  I think I may even try some night fishing during the next full moon...:cool:

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leech~~

Kabekona does that have Trout in it?

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BIGFISH.JZ

Lakers and brookies

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leech~~
8 hours ago, BIGFISH.JZ said:

Lakers and brookies

 

Really Kabekona up by Leech. I don't see any trout listed in that lake on the DNR page? 

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BIGFISH.JZ

Doesn't mean that they aren't in there. They have stocked Lakers back in the 80s and in the 2000s. I have heard of a handful getting caught by walleye fisherman. And kabekona river contains brook trout... So they must not know they're not supposed to be in the lake because a friend of mine caught a 19" there years ago. Stupid trout can't read😕

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IceHawk

Nice fish way to go !

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ozzie

I fish Trout on WF Chain occasionally here and there...I have yet to connect with one myself but I have friends that have all landed a few trout there in the past 2 years.  I have heard of some big ones seen out there

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Rick
On 9/21/2019 at 9:17 AM, Dan Collins said:

A Bald Eagle showing off his catch of a nice Brook Trout.

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Very nice pic @Dan Collins

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poliwhirl18

That's insane. I'm amazed you were able to take a photo of it. 

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LETSgoFISHIN

Brookie from yesterday. Caught in a local river.

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    • Poutwhacker
      We bring a weather and an FM radio. Cell phone coverage is sporadic, but you can find a signal almost anywhere (but usually it originates from Canada). Bad weather can come in a hurry, so it is nice to be able to know what is coming in advance.
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      Do you know anyone who reloads? Ammo has been bought up with the civil unrest currently going on.
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    • ManBearPig
      I may not get a chance to fish Leech before this fall, but I still really liked reading your report Joe.  Thank you for posting.
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