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Ok, today I was fishing a small stream by my hunting/fishing cabin. I've fished it before seeing a few 8-10 inch brook trout bu

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  • Ok, today I was fishing a small stream by my hunting/fishing cabin. I've fished it before seeing a few 8-10 inch brook trout bu

    Ok, today I was fishing a small stream by my hunting/fishing cabin. I've fished it before seeing a few 8-10 inch brook trout but never catching them. But while fishing, after catching a ton of 6 inchers, I hooked into a 12 inch native brown trout. And then after catching a alot more 6 inchers, I hooked into a BIG brookie...it was 12 1/4,I'm saying big because I fish a stream that is only 6 feet wide and 3-6 feet deep. All of the fish are wild so that just adds to the pride of catching those two "monster" trout. I would like to hear any stories you might have about catching big fish out of tiny streams. Good fishing!

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    Once I was fishing a tiny stream called the Nash. I hooked into a big brookie on a crawler. I yanke and the fish jumped, hit the bank next to me, threw the hook, and jumped back in the water. I'm sure it was around 15 inches.

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