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> Little brookies, and perch?
metalbuckle
Posted: Dec 15, 2020 - 10:02 pm


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Nice fish Drew, I know they are small and all, but some of us stuck in the city would love to even fish one day in a place like that and catch half of those.. LOL...

You are blessed.. I wish!!

But of course, bigger would be nicer with all the possibilities you most likely have..

Anyway those are markings of a smolt / young trout. I would say they are losing their smolt markings there, at about 8-9 inches..

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Posted: Dec 16, 2020 - 02:02 pm


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Nice fish, nice pics.......all good imo

folks have identified the bluegills already.....perch are far more leaner looking


just so you know I may not read anymore of your posts this winter cause you're killing me

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Posted: Dec 16, 2020 - 06:02 pm


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🤷‍♂️ ya win some ya lose some

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Posted: Dec 16, 2020 - 08:16 pm


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QUOTE (Drew @ Dec 15, 2020 - 06:34 pm)
Yes. I've seen small lakers, splake, and brookies all with those markings...if it's the sort of dark, vertical bars or stripes you mean. They seem to have them when they are small.

Here's one with big dreams I caught in September

Beauty,love them Cleos.

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