Brookie - Okanogan Co. beaver pond - 2


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    Brookie - Okanogan Co. beaver pond - 2

    Brookie - Okanogan Co. beaver pond - 2

    This is another shot of my largest brookie - about 17". It was caught at dusk on a black wooley bugger in an unnamed Okanogan County beaver pond. Though, not native and basically pests, brookies are very photogenic, especially males in spawning colors!

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    1. jackchinook

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      Date: 1-11-05
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    Zen Piscator

    Supporting wild steelhead, gravel to gravel.
    Dang, talk about a phattie, i bet that was fun.
    #1 1-12-05 12:12am


    Man, that is a fat mother. Fish like that are by far my favorite "pests".
    #2 1-12-05 5:18am


    The dumb kid
    hehe yeah. a welcome pest it is
    #3 1-12-05 4:26pm

    #4 1-13-05 1:09am


    Only 3 more years until I can think like a fish.
    Sweet brookie.
    #5 2-21-05 9:48pm


    Senore Member
    Whistle pig. Is that a legend ultra?
    #6 9-10-05 11:43pm

    Why yes it is a Legend Ultra - good eye!
    As a matter of fact, I bought that rod for 30 bucks from REI with a broken tip. Some lame-o returned it that way. Apparently, they were too lazy to send it back to St Croix for the unconditional warranty. So I spent another $15 to ship it and about 10 days later (and $45 total) I had a brand new $290 4pc 8.5' #5 in my arsenal!
    #7 9-11-05 10:45pm

    Rory McMahon
    the brookie of our dreams
    #8 5-5-06 3:10am

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