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    One of my secret stash of big browns



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    1. leaflittlefox

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      Date: 9-18-10
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    Dan Soltau
    that is a nice pet brown trout you have there! identical to the other in your gallery, nice stash!
    #1 9-18-10 5:49pm

    leaflittlefox
    that year class is 18-33 inch with a few triploid browns in that group the new guys are 12-16 and growing fast.
    #2 9-18-10 6:51pm

    Dan Soltau
    what i was saying, is that appears to be the identical fish as the other quality brown in your gallery. Chunky, he has been eating well that is for sure!
    #3 9-19-10 1:23am

    leaflittlefox
    related but not the same.
    #4 9-19-10 2:11am

    Dan Soltau
    thats crazy, they are spot for spot from head to tail and the upper/lower jaw as well as the head is identical.
    #5 9-19-10 3:42am

    k2flyfisher

    its taco time. wheres the sauce?
    lol busted.
    #6 9-19-10 7:24am

    leaflittlefox
    don't know for sure this is from a stack of older pics but if your bummin because you don't have a pond full of these beauties don't hate on me I'm doin alright regardless check upcoming ALL giant browns and Tigers alblum then you can talk some more.
    #7 9-19-10 3:04pm

    leaflittlefox
    Hey Dan check more of my "pets" in Browns and Tigers alblum and try not to choke on that envy.
    #8 9-19-10 5:30pm

    Dan Soltau
    um, ok. you have a pond full of fat, hatchery bred browns. i live in montana, where there no shortage of wild browns, much less pond tripoids as you noted earlier. saw your additional photos, it appears that the star of the show also made an appearance while there was ice on the lake. i had no intentions of getting into a pissing match here pal, just pointing out the pictures.
    #9 9-19-10 5:58pm

    leaflittlefox
    Well I'm sure this won't be your first Browny Button then big Montana. Enjoy the crouds I'll enjoy my hatchery and wild browns in peace and quite.
    #10 9-19-10 7:03pm

    Dan Soltau
    you bet, and all the rivers here are so crowded you cant even cast fly fishing poles much less catch any fish in peace and quiet. enjoy your ponds! for future reference, if anyone post pictures of browns then you can bet i will comment on them because they are my passion. also, what is a "brownie button?"
    #11 9-19-10 8:15pm

    leaflittlefox
    it's a reward they give to girl scouts. really though if you make it west check out the Methow Vally and contact me. Peace.
    #12 10-9-10 3:58pm


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