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Kevin McKay, March 26, 2010 in Fishing Reports
Great looking salmon.
Left (me) 17" long 14" girth. Right 19" long 10" girth
What a day of brood stock fishing. We caught 18 others in 5 hours
My biggest brookie to date.
seventeen inches =)
That looks like a Kenney Bass?
Baxter Park Brookie
This was last fall. A nice 18" brookie, my biggest yet. What a fighter!!!Sorry for the bad photo, but he WAS 18 inches and I let him back to fight again another day.
This was last fall. A nice 18" brookie, my biggest yet. What a fighter!!!
Sorry for the bad photo, but he WAS 18 inches and I let him back to fight again another day.
Taking photos in a float tube is tough, but that fish looks straight out of a book "prehistoric" great looking evil brookie Russ!
this is one of the coolest fish i think I have ever caught
He thinks he's part Sockey???? Nice brownie
My Largest Brook Trout & Longest fish on a fly rod (thanks to 2 board members!), Over 19.5" & No Clipped Fins
Second Largest at over 18.5" Brook Trout. Probably very close to 19", but I couldn't get it to sit still and didn't want to harm it. (probably stocked fish from clipped fins)
Third biggest, an 18" "Buck" with a nice set of teeth
That's the Gold, Silver and Bronze Trout catches...lol.
18.5" allllmmoooossttt 19"
Hey Jayhawk - nice brookie!
Ok, Here is one from Alaska. Hopefully, I will be in Maine next year to visit!
Brookie on the Presumpscot. Nicest fish I've caught this year. Didn't have a tape measure with me so did it make it past 20" ? We'll never know.
great looking Brookie Matt.
nice fish! Must have made your day.
Heres an honorable mention.
caught durring first snow fall 2010.
Caught on a small Prince nymph
Here are a couple I caught on dry flies in the Allagash this spring. Both were just over 16-inches and all were released. My largest brook trout so far on dry flies. Pardon my photo ediquette....I like to hold the fish near my body not WAY in front me.
As reported elsewhere, I landed the following 19" bass from one of those roadside "ponds" you see all over the place. The measuring tape is sewn into the net so it's hard to tell (it's also a big net).
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