Wednesday, September 11, 2019

It's the places

If you fish small streams like myself, you’ve probably been asked by friends or family why you expend so much effort for small fish.  So why do I fish for brook trout in the small mountain brooks and woodland streams?  There isn’t only one reason but what I’ve discovered about myself this summer is how much I enjoy the places that this pursuit takes me.  Here are some pictures from another search for Adirondack brook trout.




4 comments:

  1. Everything has its season. Fishing for tiny brookies is fine but I would hate to miss the fun of catching an albie that will make a 100 yard run or a tog that will nearly yank you out of the boat. That's Fall in shoreline CT.

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    1. John - Everyone has a favorite season and a favorite pursuit for that season! Enjoy the salt, as many do, this time of year. My heart is in the mountains come fall

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  2. Mark it is the places. Most are pristine and quiet.
    The wild trout are a bonus.

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    1. Alan - I know you understand the attraction of this type of fishing and are certainly someone who appreciates all that it entails! Enjoy the fall my friend!

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