Brook trout and fishing accident

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It's not easy to fish and film at the same time. :D

 
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hah....thats good....fish on, fisherman gone.....:lol: :lol: :lol:
 
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nice job anatoliy, that was funny, way to keep ahold of a fish a while losing your footing.
 
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lol. classic. Thought the guy would come out of the brush soaking wet covered in water weeds.
 
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Wow! That dude is a true fisherman.

1. He didn't get wet.
2. He hung onto the fish, and was concerned about causing it unnecessary stress.
3. He didn't break his rod while falling.
4. He caught a beautiful Brookie (and it didn't escape).

Amazing!!!

Thanks Anatoliy.
 
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If I may ask, where is this?
And also, where can I find good places to catch brooks, (They Look really cool)
 
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And also, where can I find good places to catch brooks, (They Look really cool)

In your fishing regs, look through the Willamette and Central zones for streams where "no minimum length or bag limit on brook trout" is advertised. If you want the largest brooks, I think you'll want to be in lakes/reservoirs.
 
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One place that is nice is Lake Ann. It's on the Marion Lake trail. They're are PLENTY of other places too.
 
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Haha that was great...nice big brookie...took that fall like a champion too...there goes all the other fish tho...lol
 
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