Does size matter?? 4" of brown trout resting on the 3wt reel before release. Took the beadhead nymph under Royal Wulff. - GFFpix - share your best flyfishing pictures - Global FlyFisher

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Does size matter?? 4" of brown trout resting on the 3wt reel before release. Took the beadhead nymph under Royal Wulff.


Small tributary of Goulburn River, Victoria, Australia

Submitted by: Dave Cook

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Rated Rated Below average (1.5) with 19 votes.

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From: Dave Cook · djcook·at·spacelink.com.au  Link
Submitted February 3rd 2007

The "below average" rating of "2" obviously reflects the fact that no one else has ever caught & released such a small fish!



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