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Fly fishing pics submitted by Don Ruzek
Fat bow taken in eastern Maryland.
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The Southern Appalachian Brook Trout is native to the eastern USA. This one was caught on a #14 black ant pattern with a 2wt rod.
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This is a beautiful 18" Brown Trout, just released in a classic limestone stream.
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