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Ebor trout

Postby dags910 » Tue Jun 02, 2015 4:18 am

headed out to ebor on the weekend for a last trout session of the season
fishing started off fairly slow with my usual lure of choice a black magic 60mm bmax getting ignored
decided to try a strikepro 35mm baby archback with instant effect
managed 12 rainbow and 1 brown trout all around 23-26cm by flicking the pools
then I decided to be adventurous and head into a difficult to access stretch of creek which I have not explored
I stumbled accross a promising looking pool about 20m long with good inflow
first cast saw a glorified fingerling, next cast hit the top of the pool and was instantly hit
when I saw the fish roll new it was big, during an intense fight of hard runs and 5 foot leaps I had swear words ready to be unleashed when the fish threw the hooks
and then it was in the net... a 41cm monster of a rainbow a new pb and a beast of a fish from a small stream
thanks for reading
Dave

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PB's: BASS: 42cm, KING: 65cm, GT: 37cm, YELLA: 52cm, FLATHEAD: 62cm
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Re: Ebor trout

Postby Scizz » Thu Jun 04, 2015 3:17 am

Top report and pics Dave,thanks for sharing :thumbup:
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Re: Ebor trout

Postby Morrissey » Tue Jul 04, 2017 6:21 pm

Sciezz wrote:Top report and pics Dave,thanks for https://fitmapped.com/capsiplex-review-and-results sharing the Capsiplex :thumbup:


That's a nice trout.
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Re: Ebor trout

Postby maxi » Wed Jul 12, 2017 5:13 pm

bloody great fish mate
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