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2017 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: In search of browns...  (Read 443 times)

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Matt (racer414) took me out to one of his secret spots up in the mountains for some brown trout action past weekend. After driving on a gravel and dirt path (semi off-road) for a while, we hand launched our kayaks by climbing down a long, steep dirt trail. It was already an adventure even before we got on the water. Fishing was slower than normal (per Matt) but I did manage to land my first brown trout on a kayak.



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Hell yeah.
WTG Moo on your first brown.
Beautiful place you guys were at. Where was that again.... :smt005
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Thx for sharing Moo!
Down to 1 Hobie Revo...


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Glad you got at least one brown! I think it needs to cool off more before it really turns on
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Great video. Looks like an awesome place to fish.
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Here's a clue to another good brown spot.  :smt044
Some will know what I'm talking about. Just don't GIVE it away..

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Too hard. Need more clues.  :smt044
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Thanks for the report!
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Here's a clue to another good brown spot.  :smt044
Some will know what I'm talking about. Just don't GIVE it away..



We considered there and probably should have went lol
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Very nice video, Moo!  I smiled as you paddled and hooked up.  Good vibes!

Late Fall is the season for Brown's.  Caples Lake (Carson Pass), Edison Lake (e. of Fresno) and Lake McCloud (McCloud, Siskiyou Co.) are three lakes with nice Browns.

I fished Lewis Lake (s. Yellowstone NP, WY) in August and had non-stop Brown Trout action.  Most fish were 14-15" and one 19.5" - nice campsites and easy launch at lake. (While there, fish the mornings for easy to catch Yellowstone Lake 19-22" Cutthroats  only ~30min. from Lewis Lake).
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Pretty bows in there. I see you learned how to keep your phone...haha