Hey, DP, I have managed to find a few brookie spots that don't require a genuine Death March to get to! But I made the mistake of trying my hand at fishing for smallmouth bass a couple of months ago and I think I've developed a new addiction. I've been chasing the bronzebacks almost exclusively this summer. But I may get with you in a couple of weeks (once it cools off a little bit) to check your recommendations against what I've been compiling. Looks like a couple of brookie creeks have been getting visited pretty regularly this summer, but there are a few I want to check out this fall. Be looking for an email soon.
Fly fishing - it's cheaper than a bass boat!
Great report! Those are some awesome looking bookies and it looks like a great time.
Great pictures and report! Thanks for sharing!
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Great pictures and story to go along with them. I really enjoyed that!
Post of the year nomination....
Great report, story line, and photos. Fantastic!
Out of curiosity, what camera are you using? I am needing to find a new P&S for my adventures, I am getting tired of lugging my 5lb DSLR up the trails with me.
As for my camera, I am using an old Olympus Stylus tough camera. I shoot most of my fish pics in macro, which helps capture more detail. I have a big problem doing that though, and some of you real photographers might be able to help. If the flash is on in macro, the picture doesn't turn out well as the glare of the fish reflects the flash. If you turn flash off, it is extremely hard to get a non-blurry image. Luckily I manage a good one or two out of the 10 or so I take.