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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueRaiderFan View Post
    Most impressive, David. I've had rises from fish near this size, but can never seal the deal.
    That fish was an accident believe it or not. It was obviously a run up stocker but still fun to catch!
    "Then He said to them, 'Follow Me, and I will make you fishers of men.'" Matthew 4:19

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    My favorites from over the years.





    probably not the biggest, but my most memorable rainbow. This pict was about 1999. A fun day of wading the little horseshoe on Abrams with my buddy Grampus one of the best fishermen I know. That river was a dry fly purist dream back then.



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    Gary, nice fish. But that brookie! That thing is huge!

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    I don't have a pic......but, my first and largest SMP trout was a 15 inch brown caught not far upstream for smokemont campground some 15 years ago..........what a day.......... I have had a couple of larger fish to rise, but never hooked and brought to hand........most of my fish are similar to the previous posts of the smaller fish.......but I enjoyed each and every one!!!!!!!
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    Default small but fun

    I've only fished the park a handful of times, and never landed anything big, but my favorite day in the park included this brookie:

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Knapp View Post
    That fish was an accident believe it or not. It was obviously a run up stocker but still fun to catch!

    Still counts!


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    I was so happy when I caught this brookie this June in Cosby Creek.

    When I got back to our campsite I told my wife "OK we can go home now"
    It was our first morning there

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    I know the feeling Muskrat. I never in all my wildest dreams think that I would get so much enjoyment, and be this obsessed with 5" fish. My g/f tells me that she had goldfish bigger than what I catch. Some people just don't get it, and thats ok. More streams for us!

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    No pics, but largest GSMNP fish.

    Brown - 15"
    Ranibow- 13.5"
    Brook - 10.5"

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