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Thread: Your Biggest Fish of 2015?

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    Smile Your Biggest Fish of 2015?

    Great Fall fishing is just around the corner, or has already started for some people. There will be opportunities to catch big fish, and many people will definitely catch some personal bests. I sure hope I do!

    That being said, what is your best GSMNP fish from 2015 so far? Was it a bow from Abrams? A kyped brown from Little River? Or was it a backcountry spec that's from your secret stream? Sometimes a great fish is one that surprised you, or took a pattern you invented, or one that came out of water you didn't think could hold a fish!

    Pictures would be great if you aren't worried about anyone stealing your spot...

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    Wish I could contribute but I don't think I fished gsmnp in 2015

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    I'm at zero inch so far.

    I may be in the Smokys next month so there is still hope.
    To Fish or not to Fish? That's a stupid question.

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    This one right here gave me the fight of a lifetime.
    Last edited by Nolan; 09-23-2015 at 08:44 PM.

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    I haven't really caught any fish that really sticks out as being a large fish for me. In the Park or out. It's been a very average year so far, so I'll just post a picture of an average brown I caught a month or so ago.

    My posts are worthless without pictures

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    Coming out in October!! Any fish on the end of the line would be icing on the cake!!

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    My largest was a 12-inch brown taken while working with a guide in April learning to high-stick nymph better.

    I fished six days in the park all year. That's about typical for me. It's a 3.5 - 4.5 hour drive and I have some nice streams and rivers I fish here in Kentucky. Anyway, I didn't land any monsters, but I caught plenty of average sized park fish.

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    Pretty much a tie between these two.




    Wild troutin, blue linin, fly flingin, camo wearin, redneckin elitist.

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    Here's my biggest fish this year (so far) and ever in the park. I caught this guy back in June way in the backcountry. I was fishing a big stimulator in the pouring down rain. It was somewhere in between 19 and 20 inches.


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    So far 25" brown on July 3rd in a downpour. But things are looking promising for better based on what I've seen the past few weeks.

    Grampus

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