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Discussion in 'The Duck Hunters Forum' started by Mean Gene, Aug 3, 2020.
Who says you have to go to New Zealand for big browns on the fly? How about Oregon instead?
Hoping to be somewhere there abouts in 5 weeks.
You can catch them all fall, winter and spring in or around most harbors on Lake Michigan almost at will. 30-40 fish days aren’t uncommon. Most are 2-10# but 20-30# isn’t unheard of.
We are only 1.5 hours from you gene. You need to get that house done and get down here. Browns will be going again when the water cools down. We might not catch them as big as the ones in the video, but we get quite a few in the 20" plus.
We are fans...
The Bow River Calgary Alberta, CA is awesome in September for big browns on hoppers on top. Not to mention that you will mostly likely see no one on the river on the Indian reservation section of the river during the week. Love that place.
On the bucket list!
My favorite kind of fishing is fishing for trout in the mountains, specifically brown trout. There is just something alluring about a big ol brown trout. That video gets me pumped. We're heading to the North Platte River south of Casper, Wyoming in 2 1/2 weeks. Should be a great time!
Looks like a blast. Being I don't know anything about trout, are they good to eat, or just catch and release?