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11-04-2002 07:53 AM
FlyFishAR
well.....

I'd like to make a case for the Arkansas Brown trout. Of course you guys will just think I'm biased.
11-01-2002 01:17 PM
Quentin Had to add my vote for brook trout, as they are the prettiest type of trout that I've ever caught. I've seen photos of golden trout and they are definitely near the top of the list, but I didn't want to cast a vote based on a photo.

Q
10-29-2002 06:46 PM
SDHflyfisher brookies all the way
01-24-2002 09:24 AM
striblue Canadian Speckled Trout.. really brookies I think... same colors... is my recollection as a kid fishing in La Tourque ,Quebec.... But I have a feeling about Browns and those colors.
01-24-2002 08:23 AM
juro My favorite color is CHROME!
01-23-2002 10:52 PM
steeliesonafly
Brookie #1 Then Golden or Brown in Spawn

Without question the Brookie when in full color looks the best, but the Golden of California comes in a close second. Browns when in Spawn color are a beautiful fish also.

Hell they all are beautiful Where do you start? I agree when if was said earlier. The one on the end of the line is Number ONE!
12-25-2001 02:54 PM
pmflyfisher I can accept that, though I voted for rainbows. A 10 inch brookie was the first trout I caught back east and also the first trout caught on a fly. A Parmachene Belle fly in Stony Brook lower NYS. I can still remember that exciting feeling. Not many brookies here in the upper mid west. mostly browns and rainbows. Have to put brookies on my target list again. They are a pretty trout for sure.
12-25-2001 02:16 PM
ssully Terry,

I changed my vote to your favorite.

12-01-2001 05:06 PM
jared sea-run cutt
11-30-2001 09:53 AM
Lefty As a stodgey old yankee I'm glad to see the brookies are kicking ass in the poll. (I can say ass because it's all over TV now).

Lefty
11-30-2001 12:28 AM
sean nice tiger trout. never seen such a good photo of one. They are starting to stock them more and more in lakes out here in washington. Hoping to find some next spring.


-sean
11-29-2001 11:52 PM
mayflyman
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Originally posted by ssully
None of the above.

SSULLY, what kind of trout is that?
It's pretty.
11-29-2001 10:35 PM
ssully None of the above.

11-29-2001 05:55 PM
FlyMan
Best Trout?

Gees, that's a hard one to answer. The best I can say is, "The one at the end of my line!"
11-28-2001 12:10 AM
mayflyman
Best looking trout

I forgot cut throats, sorry folks.
maybe juro could add it to the choices.
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