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The stream next to my house has brookies and rainbows but this looks like both put together. I caught a couple of them. Could it be a hybrid?

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That's a juvenile rainbow. Those bars (parr marks) on the sides will fade as the fish grows. Nice fish, congrats.

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Nice little 'bow!

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Yup definitely a rainbow.....pretty fish. I am going to chase some brookies in the mountains this weekend myself :)

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Very colorful little rainbow.

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I am in with the rest it is definatly a rainbow !!

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Yep....

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beautiful fish. I wish i had a stream near me with trout in it.

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beautiful fish. I wish i had a stream near me with trout in it.

I wish I had a stream near me that didn't have trout in it lol. The only waters in my neck of the woods that don't have trout in them are small ponds. Off the top of my head I can think of at least 10 different species of trout that can be caught in my state.

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Thanks for all the help guys. Same stream, a little bigger fish.

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There's a hole I found which has 20 or so trout like this one sitting on the bottom at any given time. Also another hole with 100 fallfish in the 6-10" range. The stream is only 10-15 ft across, so it's neat to discover these small pockets of wildlife so close to home.

The white bait is a Berkley Honey Worm. The one above was caught with a 1" gulp minnow. Also caught some with a berkley power floating trout worm. They were biting dough too, but I tend to use the other baits since they last longer and are less messy. I've been using a dropshot on ultralight tackle.

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Thanks for all the help guys. Same stream, a little bigger fish.

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There's a hole I found which has 20 or so trout like this one sitting on the bottom at any given time. Also another hole with 100 fallfish in the 6-10" range. The stream is only 10-15 ft across, so it's neat to discover these small pockets of wildlife so close to home.

The white bait is a Berkley Honey Worm. The one above was caught with a 1" gulp minnow. Also caught some with a berkley power floating trout worm. They were biting dough too, but I tend to use the other baits since they last longer and are less messy. I've been using a dropshot on ultralight tackle.

Pretty little fish. We have some small streams around here that nobody fishes. No trout in them but lots of sunfish, channel cats, carp, with the occasional bass, crappie, or white bass. It's really fun during the summer to get away from the crowds with an ultralight and just see what you can catch.

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