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Quebec Brook Trout Details
Name:Quebec Brook Trout
Created By:splitrailoutdoors
Details:I took a little side trip late one evening on a 2 week hunting trip for Caribou on a remote lake in Northern Quebec. I don't remember the name of the lake. We just called it Camp 9.

It was 160 miles by float plane from the base at Squaw Lake and 1200 miles north of Montreal.

I took a boat out and caught these native Brookies on a small red and white spoon. They made a great addition to supper.

Teresa wasn't along on this trip. It was a good thing too. We got stuck in camp by a big snowstorm for 3 extra days before the plane could come and get us.
Location:Northern Quebec
Trip Date:8/29/2005
# of Hotspots:1
Hotspot Details: 1. Northern Quebec Details: Hide
# of Fish Caught:6
Water Type:freshwater
Type of Fish:Brook Trout
Fish Length (Avg):7 inches
Fish Length (Max):10 inches
Fish Weight (Avg):0 lbs. 10 oz.
Fish Weight (Max):0 lbs. 14 oz.
Bait Type:Jigging Spoon
Bait Details:Red and White Spoon
Location Details:I have no Idea where on this map we were actually at.
# of Photos:1
# of Fish Caught:6
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Last review was on 07/21/13 07:39 PM by timmo

Ranking Score: [?]3.875

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Date Updated:07/16/08 11:00 PM
Date Created:06/01/08 03:00 PM

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