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User: crankbait
Comment: Bunnell Pond is a nice park for kids and adult to fish in, if properly stocked.
Date: 04/30/15 06:22 AM

User: raptor915
Comment: I bring my son to sumner brook here in middletown CT.Lots of stocked brookies and NATIVES!! We let most of the natives go to help keep their population strong!
Date: 05/10/11 08:45 AM

User: spidercrab
Comment: nothing compares to the colors of a native brook trout. they are truly a beautiful fish. i've been fortunate to have caught this species stream fishing in colorado, western pa, new hampshire as well as the stocked ones in mass. the natives tend to be on the small side and are tougher to trick than your typical hatchery raised ones.
Date: 02/22/11 01:56 AM

User: fishsnatcher
Comment: float worm down river without leader or bobber into meandering parts and get ready to fight
Date: 05/08/10 03:20 PM

User: linkmak
Comment: caught my first brookie on opening day this year... wood river RI
Date: 04/27/10 12:22 PM

User: paullyc
Comment: Caughtr my first trout this weekend in NH on the saco river crawford notch area. Loved it catching them on spinners rooster tails. glad to find a new style fishing to enjoy,but still love the bass.
Date: 08/17/09 09:21 PM

User: brettinbrookline
Comment: I have a great breeder brook running through my land and its full of these tasty snacks.I want to put a pond in nearby so I can put smaller catches into it and fatten them up. mmmmmm brook trout!
Date: 08/03/09 01:01 PM

User: troutbone
Comment: To me this is one of my favorite fish to catch as well, great tasting, favorite method is fly fishing for them on my 3WT, wish they would get a lot bigger in Idaho
Date: 03/09/09 01:51 PM

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