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Old 10-03-2017, 09:51 PM   #1
troutchaser
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Fins, feathers, and fur

F!v3 P0nds FUN! Spent 3 weekends in the F!v3 ponds wilderness hitting up 7 different ponds of which 5 held brook trout. As usual the Double W worked. Pulling in around 40-50 fish over the 3 weekends. Though I did at times abandon the live worm, and on one trip didn't use live bait at all. Instead I tried a plastic worm. Which worked phenomenally. With live worms I was catching 12"-14" females almost exclusively. Once I switched to the plastic it was on. 15"-17" males became the norm. Here's a small sample of the goods. Also got to see some typical Adirondack wildlife. Enjoy
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