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Offline Speckles

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Amphibian
« on: May 24, 10:50PM »
LMAO! Anyone think this could pass for a spring peeper?  Tied in five minutes before out on deck to tie up at Argentia. Next one I'll take my time.
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Re: Amphibian
« Reply #1 on: May 25, 08:35AM »
That is pretty inovative and I am sure will attract attention of a brown.

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Re: Amphibian
« Reply #2 on: May 25, 09:21AM »
Wondering if anyone knows if small amphibians or reptiles(frog ,salamander , newborn snakes) are part of any trouts diet. For the most part, there aren't any that would be toxic for them that I know of around home and it would be a meaty snack if nothing else, and would be pretty common sight I would think. Since most of my fishing at home this year will be in the dead of summer I would try some patterns to fish.
« Last Edit: May 25, 09:24AM by Speckles »
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Re: Amphibian
« Reply #3 on: May 25, 03:31PM »
back in my bonking days I caught a few trout with salamanders and frogs in them, big brookies can be pretty aggressive

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Re: Amphibian
« Reply #4 on: May 25, 04:04PM »
Good to know Layton. Found em with mice but never seen frogs etc. Just figured if they were abundant in a place they would get eaten for sure. Gonna look up a few patterns to draw on before I get home. It will be terrestrial season by the time I get to it.
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