Most years Kevin Feenstra will post some sort of Monster Lake-Run Brown he has guided too and this year is no different great job Kevin. Awesome fish. Make sure to follow Kevin on Instagram for more amazing images. Also click the link to see both images of this enormous Lake-Run Brown Trout.
Photo by Ed McCoy of a Michigan Brown Trout snacking on one of his new mouse patterns. Thanks for sharing the pic Ed. Nice work.
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Kean fishing in Chile this week just sent us this picture of an impressive 23″ brown trout. Kean continues to believe in the luck of the Mangled Fly Camo hat. (now in two shade of camo) Nice fish Kean and glad the camo hat gives you a little extra confidence .
I enjoy the challenge of big brown trout during the day of the summer months. This nice brown trout starts off my July just right.
Why do they wiggle, why do the squirm, why can’t they just sit still for a quick pic. It happens more than I want to admit, the jumping out of the hands brown trout during the photo session. A way that I protect the trout, is to have the net underneath the trout during the photo session. As you can notice here the trout is flying and it was saved by the net waiting underneath. We all want photo’s of the nice ones we catch, now we need to protect them when we do bring out the camera. Use this little net trick if your stuck in the boat taking photo’s.
Here is a little lesson for you to learn. You know those patterns that you fished last year that you put back in your box. Make sure to check the hook closely. As this trout taught us, after we hooked him, he made quick work of us and lost him, because the hook did not make it. This guide standby pattern had rusted out through the winter and was too weak to land a nice trout eating sulphurs.