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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 01-22-2018, 09:48 AM Thread Starter
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During the cold winter months, especially when it's been as cold as it has been this winter, I tend to look back to past trips to pass the time until conditions permit me to fish again. The following pictures have been on past PA photo essays, but were lost when I closed my Photobucket account. I suppose I could repost some pictures to old essays, but for now, I thought I'd include some of my favorites in this one. I hope you enjoy.


A scenic stream in the north central with deep pools, waterfalls, and incredibly clear water, October, 2004


The Pine Creek Gorge in fall, October, 2004



Mark Nale with a tiger trout, June, 2006


Waterfall and plunge pool on a freestone stream, July 2007


A short, high gradient stream with multiple waterfalls, July, 2008



My father with a 21 inch brown trout, May, 2009


Fawn along a SC freestoner, May, 2009


A NC freestone stream, October, 2009


Closeup for 21 inch brown trout, caught by Mark McKenzie, November, 2009



Vivid Red Spots on a Freestone Brown Trout, May, 2010


PA Wild Rainbow, May, 2010


Freestone pool, May, 2012


October Freestone Stream, 2012


Large Stream, May, 2013


Popular limestoner, May, 2013


A beautiful PA Freestoner, May, 2013


Brightly Colored Brook Trout, 2013


Another Brightly Colored Brookie, July, 2013


Closeup of a heavy 19 inch brown trout, September, 2014


Limestone Influenced Stream, late September, 2014


Central PA Limestoner in Fall, November, 2014


Central PA Limestoner in February, 2014
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19 inch brown trout, May, 2015 (photo by Mark McKenzie)


Tim Risser, May, 2015


21 1/2 inch wild brown caught on mountain freestone stream, June, 2015


Freestone ledge rock pool, June, 2015


Tim Risser with 17 inch wild brown, November, 2015


Fog on large limestoner, November, 2015


Turkeys, November, 2015


Early morning fog on SC stream, September, 2016


The splendor of the fall, October, 2016


Mark McKenzie with a 21 inch brown, November, 2016


22 inch brown, November, 2016 (Mark McKenzie photo)


Scenic river, May, 2015
That's all folks!
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Boy I can't wait for warmer weather that Spring offers. It's months away but I can't recall ever looking forward to trout season more than I am right now.
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Such amazing photos!

Great job capturing your experiences. What kind of camera are you shooting these with?
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Thanks for posting great pics. It would have took me all weekend to assemble that album.
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Fantastic pics....as usual. Fueling the fire...
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Fantastic pics....as usual. Fueling the fire...

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Such amazing photos!

Great job capturing your experiences. What kind of camera are you shooting these with?
TT: It's a combination of cameras. The pictures from 2004 were taken with a Kodak Zoom Digital camera, The pictures from 2006-2013 were taken with a Canon Power Shot 540, most of the rest were taken with a Nikon Coolpix AW120.

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Thanks for posting great pics. It would have took me all weekend to assemble that album.
TT: I had most of them in my Shutterfly account. I loaded some of them from my computer into Shutterfly and then posted them here.


Thanks guys. I was going to post some pictures from my trips out west but decided not to. Perhaps in another post.

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Nice.

I especially like the photo entitled "Vivid Red Spots on a Freestone Brown Trout, May 2010." That's one gorgeous brown trout. I only know of one stream where I've caught a brown trout that was colored like that. They are rare.

I also really like your "21 1/2 inch wild brown caught on a mountain freestone stream, June 2015." A wild trout that big on a mountain stream is extremely rare. That would have made my day and probably the year.

By the way, I tried to edit one of my old photo essays and I got a message that I had only 72,000 minutes after posting to edit a photo essay. That's 50 days.
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Nice.

I especially like the photo entitled "Vivid Red Spots on a Freestone Brown Trout, May 2010." That's one gorgeous brown trout. I only know of one stream where I've caught a brown trout that was colored like that. They are rare.

I also really like your "21 1/2 inch wild brown caught on a mountain freestone stream, June 2015." A wild trout that big on a mountain stream is extremely rare. That would have made my day and probably the year.

By the way, I tried to edit one of my old photo essays and I got a message that I had only 72,000 minutes after posting to edit a photo essay. That's 50 days.
Thanks very much Frank. The brown trout with the vivid red spots was 13 1/2 inches long and is one of the biggest trout I've caught in that stream.

The 21 1/2 inch brown was a big surprise. I caught it early in the morning about ten minutes after starting. It was a day maker, as you can probably see from the expression on my face in the picture. The next month, I caught a 21 inch brown from a smaller freestoner that I considered my trout of the year.



Thanks for the information on how long we have to edit a post. The posts I considered editing are way past the 50 day mark.
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Beautiful pictures, thanks so much for sharing!!! :-)
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