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  • March 27, 2009 at 6:08 pm #512350 Back to Top REPORT
    gcdcpakmbs
    gcdcpakmbs

    Joined: 6/28/2004

    :D Brian we got lots of them here and they are on Catch and release program only as they were the natural trout in Alberta many years ago.

    Neil[/quote:pfz7v6jd]

    I bringy my flyrod in Octubre

    March 27, 2009 at 6:13 pm #512351 Back to Top REPORT
    pa_mathews_man
    PA_MATHEWS_MAN

    Joined: 2/22/2005

    :D Brian we got lots of them here and they are on Catch and release program only as they were the natural trout in Alberta many years ago.

    Neil[/quote:14n4irdl]

    I bringy my flyrod in Octubre[/quote:14n4irdl]I’ll Bring the Beer and watch from Shore :-S :^O :^O :^O

    March 27, 2009 at 7:38 pm #512352 Back to Top REPORT

    Wolf777

    Joined: 1/17/2009
    I’ve caught quite a few bull trout in western montana. I also caught quite a few dolly’s up in Alaska last fall on my caribou trip. There is a huge argument where it is argued that a lot of people especially in northern canada are misidentifying dolly’s that are actually hybrids of true char and brook trout. Just depends on how much of a purist you are if you want to get into that argument. I really don’t care what the fish is as long as its on the end of my line.
    March 27, 2009 at 8:08 pm #512353 Back to Top REPORT
    l-o-s-t-arrow
    L.O.S.T.Arrow

    Joined: 5/16/2006
    Location: Alberta
    I’ve caught quite a few bull trout in western montana. I also caught quite a few dolly’s up in Alaska last fall on my caribou trip. There is a huge argument where it is argued that a lot of people especially in northern canada are misidentifying dolly’s that are actually hybrids of true char and brook trout. Just depends on how much of a purist you are if you want to get into that argument. I really don’t care what the fish is as long as its on the end of my line.

    Dollys or cuts here in the mountains of Alberta Are the same species as in Montana…where ther is no char or brookies in the same watershed…

    although in many waters there is brookies browns, dollys,..but there is no mistaking the dollys
    :thumbup
    neil

    March 27, 2009 at 10:23 pm #512354 Back to Top REPORT
    bonescreek
    bonescreek

    Joined: 11/25/2005
    This one may work, it’s a wet, ephemora simul-nata.
    Works well with brookies maybe char or bullheads too.

    Here’s the materials list..

    Good luck.

    March 28, 2009 at 1:01 am #512355 Back to Top REPORT
    vtmtnman
    vtmtnman

    Joined: 5/8/2008

    This one may work, it’s a wet, ephemora simul-nata.
    Works well with brookies maybe char or bullheads too.

    Here’s the materials list..

    Good luck.[/quote:1fafhpur]

    Ah the ol’ Parmachene belle….caught many a rainbow on that one.I’ve got every size tied up from 8-14.May want to try a Trout fin as well,another of my favs. ;)

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