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Old 05-24-2018, 02:08 PM
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Default Flying home, searching fornative/wild trout streams near coast. (Practice C&R only)

Hey all,

I am flying home back to the Seacoast in June and was wondering if anyone could help me out finding some native bookies or wild rainbows nearest the seacoast. The last time I was fishing for trout was in West Virginia and now I caught the wild/native bug.

I only practice C&R and don't live in NH so I won't be revisiting these spots any time soon, just looking to fish a bit while I'm home for some beauties.

Will trade info for Florida.
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