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    Default Rainbows, building the population

    My Lake by my house is closed right now, but its fun to see what I have the possibility to catch. The trout managed to get into the small outlet creek to spawn and I stuck my go pro down to take a peek. They wouldn't go into the creek if you where there, but I left and was able o catch some really cool footage.


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    Good camera placement!

    Pretty interesting to see those two partially spent hens fighting over the same ratty patch of angular crush. Didn't look like ideal spawning gravel, but they sure liked it.
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    Wow. Great stuff. It almost looked as though they didn't appreciate the camera being there. Maybe the blinking light? Thanks for posting.

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    Has it been moved if so where ??? SID

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishNphysician View Post
    ...hens fighting over the same ratty patch of angular crush. Didn't look like ideal spawning gravel, but they sure liked it.
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