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Some of the rainbows I've caught in Taneycomo could almost pass for a cutbow. They had bright markings underneath the gill plate like a cutthroat.

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i caught a few like that the last time i was down

i think it would be nice to have cutthroat and brooks in taney, i haven't ever caught either and i'd like to

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i caught a few like that the last time i was down

i think it would be nice to have cutthroat and brooks in taney, i haven't ever caught either and i'd like to

To me there is no more prettier fish than the Brookie. I would love to see them stocked unless there is some ecological reason not too.

Dano

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i can't see any ecological reason, there are rivers in arkansas that have browns, rainbows, brooks, and cutts all together and the fishing is pretty good from what i've heard

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i can't see any ecological reason, there are rivers in arkansas that have browns, rainbows, brooks, and cutts all together and the fishing is pretty good from what i've heard

Absolutely...the White and Norfork hold both...and its exciting to get an Ozarks Grand Slam..

One of each during the same fishing trip. :D:D:D:D

Dano

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i wonder if there's any way to convince mdc to start stocking them, i'd sign a petition if one got started... i'm sure tu would back it too.

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