Post by cvllebanger on Sept 20, 2018 21:42:48 GMT -5
I stopped by the Brandywine in Coatesville before running up to Chambers today. I ran into a guy who fishes it often and he told me there is at least 3 huge Palomino's left over from the kids rodeo in the spring. Considering I caught a very nice rainbow a week before the rodeo this year I would say trout can definitely survive the summer there. Test your skills and try to catch a almost wild Palomino and post here. Oh I caught about 6 small bluegill before leaving
Post by cvllebanger on Sept 21, 2018 16:45:55 GMT -5
I only said wild cuz it's been in the wild since spring. Think about it how many Palominos have been in the water this long that have been caught. They get shy after 2 days in the wild. We talking 4 months in the creek. I didn't literally mean wild cuz I know they are a man made hybrid.
Post by cvllebanger on Sept 22, 2018 10:15:10 GMT -5
Besides eagles what else would Target a trout in these parts? I was told they at least 18in long. And just imagine the fight they would put up now. I know that rainbow gave me a OMG what did I just hook thought and it was only like 15in.
Post by cvllebanger on Sept 23, 2018 20:29:56 GMT -5
Out of all the predators mentioned I would guess coon and maybe fox. The part of the stream where they at gets walked by people so most wild animals don't hang around. I have never seen the other predators mentioned close to that area