Sandy River

Franklin - Maine

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A section of the Sandy River in Franklin County, Maine.

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  1. Details: Coastal Cutthroat Trout

    Very pretty cutthroat

    1. Chuck LaBruna 0
      Rainbow bud
    2. TennesseeTroutboy 0
      Ok I'm positive that one is a rainbow
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  2. Details: Coho Salmon with a Spinners

    No fish this day, saw probably 15 fish landed in five hours. The fish are on!

  3. Details: Steelhead Trout with a Beads!!

    My buddy and I landed some nice summers.

    1. MrPopular 0
      Congrats! You made it on the popular page on Jun 11, 2014!
    2. diggerman 0
      Very nice.
    3. 1lastkast 0
      Chee! Nice fish!
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  4. Details: Steelhead Trout with a Custom Secret Bluefox

    Another BIG chrome winter steelhead. I lost my pole and my favorite spinner today, pretty shitty. It's a long story..

    1. Isaac Carey 0
      Real @ParkerNW
    2. Isaac Carey 0
      Man that's one big steelhead I've only caught 12-26" and I believe (my phone won't let me type that word) that it's real I'm not saying ...more it's not it just LOOKS like it's frozen but i don't doubt it's
    3. ParkerNW 0
      Have you ever even caught a steelhead up here in the northwest? They get so ginormous it's unreal. This fish was only around 13 pounds but I've seen guys ...more catch 20+ pounders in the river I fish. @bassman3869
    4. ParkerNW 0
      Would you rather see another "fake looking" picture or do you want to see a picture of the meat in the freezer? @bassman3869
    5. Isaac Carey 0
      You should do it,and I think its the glare makes it look fake@ParkerNW
    6. ParkerNW 0
      Yeah this isn't fake, my dad took the fucking picture. If you want me to post another picture of it for proof just let me know. @RichardHB @pgondella @bassman3869 ...more @nickymeyer
    7. Isaac Carey 0
      I said it LOOKS fake not that it was @jokerman8029
    8. jokerman8029 0
      For sure. Thank you! Really nice steelhead man i love your posts!
    9. jokerman8029 0
      @nickymeyer @RichardHB @bassman3869 he was one hand in the gill plate. And they other underneath it. It's obviously not fake. Please don't accuse him of ...more it or other scouters of fakes unless you know
    10. Mike Ammenwerth 0
      Nice Chromer!
    11. King_Fisher 0
      Not fake guys!
    12. Lukeface 0
      Nice steely! @nickymeyer dude you're from jersey! You don't know what real steelhead even looks like. Not fake
    13. joemac2242 0
      @nickymeyer you're fake
    14. nickymeyer 0
      It is so fucking fake
    15. Isaac Carey 0
      Ya that looks way fake
    16. King_Fisher 0
      That's awesome wish u could go catch steelies but your right @RichardHB
    17. RichardHB 0
      I mean I trust that it's real because of your other pictures but it just looks fake.
    18. RichardHB 0
      That looks so fake it's not even funny
    19. TennesseeTroutboy 0
      Nice chrome!
    20. lemesnil 0
      Great steelie!
    21. jokerman8029 0
      And he strikes again! Don't know how you do it but wow nice chromer again!
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  5. Details: Steelhead Trout with a WFO Worm

    Pink worm with white tail. Used a white corkie. Drifting on bottom. Krill or Anise Pro Cure. I forgot which one. 32 inch winter steelhead. Caught sometime in January.

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