Just curious... How do you identify a splace from a mackinaw? :-[jeremycallahan said:There is also splake in there too 1eye.
IMO, it looks like a splake:jeremycallahan said:I am still debating if the fish at the bottom of the pict is a laker or a splake, what do you think? The tail is deeply forked leading me to beleive its a laker. The coloration however is almost more of a splake look.
Ah.. Yes, I've seen some pics before with large brookies from CO that I couldn't quite put my finger on.. Those that I've seen...... Well, except for Slayer's gargantua brookie.. Were probably splake. Thanx for the k-nowledge.TroutFishingBear said:During late fall, you catch a splake and it looks like a huge brookie. heck even sometimes in may and june on the mesa they have looked like brookies. (the mesa doesn't have many splake anymore, and they are just began to start stocking them in island after stopping in 1990.) They look like brookies in the fall though, except they have a forked tail.