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I dying to catch my first brookie but im not sure were is a good place to find them. Can you guys help me catch my first brookie?

I'm not asking for anyones secret spot but just some helpful information that will get me a brookie! Its also important that the place is able to be fished with lures or bait as i am a flyfisherman in the works. :)
 
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Pretty much pick any stream above 6000ft on national forest land west of I-25 and you will find brookies. They won't be big but are very easy to catch
 

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I caught 3 or 4 brookies in the spillway from Skaguay, using night crawlers.
 
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Thanks for all the advice guys! im sure with this info my first brookie will not be far away!

Yeah roadkill im definantly up for it especially after seeing those post on hermit lake! all set with waders too!
 

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I've caught a lot of brookies in the stream that goes into Georgetown. All small though. I also havr caught many in RMNP.
 
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