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Photography: Brodin Net Frames Trout’s Beauty

Trout Beauty Brodin Net SB Photo by Mary Jo Muncy

Beautiful Rainbow Trout in a Brodin Tailwater Ghost Net (Photo by MJ Muncy)

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This beautiful trout more than filled the 20″ hoop opening of the Brodin Tailwater Ghost net. The fish was perfectly (randomly) framed by the opening of the net. Maybe Brodin would pay me for the promotional effort? 

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