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Lodge: Awesome Lake Lodge
Guide: Craig
Favorite Memory:
Having a huge Brookie come all the way out of the water with the small Brookie across his mouth. It was like a Killer Whale in a Sea World show.
Brooke Trout on the fly

I always wanted to go to Labrador to catch Brook Trout. We chose Awesome Lake as the place to go. While the lodge and food were fine the fishing was not. We did catch large Brook Trout every day, but the best way to do that was to catch a small one and bring it in slowly. The larger trout seemed to be keyed in on eating their smaller brothers. We tried all sorts of streamers and dry flies, but the big guys just seemed to want meat. The lake might have held good possibilities except the wind blew every day and made the lake practically unfishable unless we trolled. The crew we had at the lodge with us were a great group of guys, so it made the trip much better. Not exactly the fly fishing experience I was looking for. I could have stayed home and caught 10 to 14 inch Brookies at a stream only an hour away from my house. 

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