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Old 06-19-12, 09:19 PM   #1
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Default Bunches Creek in Cherokee NC

Just got back from camping onthe river for a week. Caught lots of trout. Released a lot of trout. Ate a lot of trout.
When I Eat trout, I like to see what the trout eat as well.
I find it interesting to see what is on the current menue.
I found:grass hoppers, crayfish, corn, trout worms, power bait and the usual goo of underwater creatures.

The worm had been in there for some time. I wonder if corn and plastic lures eventually pass thru.

Anyway, now i can better "Match the Hatch"
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Old 06-19-12, 10:30 PM   #2
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Nothing to see here. Everyone please move along.
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Old 06-20-12, 12:13 AM   #3
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I found Cig, filter the other day. And I was wondering the same thing if thing's like that will pass?
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Old 06-20-12, 10:03 PM   #4
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I've always heard that trout can't pass corn and it eventually kills them. Something about their gut can't break it down. That could be a tale that I was told to stop using corn for bait. Since then, it has always burned me up to see all the empty corn cans and spilled corn on the banks of streams.
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Old 06-21-12, 08:10 AM   #5
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Pennsylvania Fish & Game doesn't agree:

http://fishandboat.com/images/pages/.../corn_chum.htm

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