At the second brook, one that has never been kind to me, I was able to catch a young salmon. Unfortunately the picture is out of focus (I was in a slightly precarious position and didn't pay attention to where the camera was focusing). I don't know this stream well enough to say whether there are native fish present, but I have been told that there are and it is also stocked. This is a beautiful stream that in my perfect world would support a population of native fish (one can dream).
The last stream is one that I have routinely caught wild brookies in where I go upstream and small browns at another section downstream. The water was quite low today, but it didn't prevent this one brookie from attacking a Picket Pin.
Not a bad day roaming around. However, we need rain to refill these streams and cheer up their residents.