In spite of the fact that I fished this morning with Alan (aka BRK TRT) and that today is my daughter's 22nd birthday, I weaseled another trip to the same stream that we started at for a late afternoon shot at some of it's beautiful resident brookies. I convinced my wife, daughter and her boyfriend to go up to the area with our dogs for a walk in the woods, naturally while I fished. The stream was not in a cooperative mood when Alan and I showed up this morning, but my second visit proved to be much more enjoyable. At the same pool that Alan started at this morning I was able to catch one sizable brookie on a Picket Pin. I lost two fish further downstream, but caught a second when the rain started falling. I stopped at the initial pool on my way out and caught a second brookie, nice but not as big as the first. Because of the rain I didn't photograph any of the fish I caught after the first one was landed. On this trip I was using my daughter's camera and I didn't want to damage it. I have given up on the new camera that I have and am returning it to Amazon tomorrow. It's erratic at best and unable to properly meter images with sharp light/dark contrasts. Now I have to find another affordable one that doesn't drive me crazy.