I went to a local stream today to pursue it's resident brookies. I've never caught more than one per visit, but this time I had much better luck. I fooled 3 (pics of 2 are below) and had a few other strikes using a Better's Usual and a Gartside Sparrow. It's actually a beautiful little stream, with a cobbled stream bed and some nice pools. The thing that I just can't figure out is whether the larger brookies residing in this stream are wild or stocked. Their coloration is rich, their bodies are thick and their fins are in very good shape. Unlike other wild fish that I've caught these are large (~10 inches), which is why I'm not sure of their origin. Either way, the brookies in this stream are beautiful and fun to pursue.