Young Finn Cameron used his dad’s Helios and a Conehead Olive Woolly Bugger to land this beauty from a wild brook-trout river in Maine. As you can see from the image below, the boy has been fishing since before he could walk, and I suspect that his name is no coincidence. (Finn’s dad, Jeremy, works with Tom Rosenbauer on the Orvis Fly Fishing Learning Center.)
10 thoughts on “Photos of the Day: Finn’s Fine, Wild Brook Trout”
What a great father & son memory! Great pictures!
Way to go. Nice looking Brookie.
Very nice brookie,they seem to like those olive buggers here in ny too,catch some more,great father,son adventure
My hope is to take my boy out when he gets old enough!
Nice job Cameron boys!!!!
I noticed Finn’s got a few inches more on his than Dad’s. Go big Finn!
Congrats Finn! That is one fine Brook Trout! I’m sure we will be seeing more fishing pics from you in the years to come.
Good looking brookie! Way to go.
Grampie & Arlene
Way to go Finn! Very nice fish!
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