Plop a small light weighted bugger right next it then start stripping it away really fast.
Brookies and buggers...I like it!
Having experienced the "Brookie in the beaver dam pond" trick, I would put a mini-crawler on a hook (no weight), toss it out, and the Brookie will come. Mark
Mark, that definitely sounds like the voice of experience...
If I was here at home in Florida I would grab the cast net and give it a toss. Brookie caught gauranteed. But since we have no brookies here and I love fishing for them so much I spend half my income every year traveling to the ends of the earth to try to just hook one. I would probably just sit there and watch it for a while.
Fishfreek, it must be difficult to live in Florida if you love fishing for brookies. I would really miss the mountains if I lived down there...
set a dry about 6ft ahead of that fish..Brookie on.
David it makes for a lot of traveling during the year. But for now as with most the job rules. I am working on changing that but it will take a couple more years.