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    Can't offer any info on streams really close to San Jose, but if you're ever in the Tahoe area sagehen creek if full of them. I've also heard rumors that there are some quite large browns and rainbows, but I can't confirm or deny that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mhw View Post
    Hey fellas,

    I'm a little hesitant to ask this because I know it's a little audacious to just come out and say it, but I've got a couple of kids who LOVE to fly fish for brook trout. We had some success with that up in Oregon this past summer and I'd like to keep the momentum going. I'm in the San Jose area. Looking for a possibly alpine meadow type slough situation (but any smaller water) within a day's drive where I can take them to catch some brookies. A couple/few of miles hike not out of the question. Any advice would be appreciated. Feel free to PM.

    MW
    Just look on a map for the little blue squiggles. Above 5,000' you'll be hard pressed to find any little blue squiggle that didn't harbor pretty easy to catch fish.

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    Good title for your next book Ralph..."Little Blue Squiggles"

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    Quote Originally Posted by DLJeff View Post
    Good title for your next book Ralph..."Little Blue Squiggles"
    Hah! So many squiggles, so little time.

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