By far, the largest number of fish...

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are just "nice eating size".   But below, are pictures showing just a "few" of the bigger fish caught out of Newlands - some with guides, some without.  Customarily, most of them are released back into the river, for other anglers to enjoy the catch again.  But the choice is yours.   Did you know you can release the fish and have it mounted too?

 

Lane Breeden with a 22" brown trout, caught from the bank in front of Newlands Lodge.

Jul '20

 

Dalton (left), from Florida and Cade, from Oklahoma with a nice 23" brown trout, and a great story to go with it.

Dalton was fishing from Newlands boat dock, and, as it was getting cooler in the evening, went to his lodge to get a jacket.  He left his bait and rod for Cade to keep an eye on.  Well, this big brown hit and put up a tremendous fight and Cade landed it.  That's what you call "teamwork".

 

Eric Baltz, from St Louis, with a nice rainbow and brown trout.

 

Brothers Don & Charles Spann with a Golden trout, and a Tiger trout.

 

Luke Smith with a nice brown trout.

 

Ethan and Abiegail Baltz, from Springfield MO with some very nice fish.

Jun -2020.

 

Cody Dales nice brown trout, 6-1-2020.

Rylan Austin, from Oklahoma, with a really nice Rainbow.  His dad, Ted, is helping him hold the fish.

March '20

Another successful March  trip to Newlands and the White River. All trout were released to be enjoyed by others. John Caldwell of Cape Girardeau, MO., was guided by Jonce Trimble. 

 

An early February Brown caught by John Caldwell of Cape Girardeau, MO.

A great weekend with several good Browns caught on Shad. Mark Proffer from Cape Girardeau, Mo caught these Browns...one being 26". 
He was guided by John "Hung Up Again" Caldwell.
Feb '20
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