A few of these pockets of browns are small and others are thriving. Historically, it takes map work (Google), time, effort and a tight-lipped mentality to keep up their existence. They’re good, spooky and might shift their location continuously based mostly on high-water or runoff occasions. Bigger fish, 17 to greater than 20 inches, are territorial and might actually “personal” a chief pool or deeper pocket of a smaller movement. Amazingly, some very spectacular fish might be discovered throughout the realm of suburbia and growth.