Just got back Saturday night from a week at Three Rivers Lodge in the wilds of Labrador. Five of us caravaned almost 1,000 miles north, then took a float plane another 150 miles to the lodge on the Wood River system. Short synopsis: wild country, many black flies and mosquitoes and many LARGE brook trout.
Here is a video of my fishing buddy Randy landing a "small one" of about 2 pounds.
I probably caught the most fish on large black woolly-buggers, but also quite a few on Royal Wulff, Royal Bomber, Prince nymph, red brassie, Alder Fly dry, and Woodduck Orange streamer. I hooked and lost what was probably my biggest brook trout on a Wood Special streamer. I had been trying to catch that fish all afternoon and when I finally hooked him he swam to the surface, turned and slowly swam away and when I put pressure on him he came unbuttoned. Drat!! My last fish of the trip was caught on my Black Ghost Clouser fly, that is also deadly on LLS in ME and NH. I'll be adding a few pictures and videos over the next few days. Wow, what a trip!