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bigh20rnr

St. Cloud area trout streams

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Has anyone fished the trout streams down near Luxemburg? I went today and it was pretty tough going and I couldnt find any decent pools to fish. The stream is very narrow and overgrown making it nearly impossible to get a line into the water. Anyone have any luck around here?

Rick

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Thanks for the link. It appears I was in the right area, just not in a very good spot. Will have to give it a shot again.

Rick

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I was on that same stream on 07/24 and did OK, not great but caught 2 nice brookies that are still in there.

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It definitely looked like it had potential. If you go back fishing there and want some company shoot me an e-mail crockk9@yahoo.com I grew up in Maine and spent many years fishing brookies there, but still trying to get the hang of Minnesota trout fishing. Would enjoy seeing a Minnesota veteran fishermans perspective. I practice catch and release myself.

Rick

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Vet LOL, I just started this year, but would love company, email sent.

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