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benbosh

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I was wondering if anybody has any tips or what rivers are good for trout along the north shore. I will be going in 2 weeks and staying around grand marais. any good rivers or streams would at least be helpful.

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Try in the duluth forum. Should get some responses there

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Take your pick, almost if not all of the streams up there hold some trout. Do you want size, variety, or scenery. My favorite is the Beaver, tiny fish but you cant beat the scenery with all the big boulders and small pools of water, that river just seems to go up, up and up some more. Pretty cool. There are some nice ones in there too. You would be suprised at how little water will hole those tiny trout, I love it. Otherwise get off the beaten path for bigger trout the upper stretches of goosberry hold some nice brookies. Good luck.

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I always liked the Pigeon river on the border.The cross is one of my favorites.But the Pigeon cause of size of water and fish.

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I've always liked the Kadunce (sp). There are some goofy regs on that little river but I always seem to get into something. If you try it be sure to check the regs.

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