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tom_w

Trout streams

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I am somewhat new to trout fishing. I have a question about trout streams.

Are designated trout streams the only good place to find trout? Is it worthwhile to just fish the many small feeder creeks of bigger rivers like the Cannon, etc? from satellite, I see many tree-lined creeks in SE Minnesota, but many aren't on the DNR's official trout stream maps.

Any information is appreciated. Of course I still need to figure out how to catch them.

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Lots of the creeks that aren't designated hold pretty nice populations of trout. Go exploring!! That's half the fun of it anyways. Feeder streams into the Cannon, St. Croix, and Miss R. can be loaded with brookies

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Sweet. I may try that. Do you know of any general areas to look around? I am not asking for secrets. Maybe send me pm.

I may go down by Cannon Falls because it's closest to me.

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Do a search here and look for stream info there's lots that has been posted.CannonFalls area also.

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