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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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Nice trout. My buddy is also heading up to Nip in a few weeks. In the mean time he won't stop filling my ears with years of memories (and big brookies). I'll make it up there sometime in the next decade!

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Nice fish!!! Nipigon has always been on my to do list. Around here our brookies run around 10" to 12" on a good day and they fight like crazy. Can't imagine the fight in one that size.

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That day we had a double header 22 and 23 inchers and that doesn't happen too often. So far this year I have put 25 brookies in the boat that were 4 to 7 lbs. the average size is about 2lbs. If you ever come up here I recommend hiring a guide to increase your chances of getting one 5lbs plus.

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Hardcorefishing Can a person keep any of those fish? I have the collected trout prints of minnesota. I have been thinking of catch a trophy to match each species. Brook, Brown, and Rainbow trout hoping all would come from a river.

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When fishing on Lake Nipigon, the Nipigon River, Lake Superior you are allowed to keep one fish but it has to be 22 inches or bigger. On monday my guys that I was guiding missed one at the boat 7-9 lbs. We were almost in tears.

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