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trout ponds in kasota, near saint peter.

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i have a question about the trout stockings in kasota, or saint peter. there were three trout ponds down there that they stocked trout with, just wondering if they are still stocking the trouts there. thanks.

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Yes, they are still stocked with yearling rainbow trout.

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Happened to be in the area for the opener. I decided to swing by around 7:30 AM to see guys standing shoulder to shoulder.

I came back after lunch to find it much more fishable and caught my limit within an hour or so.

It was something to do while in the area, but I probably wont be going back. There was something odd about catching and eating 100% hatchery grown rainbows...

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my friend complains about it all the time. he thinks hatched trouts are not real trouts.

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i have a question about the trout stockings in kasota, or saint peter. there were three trout ponds down there that they stocked trout with, just wondering if they are still stocking the trouts there. thanks.

Click below it will take you to the south central forum on the St Peter Trout ponds.

http://www.fishingminnesota.com/forum/ubbthreads.php/topics/1836315/1/St_Peter_Trout_Ponds

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