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any good creeks?

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How far is "close", fly fishing or spin fishing? Or both?

Stop in at the DNR center and grab a SE MN Trout Map. You'll have more to choose from than you can fish in a season, depending on how far "close" is.

WHitewater is "close" in my definition. However it gets pounded.

Jim W

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It can depend on what you consider a "good creek". Jim's question of fly, spin, or bait, is a place to start. But also do you like quantity or quality(bunches of 12inchers or maybe one fish of a life time)? Do you want to fish water that has seen little to no pressure, and you'll not run into another angler all day. Or do you enjoy seeing others on the stream, who you can compare notes with?
You can find all of the above within 45 mins of Rochester.

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Tons of creeks close to Rochester. Trout Run near Bucksnort and Mill Creek near Chatham or Chatsfield. Root River ect. Call the DNR and ask them to send you the brochure on Access to SE MN Trout Streams.
Use the maps in conjunction with a MN Gazetter/ DeLorme Map ($20.00) at Gander and all book stores.

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