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I wander how the fishing is on this section of the river.

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Hey Lakevillin, welcome to FM!

I got the pic from a artical about trout fishing in the driftless area of the midwest. The driftless area being S.E. Minnesota, N.E. Iowa and S.W. Wisconsin.

It never said where that sign is but it makes me wander if I should be fishing a area of a stream that flows through a cow pasture.

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That's the sign on the catch and release section of Hay Creek. I've fished there amoung the bovins and never been chased. I had some fun with my son with this one.

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Great picture! Gives a whole new meaning to the species "Bull Trout"! Anyone ever been chased by bulls/cows/animals? It's happened to me twice. Once on the upper Trimbelle in Wisconsin, and another time when I lived in Gunnison, Colorado. I wasn't officially clocked, but I think both times I was close to running a "3.7"!

Haaad

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Renne,, I'll have to take you there when you come down for Trout days. Naw, we have better places to fish, with plenty of snort'n bovine for ya to meet, (without any fair warning signs) smile.gif

Remember the herd we all ran into in the middle of Forestville? They are everywhere.

I've never been chased, wait.. I take that back, I've had a couple dogs push me retreating into the water, a stand off with a rabid coon, and a couple nasty run ins with swarms of hungry deer flies. Its surprising how fast I can move when I have motivation.lol

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I've never been chased by a bull, but...me and my dad were fishin the Kinne about 8 years ago and got chased up that hill by a rabid squirrel. That would have been "Americas funniest home video"...

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I've been lucky so far and haven't been chased by anything other then blood suckers.

What size of trout we talkin about Sarge? If their big enofe I maybe willing to try my luck.

I can just picture Jim and you standing on the safe side of the fence yelling "RUN STEVE, HE'S CLOSING IN ON YOU!!!". LOL

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Been there saw the bull and said no thanks...went down the road and had a great time.

Rob

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