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Nice fish.

Everytime I see a trout it makes me realize I forget how beautiful they are.

Thanks for posting the pic.

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Nice pic, Tie Flyer!

The trout was around 16 inches.

I'm hoping to get a dozen or so more like that one and bigger this weekend.

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Renne,

Are those Wisconsin Fish? You are a lucky man to still be able to stream fish them.

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Yep, those are fish from wisconsin. I caught those the day before me a Tie Flyer hooked up and fished.

The first pic that Tie Flyer posted was one we caught the day we fished together.

All the pics posted are average sized trout for that stream.

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Jim,

Not at all!!! Just time is a very tough thing to come by. Getting out fishing close to home is tough enough. This year I'm putting it on the calendar early(like when I get home.)

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Jim,

I consider it more like Small pox anyways by the way. smile.gif And I am aware you're joking.......you silly jokester.
Where is Forestville Mystery Cave anyways? I've looked on some maps and can't really find a definite spot. Especially is there a spot where the park is?

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dnr.state.mn.us

Go to parks

Forestville Mystery Cave State Park.

In between PReston and Spring Valley

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I knew that would come up. I'm definitely gonna try.....just need to make some plans. Maybe I book down for the day. I'll see if my fishing buddy can make it with me.

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Thanks Much!

Jim,

I created a pdf of the Wykoff to Forestville Map. Would you like a copy?

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[This message has been edited by jpz (edited 10-15-2004).]

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