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Re: North Shore Trout Streams?
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There are many inland stream trout lakes in the area as well. Designated trout lakes do not allow live bait [worms nightcrawlers work well]. good luck.

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Re: North Shore Trout Streams?
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Are you sure it's a mile upstream Snow? My understanding is up to the posted boundary, which is not necessarily a mile. Am I mistaken?

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Re: North Shore Trout Streams?
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Single hooks only up to posted boundaries. Upstream boundaries are posted. You can use trebles above the boundaries. good luck.

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Re: North Shore Trout Streams?
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Reinhard, I believe you meant to say live minnows are not allowed? Other than live minnows, other live bait (night crawlers, leeches, etc) are allowed.

1 mile is just a general estimate, as most streams 1st barrier are within 1 mile of the lake. Some waterfalls are less than a block from the lake, others might be 2 miles. Either way, it'll be posted. But when it doubt, use single hooks.

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Re: North Shore Trout Streams?
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Ya, that's right. While live minnows are not allowed in designated trout lakes, preserved minnows are. One thing I do when fishing trout streams is to pinch my barbs down to get as barbless as possible. Most of the trout you catch upstream are naturally produced. I do keep a few at times but release a lot of them.

There was a lure we used years ago called the "Russian Hook". It was a tear drop shaped spoon with a single hook on it. By far the best lure we ever used for trout. Can't find them anymore. As far as single hooks in general, we used spoons with single hooks on Superior a lot and had no problem hooking fish. I personally think single hooks have better holding power than trebles in the fighting process.

Over the years the simple worm out-fished any lure in the upper stretches of the North Shore trout streams. Especially after a rain when the streams were a little stained. Love drifting a worm with a small split shot. The line would stop and go upstream, and the hook was set. Bug spray sure was needed. good luck.

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Re: North Shore Trout Streams?
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1 mile is just a general estimate, as most streams 1st barrier are within 1 mile of the lake. Some waterfalls are less than a block from the lake, others might be 2 miles. Either way, it'll be posted. But when it doubt, use single hooks.


My understanding is that the posted boundary refers to a posted sign at the location upstream from the lake beyond which fish cannot traverse because of waterfall, and that distance from the lake has nothing to do with it. Is this not correct?

Cascade river, it's 100 yards. Brule river, it's a mile. Caribou river, it's a couple blocks. Temperance river, it's less than a block. Am I mistaken?

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Yes, I believe he said it is posted. There will be a sign there. Yes there is a difference in distance in all the streams. Baptism River is also a river with a posted sign far up stream. good luck.

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The regs are al on line. Why keep posting "i guess" and opinions?
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Re: North Shore Trout Streams?
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Would that be you?

I provided the data.

Post rant.

But I provided it.

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