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Stream Trout
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From Thief River Falls
Posts: 328
I would like to try fishing for some rainbows in a stream that is near where we will be camping memorial weekend...

Will the same lil cleo that i was catching them on in lakes this winter work in streams? or should i be trying something different?

Posted on: 5/18 8:27:35
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Re: Stream Trout
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From andover
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Over the years worms have been the best for me especially after a good rain. Spoons or spinners can work for sure. But when you go up stream with brush all around you, casting can be a problem [unless brush or trees are not around you close to the stream. Most of the time I use worms with a small split shot or a crawler. good luck.

Posted on: 5/18 8:38:36
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Re: Stream Trout
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From central mn
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Indeed,rein is spot on,further no treble hooks allowed on tributary streams.

Posted on: 5/18 10:00:00
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Re: Stream Trout
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Thanks!

so i am good with treble hooks on streams that do not dump into surperior?

Posted on: 5/18 11:22:32
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Re: Stream Trout
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Check the regs, because I only fish the streams that flow into the big lake. good luck.

Posted on: 5/18 13:37:28
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Re: Stream Trout
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Yes,however along the north shore all streams dump into the big lake if thats where you are headed.Also don't forget a trout stamp.To be safe change out the trebles with a single hook.

Posted on: 5/18 13:40:19
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Re: Stream Trout
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ok i will have to check the regs to make sure but i will be a good 4 hours from surperior

Posted on: 5/18 15:33:10
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Re: Stream Trout
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01/15/2008
From Mille Lacs/Landfall
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I think you will be Ok 4 hours away. Spinners work great, keep the treble on, it catches way more fish. Crawler under a bobber is a great option too! Have fun.

Posted on: 5/19 8:14:33
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