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Biggest brookie report here

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In 1997 caught 3 brookies on the walleye opener all went 4 pounds+ on a well known trout lake up da moose chain, theres even little snot rocket LM bass in der

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21" brookie last winter not too far from Ely.

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Never got any that size in NE Minnesota, but several 20+ on the Albany River headin' to Hudson Bay.

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My brother caught a 24" in the late 80's in a beaver pond near Comstock/Hart lake. No joke. LB

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Our group pulled in these nice brookies in May of 2007 in a Stocked lake accessible from Moose in the BWCA. The largest was 19".

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