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angler903

redwood falls ramsey creek trout?

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just curious, do they stock trout above the falls, below or both. And do any trout make it through the summer? If anyone has info on what works to catch them, I AM NOT TOO FAMILIAR WITH TROUT FISHING AND WOULD LIKE TO TRY IT

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I used to live in that area and always heard there were trout stocked but never any reports of anyone catching any.. I always went to St. Peter to fish trout

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I have fished them. Not alot I might add but have done it. I believe that they stock above the falls and then a couple miles upstream of the falls on Co rd #17 just west of Redwood Falls. I have caught them above and below the falls so you could try either. The biggest I have saw caught was around 3# and that was next to the Ramsey cr bridge in the park. Good luck and report your findings please...I would love to hear about it!

I would also add that I always fished with light spinning gear....small mepps spinners.

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