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slabslayer28

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slabslayer28

i was wondering when trout opener was on the river? would my 1650 lund work for the river?

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slimy

Trout on the Rainy? Oh and your 1650 should be fine.

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tearin' lips

Your 1650 lund will be perfect for Rainy, but you might want to reevaluate your decision to fish trout...that is one species that the river is lacking. The DNR tried to establish a population of Rainbows way, way back in the day, but they stocked them as fry and they didn't last too long. Too many big walleye, smallie, northern, and muskie cruisin' around!1 grin.gif

Take Care and Good Luck Fishing!

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sachem longrifle

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Your 1650 lund will be perfect for Rainy, but you might want to reevaluate your decision to fish trout...that is one species that the river is lacking. The DNR tried to establish a population of Rainbows way, way back in the day, but they stocked them as fry and they didn't last too long. Too many big walleye, smallie, northern, and muskie cruisin' around!1
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Take Care and Good Luck Fishing!


Can't blame the river fish for wanting a fresh meal of trout. That must have been quite a treat for them when the MDNR tried to stock them

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