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Odonata

That's a great fish! Lake or river, I would mount it for sure.

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Surface Tension

Very nice brookie.

Without giving the name of the lake, what were you using and depth.

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musky hunter

Congrats on a beautiful fish. Most anglers never get a brook trout that size, there is just too much fishing pressure and habitat loss to allow many to get to that size. It's a real trophy.

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splakeshaker

Great fish!! Congrates to you and your dad!

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fishkid

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duluthdangler

Looks like this could be from the same lake. 22" just under 6 lbs

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Mike Stark

duluthdangler,

was that from last summer. did you run into a group of outward bounders at that lake?

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duluthdangler

yep. Were you there?

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shogun

You guys must be getting too close to fishkid's "secret" brookie spot. He went and deleted all of his posts? shocked

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Northdrifter08

Outward bounders... that narrows down the lakes to a hand full... something to strive for this year...

You could have at least left the picture of the fish on...lol

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Mike Stark

yeah that was me....i think you talked to the other instructor more...we paddled up and chated for a bit. we had are students on solo that day....they said they watched you pull in a lot of fish...if i only had time to fish those couple days...

dont worry fishkid my lips are sealed tight. the last thing i want to happen is to have that lake fished out.

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duluthdangler

Yeah we talked to the other instructor quite a bit. We did pretty well, but we've done better in the winter. Anyone out there who thinks they know where this is . . . good luck getting in there. Especially in the winter. If you make it you deserve it.

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Heartman

Gadwall and Vale can be had - just takes alot of work...

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fishkid

i normally dont put pics on internet i was just excited but after i thought about it i said that was a bad idea. so i guess everyone just got a sample of what mn has to offer. lol

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Duffman

LOL laugh Live and learn fishkid, a nice brookie caught in northern MN would've done the trick. That canadian shield country is tough to ID in a photo, no recognizable features. It wasn't so much the photo as it was your non-intentional clues. wink

Oh yea, it was a nice photo and a sweet brookie. Congrats!

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duluthdangler

Gadwall and Vale . . . .close but no pig brookie for you

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Neighbor_guy

Nice fish anyway's. ...??? So that fish wasn't from Miner's? grinwhistlegrin

I think it adds a lot to the story to toss a pic or 2 in. But when you tell everyone were the pic was taken, or inadvertantly include a distinguishable landmark, you run the risk of others figureing it out.

Enjoy the resoarce, just dont abuse it.

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fishkid

actually i was on miners far west side where all the hooligans cliff jump grin

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Far-I

There are no fish in Miners! wink

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Neighbor_guy

actually i was on miners far west side where all the hooligans cliff jump grin

See, I knew you'd remember wink . Just remember, from now on when you do snag a big streamer, you did it on Miners. crazy Then post a picture so we can see if you are trying to decieve us. grin

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    • Chris mo
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