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I was wondering if there are or if anyone knows if there are trout in the wild rice bend river that runs through hitterdahl area?
Looks like a very good trout habitat river from passing by, but would like to know if there is trout before i make the drive out there..

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It does look like trout waters, doesn't it?!? However, I don't think they are in there. I'm not positive, but I don't think so. I do know that that stretch of river isn't fished much at all and would be great for some really fun exploring.

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yes it would.

I might have to wander over that way sometime and give it a whirl.

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Years and I do mean years ago(1940)there was browners in the buffalo between hawley and lake park, I seriously doubt if any exist anymore. I never catch any small ones in my minnow seine. I think you guys are thinking about the wild rice around ulen, I live in hitterdal. It sure looks like it does have possibilies but ag runoff wiped out trout possibilitys ages ago, if there were they were never restocked. Best to go to bad medicine, blue or bass lake in maplewood state park to get your orange meat fix.... Happy hunting!! Paul

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