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Looking for some pointers or ideas on what to expect out of the river up stream aways. Mostly the area where is goes under Jean Duluth Rd and up a bit more where it runs into the sled trail. I have been out 3 times for brook trout and have yet to see a fish. Wondering if there is much of a population in there. I have tried drifting worms and some small spiners, in what seemed to be several good spots. Thought I would have at least spooked a fish out of them. I live close by these spots now and would like to take my oldest daughter out and actually have a fish on. Although this may not be the easiest fish for that but it would be fun to take advantage of it. Thanks guys.

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Sorry but the fish are limited. I grew up in the Lakeside area and we use to bike to the upper Lester and Sucker and did good but the creeks in the last ten years have turned into a trickle of water during the summer months. When we were fishing them there was still alot of the old CCC dams and pools below them deep for that size of water You can still catch a few brookies on the upper sucker of the McQuade Rd and you can also catch some on the upper Knife on the Fox Farm Rd. But let me forwarn Ya rough fishing. If you are looking for brookies and do not mind a little hike thru alittle bit of marsh the trout lake off the Pequam (/) lake rd is great If ya want mor info [email protected]

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There's still plenty of brookies to be had in the Lester. The river does see a decent amount of pressure compared to other local streams, just slow your presentation down a bit. However the like the other fella said, the sucker is probably a better option. And normanna lake - I've never been to high on it. Pain to get too and small fish. You'll catch bigger brookies out of the sucker.

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