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Old 03-09-2017, 03:44 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Fair question. Do tigers only count as half a trout?

That said, it would have sounded weird if Buckmaster had wrote "where can you catch 2 1/2 species of trout and 1/2 species of char".
Well, technically speaking tiger trout are not "a species"....they are a designer trout.....
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Old 03-09-2017, 04:17 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Lake Michigan.

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Whitney Reservoir?

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Old 03-10-2017, 08:47 AM   #14 (permalink)
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Catherder got it correct. Birch Creek was the answer.

Fishing was slow. I fished all day and only caught five. The other 2 not shown were rainbows. They were the same size as the rainbow in the photo.

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Catherder got it correct. Birch Creek was the answer.

Fishing was slow. I fished all day and only caught five. The other 2 not shown were rainbows. They were the same size as the rainbow in the photo.

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Birch Creek has been slow for me the last 5 years! Didn't fish there in 2016 though. The DNR put a bajillion fish in there every year for crying out loud.

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Catherder, yer up.

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I didn't know this was a "yer up" type of thread?

Well OK, I went to a lake today. There was about 30 inches of ice and edges were fine in spite of the warm weather. I caught over 25 fish in a little over a half day and all but one was a slot cutt. 1 rainbow. Sorry, no pics.
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I didn't know this was a "yer up" type of thread?

Well OK, I went to a lake today. There was about 30 inches of ice and edges were fine in spite of the warm weather. I caught over 25 fish in a little over a half day and all but one was a slot cutt. 1 rainbow. Sorry, no pics.
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Yep, it was a good day today.
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