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I live in SW WI and here there are multiple trout streams and creeks that I fish. Anyone that knows the area knows that the cree

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  • rudyglove27
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    Agreed with steve182 answer above and A + 1 for you sir!!!

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  • Charley
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    Small panther martin or mepps spinners or small rapalas or spoons.

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  • steve182
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    Salmon eggs seem to work well in streams like that. Float them anywhere the water swirls backwards, causing eddies or little whirlpools, works for me anyway.

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  • I live in SW WI and here there are multiple trout streams and creeks that I fish. Anyone that knows the area knows that the cree

    I live in SW WI and here there are multiple trout streams and creeks that I fish. Anyone that knows the area knows that the creeks/streams arent very wide but are several miles long. My question is this. What is the best tactics for pulling huge browns and rainbows out of these spots? Any tips?

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