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Default Re: Boston Mass, coming from UK, tips for trout fishing locations



Can't give you much input on where to fish as I'm about 3,000 to the west. But one thing I have found is a States fishing regulation books can be a wealth of information. 99% of the time they're on line.

Also do a Google to see if the Fish and Game folks have a web site. Frequently these will have 'fishing reports' that are very timely. The one here in Oregon does every thing but tell you what rock to stand on.
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