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LenHarris 04-20-2008 11:03 AM

Interesting Wisconsin Trout Unlimited Study
 
http://www.tu.org/atf/cf/%7BED0023C4...mmaryFinal.pdf

tightlines57 04-20-2008 08:02 PM

Re: Interesting Wisconsin Trout Unlimited Study
 
There was a good article in Flyfisherman about 3 years ago about the driftless area. I grew up in NE Iowa fishing many of the streams mentioned. Want to hit them up again on my next trip back, whenever that may be.

Fly2Fish 04-21-2008 10:01 PM

Re: Interesting Wisconsin Trout Unlimited Study
 
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Originally Posted by tightlines57 (Post 26688)
There was a good article in Flyfisherman about 3 years ago about the driftless area. I grew up in NE Iowa fishing many of the streams mentioned. Want to hit them up again on my next trip back, whenever that may be.

Funny you mentioned that, Tightlines. First time ever I went trout fishing it was up in that area. Fishing fanatic buddy of mine at the University of Iowa was an Iowa native (unlike myself), so he knew where to go. First time I'd ever had a fish I could see rise and strike my fly. I'd fished a lot before then for other fish - both salt and fresh - but never looked back after that experience. Those were good times!

zipex 04-22-2008 01:16 PM

Re: Interesting Wisconsin Trout Unlimited Study
 
Funny you mentioned that to my friend I am from Wisconsin and have read up on that study this might be a site of interest to you.

WTEO - Wisconsin Trout Exploration Outfit

tightlines57 04-22-2008 06:21 PM

Re: Interesting Wisconsin Trout Unlimited Study
 
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Originally Posted by Fly2Fish (Post 26802)
Funny you mentioned that, Tightlines. First time ever I went trout fishing it was up in that area. Fishing fanatic buddy of mine at the University of Iowa was an Iowa native (unlike myself), so he knew where to go. First time I'd ever had a fish I could see rise and strike my fly. I'd fished a lot before then for other fish - both salt and fresh - but never looked back after that experience. Those were good times!

I see you live in the Houston area now. Prior to moving to AZ we lived in Atascocita (Humble) for 6 years. Caught a lot of bass out of Lake Houston as well as cats, crappie and sunfish.

tightlines57 04-22-2008 06:23 PM

Re: Interesting Wisconsin Trout Unlimited Study
 
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Originally Posted by zipex (Post 26864)
Funny you mentioned that to my friend I am from Wisconsin and have read up on that study this might be a site of interest to you.

WTEO - Wisconsin Trout Exploration Outfit

Thanks for the link. I put in in my favorites. When I get back to Iowa to fish I will have more info to help me out.


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