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Old 01-18-2010, 09:53 PM
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Default Re: Tiger Trout?

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Originally Posted by packfancjh View Post
there are very few spots locally for tigers here Dave unfortunately. I have heard Spooner has some but other than that it's a drive to get to them.

Yeah that is what I heard too, I also heard that there is a reservoir around Carson that has some big brookies and maybe some planted tigers, but it is hard to get too, you need to carry a float tube in for about 1/2 mile, and requires 4wd to get there. I have the 4wd and tube, just need to find someone to show me the correct way to get there, hoping to get up there next spring. I tried to get there once, but discretion took hold when I started up a very steep hill and figuring i was alone and nobody knew where i was, I turned around and came back and fished the river.

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