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Old 01-10-2011, 11:55 AM
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Default Nipigon brookies

I am interested in any info on spring brook trout fishing on the nipigon river or other water in the area. Locations, guides, hatches/patterns.
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have a look here:
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Nipigon River Brook Trout Fishing
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hope it can help a bit.
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Default Re: Nipigon brookies

I'm also looking for information pertaining to gear for the river. To anyone who has fished there, what kind of setups would be ideal? I have various lines(float, int., sink tip, full sink) for my SH 8wt, and I was also considering bringing a 2 hander if someone could persuade me. Any opinions are greatly appreciated!
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