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Old 02-03-2011, 07:40 AM
LenHarris
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Default That tiger you catch just got a littler RARER .

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One of the "keys" in finding tiger trout in southwestern wisconsin streams is first to have a stream with a "large" population of brook trout. Three of my best producing "tiger" trout streams in southwestern wisconsin have had a significant decrease in the brook trout population.

The Stream Of Time: "TIGERS" just became even more rare
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