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Thanks to Doc for a great article giving insights on how to approach smaller stillwaters when seeking trout. Check out his website too, especially if you are in or plan to travel his home Alberta region.

The prairie pothole lakes mentioned sound like quite a unique type of fishery.
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Paul: Thanks for sharing the stillwater article and the link to doc's website. both were very informative. We have lots of prairie pothole lakes in SE Wyoming and most of them are very rich in nuitriants.

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