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Old 03-23-2013, 06:26 AM   #21
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Well, good lord willing I'll be eating fresh trout. Its a bit of a trip from where I'm at but it's always worth it. If I had trout streams down here I would have to quit my job and live in a tent just so I could fish all day. Worst case scenario though I'll just have to thaw out last years catch and gobble it up.


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Old 03-23-2013, 06:40 AM   #22
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I'm going on the Manistee for a week in late May and plan on bringing lots of "orphan" bottles from sixers...but I'm thinking a nice pilsner, premium american, or oktoberfest would do any trout right by not crowding it's natural flavor.


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Old 03-23-2013, 06:54 AM   #23
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I was thinking along the same lines in respect to not overpowering the natural flavor. I guess the thought of a pilsner never really crossed my mind, thanks for bringing that up, gives me even more reason to make some delicious brews.
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Baufessor, Were probably going to start at the at Big Springs on the Turkey river, just kind of a nostalgia thing, first place we ever went trout fishing so it always brings back memories. I'm not totally sure where we are headed from there, I do know we plan on kayaking the Volga river, Turkey river, and Bloody Run (water levels willing of course).

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Cool. Big Spring is where I started too I kayak the turkey and upper iowa a fair amount, but need to get down to the Volga - been meaning to do that for a couple years.

I spend most of my time trout fishing up around North and South Bear Creek. My Father-in-Law owns a couple miles of Bear creek after those other two join together. He basically does not let anyone on it except me..... so it makes for some fine fishing. Bear creek outside of Fayette is kind of a cool stream too...I used to fish it quite a bit. I liked coming in on the upper in - kind of a decent walk down a logging road into a huge valley. Then generally fished it up stream. Pretty area.
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