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Little Creeks and Wild Trout

Little Creeks and Wild Trout By: Josh Czech

By: Josh Czech

There are thousands of miles of little creeks in the northwest that have trout in them. There are spring creeks that meander drunkenly through soft meadows, and freestone creeks that march through dense forests with much more purpose. You can find a certain subspecies of cutthroat and rainbow in most of these streams, as well as some brookies and a few brown trout. Every once in a while you may come across Bull trout...

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