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    Re: DFW Mother Lode Trout Stocking

    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Clark View Post
    Lots of good conversation on this thread, but unless you express your concerns to DFW better put away the shad and needle fish and dust off the crank baits and rubber worms.

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    You're overreacting. Express your concern with the operators of the lakes that choose to be cheap

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    Re: DFW Mother Lode Trout Stocking

    Lots of good conversation on this thread, but unless you express your concerns to DFW better put away the shad and needle fish and dust off the crank baits and rubber worms.

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    Re: DFW Mother Lode Trout Stocking

    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Compassion View Post
    I love Lahontans but they can't compete with other trout. Don't fight as well as Bows. Their eating quality is not as good. They are too aggressive and are easily caught. They do well in Pyramid but they stock 1,000,000 fish a year and have catch restrictions.

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    Well I've never fished pyramid. My experience with the lahontans is from a lake up highway 4 and Crowley. The Crowley lahontans are amazing eating, and fighters, the bows in there jump more but I think the cutts pull harder.

    I was joking about putting them in Melones, but not Kings, I think they should put kings in there.

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    Re: DFW Mother Lode Trout Stocking

    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Compassion View Post
    I love Lahontans but they can't compete with other trout. Don't fight as well as Bows. Their eating quality is not as good. They are too aggressive and are easily caught. They do well in Pyramid but they stock 1,000,000 fish a year and have catch restrictions.

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    Yep and they have plenty of food sources and the Truckee River flowing into the lake. Also a bunch of areas that are off limits to fishing......Jetspray
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    Re: DFW Mother Lode Trout Stocking

    Quote Originally Posted by BigUnInDaBoat View Post
    If that's the way you feel, how about "hell with browns" give us big bad ass lahontans.
    I love Lahontans but they can't compete with other trout. Don't fight as well as Bows. Their eating quality is not as good. They are too aggressive and are easily caught. They do well in Pyramid but they stock 1,000,000 fish a year and have catch restrictions.

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    Re: DFW Mother Lode Trout Stocking

    Quote Originally Posted by BigUnInDaBoat View Post
    If that's the way you feel, how about "hell with browns" give us big bad ass lahontans.
    I can do that for sure .that be really something sweeeet!!!!!!

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    Re: DFW Mother Lode Trout Stocking

    Quote Originally Posted by BigUnInDaBoat View Post
    And for decades non-sterile fish have been planted. There is a wild breeding population of browns, rainbows and kokanee there.

    I WISH they'd put kings in her, historically they were there.
    don`t be surprised if they start planting Stripers in Melones like they did Hogan. That would be the happy medium to replace trout period!!!

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    Re: DFW Mother Lode Trout Stocking

    Quote Originally Posted by stefanoflo View Post
    hell with rainbows . Give us Big badass Browns with teeth galore .that are breeders and fighters and will take on bass anytime anywhere..

    If that's the way you feel, how about "hell with browns" give us big bad ass lahontans.

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    Re: DFW Mother Lode Trout Stocking

    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Compassion View Post
    Exactly. Not much reproduction among the rainbows.

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    hell with rainbows . Give us Big badass Browns with teeth galore .that are breeders and fighters and will take on bass anytime anywhere..

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    Re: DFW Mother Lode Trout Stocking

    Quote Originally Posted by EddieTee View Post
    I thought they planted sterile trout there.

    And for decades non-sterile fish have been planted. There is a wild breeding population of browns, rainbows and kokanee there.

    I WISH they'd put kings in her, historically they were there.

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