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User: baystateangler
Comment: caught my first one on artificial floating salmon eggs yesterday. Such beautiful fish!
Date: 04/27/15 07:21 PM

User: troutboy2901
Comment: i cought so many with power bait in ma.(mill pond,whittings pond and lake pearl all in mass
Date: 08/02/12 09:14 AM

User: ras0326
Comment: these fish are hard to catch compared to pumpkinseeds
Date: 02/21/12 10:25 PM

User: riverrat82
Comment: a beautiful looking species.alway take an extra second landing 'em so you can observe them in the water.Amazing colour !nature at it's finest.
Date: 07/04/11 08:10 AM

User: roaminangler
Comment: Trout Factory located around Atlanta , Ga. . Go look at the site : www.riverthroughatlanta.com and there ara some impressive pics of Brownies snd Rainbows. The upper Chattahoochee River is puttin' 'em out like a Coke machine !
Date: 03/19/11 09:26 AM

User: roaminangler
Comment: I will hopefully get the opportunity this year to find a couple places in Northeast Alabama that may produce Rainbow Trout . I noticed in NW Georgia there were some streams flowing into NE Alabama . I think this would be a good chance to find some "friendly water" to flyfish for these rascals without the worry of Smith Dam running turbines on short notice which means get to high ground quickly when you hear the water coming down river rapidly and I do mean rapidly . It can rise 10 feet in a couple of minutes due to the width of the river . All I have to do is make sure I'm not trespassing and bring one of my buddies . Looking at old state records the state 'Bow once came from Weiss Lake years ago along with the Walleye record .
Date: 03/16/11 03:28 PM

User: spidercrab
Comment: caught a bunch of bows using spoons as well as power bait. most came from fearings pond in myles standish state forest.
Date: 02/22/11 03:21 AM

User: hansel
Comment: i have 1 and was surprised at how good they taste.
Date: 01/04/11 08:28 AM

User: smac531
Comment: really strong and they taste great
Date: 07/07/10 06:20 PM

User: 401mike401
Comment: 1 or 2 whole (1-pound) Trout, cleaned, head can be on or off but gills must be removed
2 ounces butter
1 plate of flour
Salt and pepper to season the flour

When ready to cook, rinse the fish under cold water and pat dry with a paper towel. Drying will prevent the fish from steaming when you cook it.

Cut a few diagonal slashes along each side of the fish.

Roll fish in flour seasoned with salt and pepper until covered.

Heat the butter in a frying pan until bubbling, and then fry the trout for about 5 minutes on each side until golden brown. To test for doneness when cooking the trout, insert a fork at the thickest point of the fish. Perfectly cooked fish is nearly opaque, should be very moist, and will flake easily with a fork. Fish that looks slightly dry is overcooked. Undercooked fish will look translucent and raw. If you have a digital meat thermometer, the internal temperature in the center of the fillet should reach 145F
Date: 05/03/10 08:47 AM

User: linkmak
Comment: best trout day of my life early season this year... caught my limit in no time at Hopkins Mill Pond, Foster RI
Date: 04/27/10 12:26 PM

User: brettinbrookline
Comment: Vermont has many rainbow trout. So bring your pole when you visit.
Date: 08/06/09 01:00 PM

User: eleminity0277
Comment: in the farmington river is a nice place to catch rainbows i catch 10 rainbow trouts in a couple hours
Date: 03/06/09 09:53 AM

User: miles
Comment: in oct. me and my uncle caught 3 3lb rainbows in wood river.
Date: 11/13/08 09:03 AM

User: fishr4life
Comment: went fshn at the quinnipiac rvr in meriden nd saw the this really nce rainbow nd it semed to be hvn seizures every 3 mins fur 10 mins then died funny thing is i chucked a rock rite near were it was feedin nd it didnt even flinch!
Date: 08/05/08 03:07 PM

User: miles
Comment: late oct. early nov. me and my hephew caught 16 trout in 2.5 hrs. ( olney pond )
Date: 07/12/08 11:42 AM

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