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Mill Creek offers native brook, brown trout

Updated: May 19, 2005, 3:19 PM ET
By Scott Sampson | Fishing and Hunting News

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PERKINSVILLE, N.Y. — DEC Region 8 fisheries biologists say Mill Creek has more pounds of trout per acre that any other stream or river in New York State.

This is a big claim for a water that is totally supported by natural reproduction and seldom more than 20 feet wide. It's also open all year to fishing and has a limit of five trout per day, but only two over 12 inches in length.

I have to admit that brook trout are my favorite fish. ...

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