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Old 08-21-2010, 06:23 PM
Jim Casada Jim Casada is offline
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Fred--I'm pretty sure Indian Creek is about as easy as it gets. The entire drainage that holds fish will be only rainbows except for the 150 yards or so below Indian Creek Falls (very close to the confluence with Deep Creek), which would be browns and bows. The falls present a barrier no brown could climb, and unless someone starts some bucket biology, which unlikely since this is frequented by so many hikers throughout the year, that translates to nothing but rainbows.
Keep plugging away, and I hope you have the North Shore streams lined up. If you do all of them together on a single map don't leave out Pilkey and Chambers creeks. Both hold trout.
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