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Western New York's 18-Mile Creek Browns

November 24, 2005 By: Marshall Cutchin

Not only holding some of the biggest brown trout in North America — thanks to yearly stocking and the proximity of Lake Ontario — but home to healthy runs of steelhead and coho and chinook salmon, 18-Mile Creek is magnet to lots of fish. Even if it’s not what one would call a wilderness experience. Eric Sharp writes about it in the Detroit Free Press.