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Stalking Wisconsin's Wild Trout

May 28, 2006 By: Marshall Cutchin

“It was one of those aggressive spring days, as bright as a flash bulb, without the mercy of a single cloud in any direction. A lousy day for stream fishing. Wild trout respond to direct sunlight the way an escaped convict reacts to a searchlight.” Ed Culhane talks about stream researcher Bob Hunt and the reasons why careful wild trout habitat management is the only way to go. In the Green Bay Press-Gazette.