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From what I understand, they increased the depth of the lake which should really help with the winter kill. Also, It's never been a full winter kill.. Tigers are tough, I think it's great news... hopefully they keep stocking them for years
 

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Well, they'll have enough to eat. :smile:

It will change the whole nature of the place. Instead of one more South Park trout lake it will become a destination for serious fisherman, like North Delaney. Except that Antero isn't in the middle of nowhere. So that's going to increase the appeal of the whole area.
 

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Well, they'll have enough to eat. :smile:

It will change the whole nature of the place. Instead of one more South Park trout lake it will become a destination for serious fisherman, like North Delaney. Except that Antero isn't in the middle of nowhere. So that's going to increase the appeal of the whole area.

If a big If, they stock enough
 

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This would be way cool if it happens / or happened and like Z man said put some regulations on harvesting them....
 

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How about ZERO harvest? And while we're at it, how about none of them thrown onto the bank by dumb ass powerbait trout guys who say "they're eating all the trout!".

I'd be ok with that.
Agree!!!

Zman's 75" minimum harvest is the same as CNR. :cool:
 
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