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Lake Trout Eaters

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Brochet:
I've found that smaller lakers taste better.  I'll put lakers over 5 lbs back because trial-and-error has shown that they won't taste so good.  Weight seems to affect taste more than length - a long skinny one testes better than a short fat one.  Going by length, anywhere between 20 and 25 inches long seems to be the best flavor and big enough to be worth keeping.

Seamonkey84:
This is a small pile I made last year, I still havenít gotten out yet this year.


kpd145:

--- Quote from: Brochet on Jan 20, 2022, 06:09 PM ---I've found that smaller lakers taste better.  I'll put lakers over 5 lbs back because trial-and-error has shown that they won't taste so good.  Weight seems to affect taste more than length - a long skinny one testes better than a short fat one.  Going by length, anywhere between 20 and 25 inches long seems to be the best flavor and big enough to be worth keeping.

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This, I really don't eat a lot of lake trout but the smaller ones definitely are better IMO.

ira-akrfc:
Most of the lakers I catch come out of Lake George. Minimum length is 23" and you can only keep 2. If I get a BIG one, 27" plus, I take I quick pictures and send him back to make more.

bootstrap:
tons of them here in champlain. all mine go back down the hole unless i know someone thatt wants them.

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