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#1 bear claw

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Posted 05 November 2011 - 08:34 PM

I have been told that there are freshwater shrimp in a local lake. Orient Lake , north of North Bay Ontario Canada. The lake is also stocked with rainbow trout. I am wondering which species of shrimp is most likely to be the one present, and of course what patterns might be successful. What presentation methods might be used in this small spring fed lake.

thanks for your help Bear claw