3 thoughts on “How do you fish for brown trout in the great lakes.?

  1. Trolling with downriggers. Generally the browns are suspended, anywhere between 60 and 120 feet. You need to have a depth finder to see what level they are at, then get a cannon ball down to that depth. Usually large spoons work the best 4 to 6 inches. My advice is to get a few buddies together pitch in $125.00 each and hire a charter. Pay attention to what they do and use. You’ll have a great day on the water and learn from a pro in the waters you want to fish.
    Good luck

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