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The laker lunker of Lake Placid: Part II

May 17, 2008
Joe Hackett

It happens about this time of year, as water temperatures rise and flies begin to hatch. The deep, cold Adirondack waters give up monster lake trout that are measured in pounds rather than inches. They come from the depths of local waters such as Upper Saranac Lake, Hoel Pond, Pine Pond, Tupper Lake, Blue Mountain Lake, Mirror Lake and Moose Pond.

 
 

 

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