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Fisheries workers with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources use electro-fishing equipment in a North Shore stream to sample coaster brook trout, fish that spend part of their year in streams and part in Lake Superior. From left are Matt Ward, anadromous fisheries specialist for the DNR at French River; Chris Palvere, fisheries technician at French River; and Phil Kunze, creel clerk at Grand Marais. Submitted photo by Paul Sundberg

Coaster brook trout show encouraging growth on North Shore

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Recent stream surveys on Minnesota's North Shore show that so-called "coaster" brook trout are increasing in size and age, and state fisheries biologists believe restrictive regulations are helping the fish.

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