Below the small dam that was erected on Lake Tahoe(douchebags!) there is a pretty good size pool filled with giant trout. Gawking tourists buy fish pellets and watch as 10+lb browns and rainbows come up and get em. It is a pretty cool little spot, there is no fishing within 1000ft of the dam, and as near as I can tell, those fish never really leave the safety of that pool for the fishable reaches of river downstream. I made the mistake of stopping by there for the first time after I spent an entire day getting my butt kicked by the crafty denizens of the Truckee River. I fished all day for no grabs and on the way home got to stare at 50 trout over 5 lbs. Awesome. Getting to the point. It would seem that these fish arent completely safe afterall. The mink, which is in the same family as weasels, is about the size of a muskrat or small ferret. That makes this fish about, oh, 7lbs probably? Maybe bigger? Regardless, these guys are gnarly.
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