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Trophy Room: Big, beautiful brown trout

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Rianna Reiter, of Duluth, caught and kept this 26-inch brown trout while fishing on Lake Superior on June 17 just off Duluth.
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Rianna Reiter, of Duluth, caught and kept this 26-inch brown trout while fishing on Lake Superior on June 17 just off Duluth.

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