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  2. North Lemmon () – 5 miles north of Lemmon, South Dakota. Rainbow trout stocked annually. Some brown trout up to 2 pounds. Abundant small yellow perch. Fair number of bluegill, with some up to a half pound. Fair number of largemouth bass, mostly 1 4 pounds. Good number of walleye, mostly 3 10 pounds. (Fishing pier). BOWMAN COUNTY.
  3. The best trout fishing within North Dakota comes from the tailwaters of Garrison Dam. The rainbow, brown, and lake trout state records have all been caught in the tailwaters of the Garrison Dam. So has the chinook record! For trophies in North Dakota you need to come to Garrison Dam.
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  7. Rainbow Trout are found in cold water habitats of streams, ponds and impoundments. They are stocked in impoundments and tailwaters of the Missouri River, various ponds across the state for put and take fisheries and in streams and impoundments of the Black Hills. They feed primarily on insects and crustaceans but larger individuals may eat fish.

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