Yesterday my friend Adam, who is visiting from LA, and I decided to go film some trout in the Kinnickinnic River, even though temps were barely above zero. I had no idea what we would find in the depths of the Kinni in the middle of winter. It turns out that we found a TON of fish, brookies and browns galore. Apparently the sub-zero temps do not effect the trout much. We walked around for a few hours and filmed a bunch of different holes. We caught some pretty decent-sized fish on camera. Water clarity was average, and if the season had been open it would have been a solid day of fishing. Enjoy!