How to Fish for Trout

How to Fish for Trout

How to Fish for Trout. Trout fishing is a popular sport on the shores
of rivers and streams. Improve your catch by keeping the following
guidelines in mind. You will need Oxygen-rich water Low outdoor
temperatures A light tread Fishing tackle A long rod and live bait. Step 1. Fish in water rich in oxygen. Trout prefer to feed in oxygen-rich locations
– in current and riffle areas, cold water springs, and deeper water. In warmer water, trout will seek fast currents
or riffles because the oxygen levels are higher there. In cooler streams where oxygen levels are
higher, they feed in slow-moving pools or current edges. Step 2. Fish in the early morning and late evening. The lower temperatures during these hours
correspond to increased oxygen levels and greater feeding activity. Step 3. Tread lightly as you approach a stream, and
don’t walk in the water. Trout are very sensitive to the pressure waves
generated by footsteps – both in and out of the water. Step 4. Match your tackle to the stream conditions
and size of trout you are seeking. Trout have good eyesight, and they will avoid
a conspicuous fishing line. Step 5. Cast upstream and allow your bait to move
downstream with the current. Trout face into the current, sometimes behind
rocks, as they wait for food to drift by. Trout move around a great deal in lakes. Planted trout may travel in schools rather
than dispersing. Step 6. Use a long rod and live bait. This reduces line drag and allows your bait
to move more rapidly along the bottom of the stream. Did you know The world’s largest trout is
found in the remote rivers of Mongolia and can exceed 5 feet.

8 thoughts on “How to Fish for Trout

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