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Trout Fishing

Postby myfreestyle_08 » Wed Jun 04, 2008 9:57 pm

Trout Fishing is an enjoyable discipline that everybody can try. Many anglers find fun in waiting for a brown trout to eat the bait, or in watching the amazing antics of a rainbow trout. This is easy to learn, and you do not need a lot of equipment to get started. Acquire the right gear, go to a lake or stream where trout thrives, and you are good to go.

Trout is one of the most popular fish species in the angling world. It is part of the Salmonidae (salmon) family and usually thrives in freshwater with cold water temperature. A tranquil, cool lake is an ideal habitat since the reduced rate of water flow makes it easier for trout to eat aquatic organisms. Lakes also have plenty of natural life forms that trout feeds on.

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Re: Trout Fishing

Postby kais4795 » Fri Jun 06, 2008 10:11 am

I have caught a bunch of trout in my lifetime, and catching them usually requires a bit more than just finding a water where trout might be. Sometimes they will bite easily, but other times, they can be downright stubborn. I have had days where I catch a hundred, and other days where they just don't bite good at all. Sometimes, I'll even get the old skunkaroo!
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