Brown Trout Rising to the Fly
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Brown Trout Rising to the Fly

Brown Trout Rising to the Fly




      

Brown Trout Rising to the Fly


Brown Trout Rising to the Fly

There is an impression that the brown trout rises reluctantly to the artificial fly. Nothing could be more erroneous. They are very free risers when conditions are at all favorable—quite as much so as the native trout. The fight of the brown trout is not as fast, as electric, as that of the native trout, but when in good condition the brownie is a very bulldog for tenacity, making a prolonged and decided objection to coming to the net. In fact, sometimes it is pretty hard to tell just when he is "all in"—it is a very hard fish to tire entirely out. Frequently when you have a brown trout of good fighting size almost at the edge of your landing net he will apparently acquire an entirely new lease of life and fight his way back to mid-stream.

Camp, Samuel Granger. The Fine Art of Fishing. New York: Outing Pub., 1911. Print.

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