Brown Trout Taking Flies
As a general thing you will have little trouble in hooking a large brown trout when he rises to the fly. Striking is often quite unnecessary, for they take the fly in a very vicious and emphatic manner. A good many times the brown trout will leap from the water and take the fly on his downward flight. Usually the native does not show himself to any extent unless he misses the fly, when he will sometimes shoot straight up in the air. Of course, not every brown trout, or every speckled trout will conduct himself in this manner and in strict accordance with the general rules; the above states merely the general course of action of the two under normal conditions.
Camp, Samuel Granger. The Fine Art of Fishing. New York: Outing Pub., 1911. Print.
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