Catching Discriminating Trout
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Catching Discriminating Trout

Catching Discriminating Trout




      

Catching Discriminating Trout


Catching Discriminating Trout

In the matter of flies the residents of the pool are discriminating in the highest degree. Day and night myriads of insects swarm over the still waters. Grasshoppers and crickets suicide continually from the bank; grubs drop down from the trees; the riffles and rapids deposit a varied menu in the temporary resting place of the pool. As a consequence of this glut of good things the fish are apt to be reluctant in rising and must be skillfully teased. The taking qualities of the sunken and dry-fly should not be forgotten as successful variations of the orthodox method of casting. The dry-fly, although not suitable for fast water, can often be used to advantage when fishing the pool. Also patience and still more patience is necessary when trying conclusions with the wise ones of the quiet water.

Taught in the school of experience the danger of strange insects, in the daytime the residents of the pool are wary when the silk and feathered Wight imitations flutter over the water. But at dusk and in the moonlight this natural shyness seems to depart in some degree and such times are propitious ones for the fly-caster. In a way this seems to be taking an unfair advantage over the fish and, too, the trout do not fight as strongly under these conditions. However, if it is a case of night fishing or bacon for breakfast, the sporting ethics of the matter may properly be disregarded. Although subversive of the general axiom of light flies for dark days and dark ones for light days, it is a fact that in night fishing a soberly colored fly is sometimes more taking than one lighter in coloration. If the white miller fails to attract, try the black gnat.

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

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