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Fishing Deep Pools for Trout

Fishing Deep Pools for Trout




      

Fishing Deep Pools for Trout


Fishing Deep Pools for Trout

Although fly-casting consists for the most part of fast-water fishing, yet in nearly every stream there are many deep, still pools and often long reaches of still-water wherein are resident the very largest trout of the river. Aristocratic seclusion is theirs, and their rule is absolute. Quietly the activities of the pool go on about them. At times a muskrat or mink stems silently the still surface of the waters. Nervous kingfishers perch momentarily on overhanging branches and then, rattling, seek other vantage points. Insect life is abundant about the pool, from brilliant butterflies to invisible midges. At times a kindergarten of foolish minnows ventures into the sacred precincts; scattered, with some lost and many wounded, they dart away before the onslaught of the weighty residents. Thus living at ease, with much good eating which comes to them quite independently of effort on their part, serene in the knowledge of their superior strength and size, the brook trout of the still-waters wax ever mightier and, from the angler's viewpoint, more desirable.

Dark-skinned fish, these, from long residence in deep water well shaded, and in shape chunky and full bellied. Dignified and deliberate of mien are they and of temperament highly suspicious, for the reward of the easy life of the pool is won by those individuals only who are best fitted to survive. Once they too free-lanced in the riffles and rapids with others of their kind, seeking daily sustenance at the risk of divers sudden deaths. In time, however, they assumed formidable proportions and became themselves the lords of the stream. To this distinction they arrived only by exceptionally good fortune and unusual self-protective abilities. It would seem, then, that the angler who would successfully match his skill against the sagacity of these veterans must depend largely upon strategy and the ability to suit tackle to occasion.

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

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