Fishing Streams for Brook Trout
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Fishing Streams for Brook Trout

Fishing Streams for Brook Trout




      

Fishing Streams for Brook Trout


Fishing Streams for Brook Trout

Down-stream fishing is best adapted to the swift current of most American trout streams, although where the stream is quiet it may properly, and sometimes to better advantage, be fished up. Large, quiet pools and extensive still-waters may properly first be whipped at the lower part and then from the head. It is not at all necessary to be early on the stream; there are more natural flies on the water after the sun has been up for a time and consequently the trout are then more likely to rise to the artificials. Early in the season a bright day is no disadvantage, rather the opposite; but later, in the latter part of June and in summer, an overcast day is far the best.

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

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