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Landing a Trout without a Net

Landing a Trout without a Net




      

Landing a Trout without a Net


Landing a Trout without a Net

When a trout is hooked, if the banks are so brushy that you cannot beach him or swing—not throw—him out, the fish should be slowly reeled in up to the leader knot, taking pains not to reel this knot through the tip guide and thus fouling the line, and then brought in through the brush by pulling the rod toward you down low. Many trout will be lost by attempting to land them in this way and it should only be used as the last resort in the worst and most brushy places. Move slowly and quietly, keep as far back from the brook as possible without using too long a line and thus inviting disaster, and use deliberation in the choice of methods for the various little pools, falls, and riffles. The first cast is the one that counts.

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

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