Locating Brook Trout
In spring trout may be found near the surface and on the rapid streams. Later on they retire to the deeper water. In the Northern lakes they may be caught in about five or six feet of water in spring and early summer. When the water grows warm in summer, they can only be caught where the streams empty into the lakes and where springs are found along the shore. In summer they do their feeding mostly in the evening, in the shallow water, and about the mouths of streams. It is useless to fish in the northern lakes in midday, in the middle of the summer, unless you know the location of springs, and you can catch no trout when thunderstorms are brewing.
Brooks, Lake. The Science of Fishing. Columbus, OH: A.R. Harding, 1912. Print.
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