Selecting Fly Fishing Tackle for Pool Fishing
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Selecting Fly Fishing Tackle for Pool Fishing

Selecting Fly Fishing Tackle for Pool Fishing




      

Selecting Fly Fishing Tackle for Pool Fishing


Selecting Fly Fishing Tackle for Pool Fishing

The angler who customarily fishes a stream wherein there are many wide pools likely to harbor large trout should select his outfit with the greatest care, with a view to fishing for the larger trout and allowing the small fry to stay in the water. In other words, the angler should make the big trout the chief object of the day's fishing and not have his tackle suited only to small fish. One reason why the "big one" so often gets away is because trout fishing to many anglers means merely the taking of numerous young fish little better than fingerlings and when a trout of good fighting size takes hold of the tackle he easily tears it apart. Of course, if the chance of striking a really good fish is very remote, as when fishing the smallest streams, it is best to use the very lightest tackle, for therein lies the sport of taking the smaller trout.

Strong tackle, suited to fairly large trout, is far from implying coarse tackle. Coarse tackle in trout fishing is of almost no use save on very exceptional occasions. The brook trout is by nature one of the wariest of game fish and in most localities has in addition a very thorough education in angling affairs. Strong tackle is not necessarily coarse, but to obtain it of a quality good enough to embody both strength and fineness as regards caliber and material it is necessary to use judgment in its selection and to pay the price. It may be noted here, although not enlarged upon, that coarse tackle is not always strong tackle. The distinction between tackle too coarse and that which is suitable, although easily recognized in concrete cases by both fish and fishermen, is difficult to set down in so many words. Frequently it may be a matter of inch-thousandths and the micrometer caliper.

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

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