Still Water Trout Strike Slowly
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Still Water Trout Strike Slowly

Still Water Trout Strike Slowly




      

Still Water Trout Strike Slowly


Still Water Trout Strike Slowly

As a rule the brook trout of the still-waters strikes slowly, in a manner quite different from the voracious dash of his brothers of the rapids. Leisurely he rises to the surface and sucks in the fly, natural or artificial, and with equal deliberation returns to his lair. It is necessary to strike at the psychological moment. The tendency is to strike too quickly, a better fault than to strike too late. If the rise is missed, it is well not to re-cast immediately, but to rest the pool for a few moments, a matter, by the way, requiring no little self-restraint in case the rising fish is a large one.

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

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