Typical Brook Trout
The brook trout is essentially a creature of varied moods and tenses. He is here to-day; gone to-morrow. To-day he favors some certain fly, to-morrow another and quite different insect. At one time he is lively and playful; at another sluggish and sulky. To an uncertain degree only can his actions be forecasted. But, although he is eccentric, and many of his actions are exceptions to all rules, several facts are generally true of him. Given the proper outfit and competent skill in its use, there remains for the fly-fisherman only the necessity of compassing as far as may be these general truths about trout.
Camp, Samuel Granger. The Fine Art of Fishing. New York: Outing Pub., 1911. Print.
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