Use Heavy Tackle for Brown Trout
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Use Heavy Tackle for Brown Trout

Use Heavy Tackle for Brown Trout




      

Use Heavy Tackle for Brown Trout


Use Heavy Tackle for Brown Trout

Very light tackle should not be used when fishing a stream wholly or partially inhabited by brown trout. The writer has seen many brownies weighing from two to three pounds, two fish weighing over four pounds each, and there are well authenticated captures of brown trout up to the vicinity of seven pounds. As noted below, the brown trout, when conditions are favorable, is a fast-water fish and even with reasonably strong though sportsmanlike tackle, the chances are very much in favor of the fish. The outfit should be strong throughout. A ten-foot six-ounce fly-rod is well suited to the game, and the leader particularly should be strong and of the finest quality.

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

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