TECHNIQUES FOR TOUGH TROUT, part 2

STEALTH

All a wild trout is concerned with are safety, eating and reproduction.


His view of the outside world is through a cone shaped window called Snell’s Circle. It’s the same 24/7, 365 days per year. Any change means danger resulting in lock jaw at best or a fleeing trout alerting all of its colleagues.


Stalking a wild trout is not the place for your favorite red hat or your nifty orange line.


Saying the flash from your favorite bamboo rod is a fish conservation tool sounds like a sacrilege but don’t let it flash in the window! Your lovely, shiny vest tools need to meet some oliive bow paint or duct tape and, keep Rover under control!


To be continued

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