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Trout Fishing Guide
by: Soh Suad Hun

Trouts can be found in many freshwater streams, lakes and rivers across the globe, particularly in the United States, Canada, Europe and New Zealand.

As a fisherman, it is important that you always consider what type of trout you are after and their feeding habits to better understand and plan your approach.

There are three very popular types of trout:

• Speckled trout (brook trout)
• Rainbow trout
• Brown trout

The species and type will depend on where you are fishing at and what part of the world you are in.

Brook trout (speckled trout) thrive in smaller streams of good water quality, in pools of water more shallow than where you typically find other types of trout. They are smaller in size than other trouts but can be very aggressive.

Rainbow trout are typically native to the west coast of USA but due to stocking, they are found in many other areas as well. They occupy large water of streams and rivers and have different habitats than the other two types. They are famous for their "tail-walking" which is similar to water acrobats and is quite exciting for many fishermen to watch.

The Brown trout is larger in size compared to the Brook trout and the Rainbow trout. It is found in abundance in many areas of Europe and USA. This type of trout are usually more difficult to catch as they are wary of fishing lures and bait and not aggressive as the brook trout. More patience are required when fishing for brown trout. They are usually found in deeper pools of water and most often feed early in the morning or late in the afternoon.

Before you set off for your trout fishing trip, do you homework. Find out as much about the area/ streams/rivers that you will be fishing on. Are there many fishermen fishing there too? What's the temperature and climate? Is the area a public or government owned that has regulations? Go on the internet and join a forum so you can ask around people who have fished there before.

The more you know about the area and the fish that you plan to catch, they more successful you will be in your trout fishing attempts.

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