Ann Allison Fishing Bait December 12th, 2017 - 07:11:09
This is probably what the trout fish will be saying to themselves every time you get the trout fishing bait all wrong. While they may be voracious feeders and even have the predatory/cannibalistic instincts, this fish can just simply ignore whatever bait you use. Here are some common reasons: Every angler must always use bait that best mimics the natural prey. This means that lures and flies must bear a striking resemblance to fishs food or natural prey or they will be ignored. Trout fish can see in color so it is always recommended that one should use colored bait because of the good visibility in water that they posses.
In this article Im going to list the top three trout fishing baits of all time. When it comes to trout fishing bait there are a ton of choices, so how do you determine the top 3? While there is always room for other baits to be listed, these three baits have long been known as extremely effective baits for trout fishing. Any one of them will help you catch trout, and when the proper techniques are used with any of these baits, many times the results can be deadly (for the trout of course). The interesting thing about fishing for trout is that there are two different kinds of trout. Not species, but kinds of trout. The two kinds of trout are stocked and native. Stocked trout are planted by the government and native trout are born naturally in the river stream or lake that they are found. Actually, once a stocked trout has been in a waterway for a couple of years, its becomes "native", but stocked trout in the eight inch and up size range are a completely different animal. These stocked trout eat things like corn and cheese, which arent the kind of trout fishing bait that Im going to be referring to.
All fish, including trout, are on a constant look-out for shelter to keep cool as well as hide from larger predators and food. If you take some basic principles into account along with the time of year and your fishing surroundings, choosing the right bait to catch big trout is pretty simple. It makes sense doesnt it? The livelier the worm, grub or bait fish is on the end of your hook, the more luck any fisherman would have in attracting a trout into having them attack whats on the end of your line. However, how many times have your pulled a big fat night crawler out of your bait box that has as much spring and energy as a wet dish rag? Or, many fisherman hold on a bit too long to the worm on the end of their line, and the poor old sucker is just a limp old sweat sock? Yeah, we all have.
When it comes to trout fishing bait, whats an anglers best option? Is it live bait such as: worms, maggots, minnows, or crayfish? Or are synthetic baits such as: Power bait, Power Nuggets, and marshmallows a better bet? What about old stand bys like cheese and corn for trout fishing bait? When it comes to trout fishing bait, which is the best approach? Not to sound like a politician, but they all have their good points, which I will discuss in this article. There are some simple things that can be done no matter which type of bait you use, such as employing a set of gang hooks that will make all of your bait fishing that much more successful, and much more successful when using live worms as trout fishing bait.