When I became interested in fishing for trout it was summer in the south, unfortunately. I soon found which months were the best across the US (and Canada).
I’m currently planning a trip to a stocked lake and I’ve had success on most PowerBait, but I wanted to find out which were the best to use for stocked trout.
When I first started fishing for trout, I kept hearing about dough balls right and left. Well, I finally found out exactly what they are and how to make them.
Most often, barometric pressure just means our knees or joints get achy with bad weather. But what does it mean for trout?
Fishing for trout at night can be very effective. But what about the moon? Does it have any effect on trout? I did a bit of searching and found some answers.
Growing up in Florida, I was always fishing for largemouth bass. But after moving to Texas, I started to look more into fishing for trout and their differences.
We’ve all been there—you have a trout on the line, but before you could set the hook, it steals the bait and swims off. Read this and set the hook every time.
Using a lighter rig is often a good idea when fishing for trout. But how light of a setup should you get? Well, let’s take a look at ultralight vs light rods.
While not necessary, leaders are a great asset for any fisherman’s tackle box and can help land trout. But how long should your leader be when trout fishing?