Trout Fishing Lures

The sport of trout fishing is the easiest and by far one of the most exciting subdivisions in the field of fishing. Why might you ask? Well, a river is much smaller than an ocean or a lake, so fish are much easier to locate. I’m sure this claim can be argued, but in my opinion, it is much easier to catch a fish when you know where they are.

At my home stream, the Chattahoochee River, I can get in and catch a large number of fish in a short amount of time. While in a lake I can fish all day I am not lucky at all. Okay, I’ve already laid out my reasons, now is the time to bite the bullet: the secret behind my success.

When fishing for trout, there are really only two different skills to master blue marlin fishing. One is where to look for them and the other is which lure or bait to use. Now when it comes to trout fishing, there are tons of lures to choose from, but my all-time favorite is the little cleo, which is a spoon that mimics a bait fish. Now most professionals will say that a rooster’s tail is the best lure for trout fishing, but folks, I am not prejudiced in my claim. If a rooster’s tail caught more fish, then it would be using it. Little cleo fishes the rooster tail up and down the board and is the undisputed winner. If you want to catch more fish, you should consider this little information.

So when you have all the necessary equipment, you need to know where to fish. I’m not going to say that there are only a few sections of the river to fish because that would be wrong. Trout can be caught anywhere in a river because they are often on the move, but there are some places where you will be more successful.