Trout normally give indications on their location and feeding preference. In some cases, however, a fisherman will have to look very closely for clues on how to catch trout. Several tips on how to fish for trout are presented.Arising trout not only reveals where it is but tells you what it’s taking at the time. sometimes you have to do a little detective work to find just what they’re after and what flies to use, but basically, the trout are giving you plenty of clues.

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TURKEYS:

Instead of just using calls, try imitating other sounds to lure in the atom. One of the most important is the sound of a hen scratching to feed. Pull a patch of leaves sharply with your hand or foot. Do this several times, pause, then make a few yelps or clucks.
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Onboard meals can be as extravagant when presented in a fine-dining style. A fisher’s experience in one of his fishing trips, however, has proven that even people used to onboard fine dining can also appreciate and even enjoy eating simple meals.

Onboard meals take many forms, but when you’re hungry, even the simple things taste great.
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Eight members of a Varsity Scout Team spent a week rafting on the Gulkana River in south-central Alaska. They caught a king and redeye salmon as large as 45 lbs and cooked them over their evening campfire.

In Alaska, Land of the Midnight Sun, Scouts lose sleep to hook monster salmon.

Long past midnight, when most campers slide into a deep sleep and dream of perfect outings in which blisters never form and muscles never ache, the big beasts came.
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