Fly Fishing : Trout & Their Habitat
Jumping Rainbow Trout
Successful fly fishing involves lots of things, including having
the proper fly fishing gear, using the right flies, being able
to cast correctly and many more little things that all combine
to determine whether a fly fishing outing is successful or not.
However, one thing that many anglers completely forget about is
learning about the actual fish that they are chasing! A strong
knowledge of the various types of trout is of crucial importance.
about the various types of trout that you are fly fishing for
can help immensely in improving your catch. This section
of Fly Fishing Gear.Info will cover the primary types of trout
and also provides helpful information about a trout’s
Trout : Goes into detail about the elusive
and exciting rainbow trout. Few freshwater fish match the
fight and beauty
of a Rainbow Trout.
Trout : Brown trout are the "smartest" of
the trout family, frequently frustrating beginners and professionals
Learn more about the elusive and challenging Brown
Trout : Frequently gullible, yet extremely
tasty, brook trout are wonderful trout to fish for - especially
they frequently inhabit absolutely beautiful settings. Learn
more about Brook Trout.
Trout : Cutthroat trout are generally
found only in high alpine lakes or in some selected areas
of the Pacific Northwest.
Learn more about Cutthroat
Trout : Rare and elusive, the Golden Trout inhabits some
of the most remote lakes in the United States. Learn more about
the Golden Trout.
Senses - Overview :
Goes over the importance of a trout senses
and why any angler wants to be aware of them.
Trout's Sense of Smell : Learn about the powerful abilities
of a trout to smell - and how it effects your fly fishing.
Trout's Sense of Sight : Learn how a trout see's. Once
you know how a trout see's things, you can know how to avoid
putting yourself into plain sight of them.
Trout's Sense of Sound : The sense of sound in trout
is quite acute. So it pays to know how they hear and what
you can and can not do.