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Fall Brown Trout

Fall Brown Trout

The weather is cool, and fall is in the air. By now most of us float fishermen have had our fill of Chinook salmon in the creeks and rivers. A lot of the salmon have been in since early September and don’t have near the fighting spirit they did as freshies. We want something new and exciting, something that possesses the true spirit of fall river fishing. The answer to our longing is the brown trout.

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October Chrome

Targeting Trophy Chrome

If you've invested any amount of time pursuing lake Ontario Steelhead then by now you are likely aware of the environmental influences that are responsible for triggering the autumn migrations. While steelies begin to trickle into the tributaries come late September, stronger numbers become more prevalent as the weeks progress - especially when influenced by cool temperatures and autumn freshets.

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Understanding Line

The ideal main line for float fishing should be relatively buoyant and offer good abrasion resistance. Since all fishing lines sink, it is best to choose ones that will sink relatively slowly. Thinner diameter lines are also preferable because they are less affected by the wind and cut through the water's surface tension more easily when mending the line.

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Float Fishing for Carp

Anyone who has caught a carp by accident, probably thought it was the largest trout, muskie or pike they have ever hooked. Few anglers have had any luck targeting them seriously, as they refuse virtually all baits and bolt away at the first sign of trouble. However, will a little preparation and the right approach, carp fishing can be extremely successful. Using the same delicate floats and light lines that we use for steelhead, we've had some phenomenally successful days.

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