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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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Salmon River Pulaski New York Steelhead

Spectacular is the only word that repeats in my head after spending some time in the Pulaski area of New York State on the famed Salmon River chasing fresh Steelhead and Brown Trout on the Centrepin.2008 has been exceptional so far on the run of Steelhead entering this 12 mile watershed since about the end of October. The Salmon River has controlled flow from an electric dam upstream. Our trip occurred on a steady flow of 750 cfs which continued to bring waves of fresh chrome into the river.

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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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Floating Soft Baits

New designs keep plastics on the up and up Floating Soft Baits... Soft plastic baits have been catching their good share of fish for many years: bass, walleye, pike, and muskie have all been deceived by their subtle actions.

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