Here in Washington State, the coming of spring means opening day of spring trout season. Even though there are plenty of places you can fish year round in the state for trout, this is a special time when waters that have been closed all winter open to fishing, prepped by the WDFW with freshly planted trout to augment existing populations. Continue reading Spring Trout Fishing From a Boat→
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Here in Washington state spring means Opening Day of trout season. Even though there are plenty of places you can fish year round in the state for trout, this is a special time when waters that have been closed all winter open to bank fishing, prepped by the WDFW with freshly planted trout to augment existing populations.
The general rule should be limits for most people when fishing those first few weeks. Unfortunately, I see so many people just catching a 2 or 3 fish over several hours. I’d like help all of you catch your limit of trout in just an hour or two.
Walk into any tackle shop and you’ll be bombarded with what looks like a billion different trout lures, each one a different color. How do you tell which ones will catch fish, not just fishermen? Long, hard experience is the unfortunate answer. But to make things easier on you, I’ve compiled this list of my 10 favorite trout lures, split into two parts. These lures can be used from boat or shore, and will catch fish year round.