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  You don't say anything
  Posted by: taj on Sep-01-11 1:11 PM (EST)
 

about location or type of water. For that matter, type of trout either. Stocker rainbows will eat just about anything. Greenback cutthroat are a little more picky. Around here the most successful trout fishermen use flies. If you can't fly fish you might try a fly with a bobber. Use the clear bobber that you can fill with a bit of water for weight but it still can float. Again, the species of trout, time of year, location, and even weather will dictate which fly might be best. I tend to use an imitation of what ever lands on me on my way sneaking up to the creek or beaver pond. The same would hold true for in the kayak. Use the fly like the bug that you find out there.

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