If you take a good and thorough look at even the simplest and/or smallest things, you’ll be amazed at how many lessons they can teach you. For example, any beginner in trout fishing would ask: “What’s the best fly to pick for a good catch?”

Just like a swindler trying to find his prey’s weakness in order to catch him off guard, the fisherman will need to study the surroundings, the character of the trout– and the trouts’ likes and dislikes. But trout are really witty, mind you. Trout are very wary of their environment, with a keen sense of sight and so once the trout discovers your bait, the same technique won’t work the second time around.

So what to do?

Just like a popular poll for food preferences, trout do have a common favorite!…



Source by James Field