Ice Fishing Trout

If you are ice fishing for Trout then you are going to need to know the right information.

The trout is a member of a species of both freshwater and saltwater fish. This species is closley related to the salmon genera.

Trout live in environments that are dramatically different and this causes them to have a wide variety of colorations and patterns. There patterns and colours act as camouflage for the fish. Trout have spineless fins and all of them have a fatty fin along their back near the tail.

There are several different variations of trout. Some examples are the brook trout, the aurora trout, and the extinct silver trout. Trout are usually found in cool clear lakes and streams.

Trout generally feed on other fish and inverterbrates such as, flies, mayflies, caddisflies, stoneflies, mollusks and dragonflies.

In rivers, deep pools can hide big trout. It is recommended that anglers should use 4-8 lb line and a 8-5 hook size for trout of all kinds. The best bait to use while ice fishing trout is salmon eggs, worms, minnows, cut bait, or corn.

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