Van Vliet, John
June 2008
Trout: The Complete Guide to Catching Trout with Flies, Artifici;6/ 1/2008, p57
The article offers information on spinning and baitcasting tackle and the factors to be considered when selecting one. Various spinning and baitcasting tackle are used by stream trout anglers for fishing hardware and natural bait rigs. The three types of rods used in stream trout fishing are presented, including light spinning, medium spinning and steelhead and salmon while a large-diameter spool and a smooth drag are deemed ideal for one's spinning reel. Clear mono or monoshaded lines are mostly used since trout are aversive to lines.


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