Features in Water that Attract Trout

Trout are concerned with survival. This means they need to be comfortable, have sufficient food and stay alive. Comfort comes into play when considering the temperature and oxygen content of the water. Sufficient food means that there has to be fish, aquatic and terrestrial bugs in the area that they can feed on. Of course, the trout have to stay alive and this includes hiding from predators. So, to take into account all these factors, there are some general waterway features that trout are attracted to. They include:

• Fallen logs

• Overhanging trees

• Water between fifty and sixty eight degrees

• Channels

• River banks

• Coves

• Hatch pools

• Bridges

• Rocks

• Eddies

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