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Do you fish up or downstream for trout?

Asked: Ryan Allen, Date Created:

When fishing for trout, is it better to fish upstream or downstream? It is better to fish upstream. Fishing upstream allows you to use the current to your advantage, to remain less detectable to fish, and it's simply safer than fishing downstream. That said, there are times when fishing downstream also makes sense.

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