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What are brown trout attracted to?

Asked: Savard🛠🏎, Last Updated:

Brown trout seem to be highly attracted to baits and lures which cause a lot of pulsations and water movement. Therefore, using a spinner or spinning spoon bait will work well for trout. These things come in various colors and sizes, so you can choose the one that works best for you situation.

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