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What is the best bait to catch brown trout?

Asked: Jessika Lacerte, Date Created:

The best baits are live nightcrawlers, minnows, and spawn on a #4 hook or smaller. Get some weight above your hook, such as a split shot or an egg sinker (depending on the conditions), to keep your bait in the strike zone. Let it move through the water like an easy target.

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