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What water temp are trout most active?

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Between 34 and 67 degrees Fahrenheit Trout are most actively feeding in comfortable water temperatures between 34 and 67 degrees Fahrenheit. Trout feeding picks up just as the water temperature rises one degree above 40, 45 and 49 degrees Fahrenheit, so taking the water temperature every hour is beneficial.

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