Prolonging the life of your tackle is vital if you want to ensure that fighting trout doesn’t slip away at the last minute and more importantly, if you want to avoid buying new kit every season.
Finding out what the local trout have been feeding on can help increase your prospective chances of increasing the number of bites your line gets. Spooning a catch to investigate its body contents will reveal what it has recently been feeding on.
An initiative by anglers, set up to help give an indication of the state of fly life in rivers of Britain, has provided valuable information on their future sport as well as evidence of pollution.
Speaking with a lot of experienced and beginner anglers alike you will notice that a lot of fishers are uncomfortable fishing for trout with spoons. The truth is that they are missing out. There seems to some sort of fear when it comes to using spoons, and most of the worry is really unjust.