New Video: How do you know THAT FISH won’t eat your fly?

Experienced anglers know that you won’t catch all the trout we line up on. Some fish you can tell straight away that they will be extremely difficult to catch while other trout will be put down after one cast, still others might actually have to be hooked a time or two during your session before they show signs that they are done. Sometimes a trout bolts for cover, other times they simply sulk, and some will simply drop out of their feeding depth to a holding depth. They also exhibit body language that tells you it’s time to move on to find a happier feeding fish – let’s have a look!

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