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Posted on Friday, June 26, 2009 in Mens Clothing

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I’ve been fishing for trout while wading in small rivers and streams for more than two decades and have learned many tips and tricks in that time. In this article I will outline a few of these tips and tricks so that you can add them to your trout fishing arsenal. Many people wonder how to trout fish and in my mind the basic answer to this question is “while wading in rivers”. If you want to catch trout, rivers are a great place to start.

While some people elect no to use waders (and in warm weather waders aren’t necessary) I suggest investing in a pair of waders to use while trout fishing in rivers. Waders not only make you much more comfortable, they also enable you to fish while wading during every season, not just when the weather is warm.

Catching trout while wading obviously means that you will be walking in the water where the trout are. This means that you must “tread lightly” as they say. Sound travels great distances under the water, so rocks smacking together because of you walking can easily spook trout. This is especially true with larger, more experienced trout. The bottom line is that you want to “tread lightly” when wading, especially if you are in or near the area of the river you are going to fish.

Any lesson on how to trout fish in rivers has to include the proper use of live worms. Live worms are one of the most effective baits for trout in rivers and using them in an effective manner is extremely important. Let’s begin with how to rig a live worm for trout fishing in flowing water. The best rig I’ve come across is a gang hook rig, which is simply a pair of small hooks tied in tandem that allows a live worm to be rigged in an outstretched and natural manner. If the worms being used are large, the worm is simply pinched in half and rigged on the gang hook rig. The rig is then attached to your line with a small barrel swivel, which prevents line twist and provides a ‘stopper’ for split shot sinkers.

If you want to know how to trout fish, especially in rivers, the answer lies in the gang hook rig. Once rigged, the offering is cast into the current, the bail of the reel is closed, and the rig is allowed to flow naturally with the current. This technique is a phenomenal tactic for catching trout while wading in rivers.

A big issue when wading and using live worms as bait is having an effective way to carry said worms. Just carrying a worm container in your fishing vest is time consuming and not at all efficient, which is why an effective worm carrier is so important. A worm carrier is simply a small bag that hangs from your fishing vest or shirt and holds your live worms while wading. Catching trout while wading means having an effective worm carrier, it’s as simple as that. Having one of these unique devices means that your worms are always at your fingertips rather than in your fishing vest somewhere and baiting up takes seconds, rather than minutes. Over the course of a fishing trip this simple tip will give you a half an hour or more of time with your worm in the water where the trout are, rather than out of the water while you bait up. This is a huge advantage to the angler.

The bottom line is that these simple tips and tricks will make you a much more efficient and effective trout fisherman, especially when attempting to catch trout while wading in flowing rivers.

Trevor Kugler is co-founder of JRWfishing.com and an avid angler. He has more than 25 years experience fishing for all types of fish, and 15 years of business and internet experience. He currently raises his five year old daughter in the heart of trout fishing country.

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What tie can you wear with cardigan grey vest with white shirt and jeans?

So what color tie can you wear with a light grey cardigan vest (the ones that button down) with a long sleeve white dress shirt underneath and dark blue jeans?

And also What color shoes should i wear. does it have to be dressy?
not dressy…just dark blue jeans…

skinny black tie and black shoes, converse, dress shoes, however dressy you need to make it

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