Trout Fishing

The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources fisheries management programs are designed to provide a variety of fishing opportunities and experiences for anglers. The DNR endeavors to develop opportunities that range from native brook trout creeks to musky streams and large river catfish, and from small impoundment bluegill to reservoir bass and walleye. These programs consist of efforts focused on coldwater and warmwater species management and their habitats. Research, stocking, public access development, regulations, and outreach combined with habitat protection, improvement, and restoration form the foundation of the state's management of the state's fishery resources

Rainbows are native to the Pacific coast and were introduced into NY waters in the 1870's. Rainbows are found in streams, rivers, lakes and ponds. Like brown trout, they can tolerate higher water temperatures than brook trout. Around 392,000 rainbow trout are stocked each spring into streams and lakes.

When casting hardware you don't have to worry about an unnatural drift. Minnows swim in all directions. You still must make a cautious approach to the pool. A favorite strategy is to bait fish a stream, working your way upstream, and then cast spinners to the same pools on the way back.

Trout is the name for a number of species of freshwater fish belonging to the genera Oncorhynchus, Salmo and Salvelinus, all of the subfamily Salmoninae of the family Salmonidae. The word trout is also used as part of the name of some non-salmonid fish such as Cynoscion nebulosus, the spotted seatrout or speckled trout.

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Grasshoppers and crickets are most often used in the fall. They can be hooked once through the tough portion of their body, above the front legs, or simply threaded on to the hook. These baits are most effective when drifted downstream into likely trout cover.

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Deep pools interspersed with riffles provide a variety of places for trout fishing. They are logical places for the fish to hide and ambush their prey. The riffle provides feeding sites for small trout, while the lunkers often inhabit the pool. The upstream end of a pool is the best location to fish for trout, where the inflowing current is strongest. Trout will congregate near the bottom and forage on drifting food organisms. The fish will sometimes move to the lower end of the pool during late evening when there is a heavy insect hatch.

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