Posted on June 21 2005
John Corrigan explores the reasons why too much trout fishing can make one a poor Atlantic Salmon fisher. “Salmon are known as the king of game fish because of their muscle and fight. The same qualities apparently make the faster current more attractive. Trout will take up positions in the slower water. The same principle applies to how the species relate to underwater boulders. Salmon hang upstream from the obstructions. Trout prefer the calmer water on the downstream side.” In the Concord (New Hampshire) Monitor.