How To Find Trout In A New Area [Fishing Report]


What are the best strategies on how to find trout in a new area?

What are the indicators of seatrout around you?

If you want to catch more trout in new fishing spots, then check out these tips!

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How To Find Trout

As you approach fishing a new area, always make sure to enter slowly and begin fishing further away than you want to.

If you immediately pull up to and stop at a point, odds are you are going to spook the fish out of that spot.

Start your trolling motor further out if you have one and then begin systematically fan-casting around you in search of where the trout are stacked up.

There may be underwater structure such as oysters or shelves where the fish are holding.

Ultimately, the last thing you want to do is spook them out from where they are.

How To Find Trout [VIDEO]

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All in all, finding fish in the winter is all about maintaining stealth and patience as you ease into a spot to avoid spooking fish and know it might take some work to trigger reaction strikes!

If you pre-plan your trips properly and remain up to date on current fishing trends, you can set yourself up for success in no time!

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Wyatt Parcel
1 year ago

Wooo! Nice trout Richard!

Steven Free
1 year ago

In winter to me this is easy I troll it not only catches alot of trout but is an easy way of finding them as well and it’s really surprising at how many anglers I see that dont troll they would rather cast all day or sit in one spot with dead shrimp on the bottom then wonder why they are not catching any many of these anglers I pass while trolling and hook one right in front of them and they still stubbornly sit until there patience wears out but hey that’s great why? More for me ha ha 😉👍


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