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Troll With The Flow

SIMPLE TECHNIQUE EFFECTIVE FOR TAILWATER TROUT

Posted: December 27, 2012 at 1:44 a.m.

Roy Clark, a trout and walleye guide on the White River below Beaver Dam, checks his line while trolling for trout Dec. 13. Clark trolls spoons or floating Rapala lures for trout during winter.

If Roy Clark makes one cast every half-hour or so when he’s trout fishing, that’s a lot.

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Trolling Colorado spoons worked to catch rainbow trout such as this one at the White River below Beaver Dam. (By: Flip Putthoff)

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Outdoor, Pages 7 on 12/27/2012

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