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Old 04-10-2007, 02:11 PM
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floating or sinking objects spooking trout

a fellow fisherman told me the other day that that trout can get spooked by anything floating over them in the surface (example a floating line or a piece of wood), but they won´t mind any objects passing by them under the water (a sinking line or the same piece of wood). Does anybody know if this is true? It makes me curious.
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