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Beginner wants to learn to fish. Am I out of luck with Rainbows?
I'm interested in fishing as a leisure activity. My friends say that they're able to catch a LOT of fish, by making it so that the fish are much more likely to bite as they're approached and hooked.
AFAIK, these "players" seem to be able to keep them very calm, and can work the baits of one type or another (i.e. worms, shad, minnows) for extended periods of time.
I'm not experienced at all. I've never caught a fish. But I can swim really well and throw pretty well. (I can hold my breath for much longer than most people). I own a simple fishing rod and am willing to invest in equipment if need be. I live in Boston, so I've also found local fishermen who are nice.
But I've always been more interested in other things, and I'm skeptical that I'd be very successful at this (i.e. bored to tears) if I am that far out of my league. Can anyone recommend a book, or in-person advice?
Rainbow trout fishing is usually pretty easy and, considering how widespread these fish are, there are plenty of choices for finding a guide.
If you are interested in learning some of the techniques you could start with Oregon's Fishing Guide Alliance. They offer introductory classes to both fly-fishing and spinning. These are very similar in their basic philosophy, as the goals are to demonstrate how to locate fish and place baits, but differences in techniques can make them stand out.
I also like to read the Trout Unlimited website for information on upcoming events and details on where they keep Rainbow Trout.
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