So we put together a tutorial video around how we catch stocked trout in lakes/ponds. As many of you know stocked trout, especially freshly stocked trout, act differently than wild/native trout. So this video talks about some of those tactics. Would love any of your guys feedback and own tactics as well!
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My technique is to use reaction baits when they are first introduced into the wherever and when they have been in a week or so you'll notice the bait fishermen all go off at a certain time. The stocker trout swim around in a big circle and mow through ( feeding time at the hatchery ) everything leaving the holdover trout holding the bag until the stockers get thinned out. The holdovers if any are on baitfish and in a water temp and depth that is right for them whatever time of year they got stocked. I think of trout as baitfish until they are over 4 pounds unless they are the top tier of that system. If they share the water with largemouth it well It's not to complicated
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