When it comes to fishing in Australia, very few freshwater fish can exhilarate both new and veteran anglers quite like rainbow trout. Introduced to Western Australia in 1927, the rainbow trout was brought over to provide people with a target for recreational fishing—a goal that has been met to this day.
Rainbow trouts sport a beautiful silver colour with a strong pink stripe running down its body. They have a tendency to leap high into the air once it’s snagged on a line, making for a breathtaking and adrenaline-pumping sight.
Those who are eager to try their hand at recreational fishing may want to try and start with the rainbow trout. Not only does it provide a hearty challenge, but it is also perfect for photo purposes. If you are interested in targeting this majestic aquatic creature, here are a few tips to help you increase your odds of landing “the big one”. Post originally appeared on GetawayOutdoors.com.au blog page. http://bit.ly/2lBknnC