Winter Trout: Ignore the Bottom Huggers

February 1, 2005 By: Marshall Cutchin

“Pay no attention to trout that are ‘nailed to the bottom of the river.’ Those fish are zoned, spaced out, shut down. Their metabolisms barely are chugging along in winter’s frigid currents.” Ed Dentry takes Pat Dorsey’s advice to concentrate on sight fishing to fish that are higher in the water column and forget about the bottom-huggers. In the Rocky Mountain News.