3 expert tips for tackling trout in tiny streams

When it comes to fishing, it’s usually better to take the road less travelled. In the case of small-stream brook trout, though, that can mean fishing in really cramped conditions. That’s where an ice-fishing rod can help. It’s ideal for fishing in tight spaces, amid overgrown vegetation and along thick, impenetrable riverbanks. Here’s how to get more year-round use out of your ice gear—and catch some trout in the process…

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