Trout is a fish that you will find more commonly in North America, and since they are winter fishes, you will find them in more abundance during the colder months, so the best time to go trout fishing will be at November. Trout happens to be a popular species to fish and is a part of the top 5 most fished species in America, and if you happen to be interested in giving it a go yourself, then Arkansas is the place to be given that trout populations happen to be very concentrated there.
There are three main kinds of trout, and this includes rainbow trout, brown trout, and then the brook trout. You can also find other variations like lake trout, steel trout and so on. A trout can grow anywhere between a couple of inches to over a foot in length, so your choice of bait will determine the kind of trout you catch. If you are baiting insects and crawfish, then you are going to attract small trout, and that is fine if that is your goal. However, if you are looking to catch bigger trout, then you will not be able to do that by baiting it with insects. The only way you can catch a big trout is by either using smaller fish like a minnow, which is a very popular part of a larger trout’s diet or by using salmon eggs since they are known to have a preference for those as well. Bigger trout also means having to put up with an actual fight because a trout that is up to a feet long and over is used to wrestling and fending itself off in deeper waters, so you will have to put in a lot more physical effort when you are trying to wrestle one of these out of the water with your fishing line.