The chance

Bass fishing Jim Hendrick

Thirty yards out he leaps from the water, falling back with a mighty splash, then he turns and makes for the rocks and breakers on my right. A few palpitating seconds of heavy pressure and I have him travelling towards me, when suddenly he slows up and I feel as if I had a 30 pound salmon on my line instead of a good sea-trout. He has run into weed.

R.N. LochheadRod Well Bent 1951

 

Saltwater sea trout Ireland

Saltwater sea trout fishing

 

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