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Question for upcoming Trout season #13714264 09/28/20 06:39 PM
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In a few months they will be planting trout again in Texas. Even though I have been fishing for trout for 45 years I have been trying to figure out the last few years a question about the trout plants in Texas. Do people here find that they bite best right after stocking, or does it take a while for them to start feeding after they get planted. Usually I go a week or two after because I'm afraid they won't be biting immediately, but sometimes they aren't biting then either, depending on the pond.

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It varies depending on weather. I believe the trout are not fed the day before they are transplanted to cut down on the fecal matter and ammonia in the trailer tank. If you wait a week or two, you are missing out on some good fishing. Many ponds are packed at dawn the day after transplant.

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same day or day after, or they will be gone. If this is your first time fishing winter trout in Texas your in for a treat. It will reallly reveal the unemployment rate, especially this year with the china virus. just pic up a cig, butt, color it chartreuse, and you will catch as many 12" trout as you want.


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I have had my best days usually a day after the stocking. If I do fish the date of a stocking the bite normally heats up about an hour after the fish are let out. thumb


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Re: Question for upcoming Trout season [Re: PowerLizard] #13716407 09/30/20 06:30 PM
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Originally Posted by PowerLizard
It varies depending on weather. I believe the trout are not fed the day before they are transplanted to cut down on the fecal matter and ammonia in the trailer tank. If you wait a week or two, you are missing out on some good fishing. Many ponds are packed at dawn the day after transplant.


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