We have talked about you moving around and a little bit about the waters current, but you also need to understand how movement affects the water in relation to temperature. When the water's temperature rises from cool to warm, trout tend to feel distressed. During this time, they do not feed often and they stay very still. Again, oxygen levels are reduced, making it uncomfortable for the fish. On the other hand, when the water's temperature goes from warm to cool and the oxygen levels increase, the better the trout feels and the more it will move about.

The way in which the water moves can also affect the temperature. For example, if you are fishing in slow-moving water, the temperatures tend to be warmer whereas fast-moving water is cooler.

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