An angler holds onto his rod as a rainbow trout jumps out of the water. Rainbow trout have a reputation as stronger fighters than brown trout, which tend to swim around doggedly when hooked (although they can also jump). Rainbow trout can take off on long runs and jump out of the water.
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Photograph by Carl Walrond
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