Rocks And Logs (6 of 12)
The current digs a depression in front of rocks and often along their sides, that gives trout a better crack at drifting food than behind a rock. The same goes for fallen trees and logs. I'd be willing to bet you'll find more trout in front of a fallen tree, which fishermen call sweepers, than behind it. Because the tree often strains a lot of the food from the water before it gets to the trout and funnels it to the very best place near a fallen tree, at its outside point.