Brown trout

The brown trout and the sea trout are fish of the same species.

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They are distinguished chiefly by the fact that the brown trout is largely a freshwater fish, while the sea trout shows anadromous reproduction, migrating to the oceans for much of its life and returning to freshwater only to spawn. More

The brown trout is a native trout of Europe, praised by Izaak Walton. More

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The brown trout is normally considered to be native to Europe and Asia but the natural distribution of the migratory forms may be, in fact, circumpolar. There are also landlocked populations far from the oceans, for example in Greece and Estonia. More

Brown trout (Salmo trutta) (credit: Treat Davidson — The National Audubon Society Collection/Photo Researchers)Prized and wary European game fish (Salmo trutta, family Salmonidae) that is favoured for food. The species includes several varieties (e.g., the Loch Leven trout of Britain). More

Currently, brown trout are one of the most widespread species of the trout and salmon family. The brown trout (Salmo trutta) is possibly the most popular of all the trout species targeted by fly fishers. More

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The brown trout, from the high-country of the Sierra Nevadans to the creeks of New England, is an immigrant of not so recent vintage. It's been in this land for so long, it is naturalized, an irrevocable strand in the fabric that makes up the natural world. More

Brown trout, Salmo trutta are widely distributed in Colorado, with self-sustaining populations occurring in nearly every mountain stream and body of water between 6,000 and 10,000 feet in elevation. More

Brown trout are the hardiest of the trout species and as a result can tolerate water warmer and less clear than rainbows and especially brook trout require. Most trout streams are in southeastern Minnesota and along the North Shore. More

The brown trout, a popular game fish, was not found in Minnesota before European settlement. A native of Europe and Asia, it was introduced to the state in the early 1900s. More

lakes and ponds and brown trout (6 to 9-inches) during October in Clear Creek, Clear Fork River, and the Mad River. More

Still, brown trout are one of the trout species most likely to strike an artificial fly. For this reason, the brown trout has remained an all-time favourite of dedicated fly fishermen since the fifteenth century. More

The brown trout, similar to the rainbow trout, is also found extensively throughout the world. The brown trout, which was originally a European and Asian fish, has made its way to North America, New Zealand and South America. More

The brown trout is a salmonid and is also known as German brown trout, German trout, Lochleven trout, or European brown trout. Distribution Brown trout naturally occur throughout Europe and western Asia. More

eight to ten pounds but a 15-pound brown trout is a true trophy fish. Think about it, a ten to fifteen pound brown. Where in the world you go to catch a brown trout like that; New Zealand. More

Brown trout is something of a misnomer for many Great Lakes members of this species, since lake-run browns are predominately silver in color. In addition, the body spots, so characteristic of their stream-dwelling cousins, are often obscured in lake-dwellers. More

Brown trout spawn in autumn and the beginning of winter, in a water temperature of about 8 More

Brown trout are members of the Atlantic trout and salmon subgroup of the salmon family (Salmonidae) which also includes the Sevan trout, Ohrid trout, Adriatic trout, flathead trout and Atlantic salmon. More

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Brown trout, a European relative of the Atlantic salmon, arrived in North America as early as 1883 and were introduced to Wisconsin waters four years later. More

increased the likelihood that sea run brown trout will move into the freshwater Manasquan River. These brown trout usually remain in the lower brackish river near freshwater seeps until a large pulse of freshwater draws them upriver. More

The brown trout also has dark spots on the dorsal and adipose fins and vague spots on the tail, though nothing like the prominent radiating spots on the tail of the rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). More

Brown Trout Spawning in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park - Posted Wed, 11/11/2009 - 16:19 by jmaslar Average: Your rating: None Average: 4 (1 vote) I would like to discuss the spawn of the brown trout which should be More

A beautiful 10+ brown trout taken on the Trophy StickAdded to Quicklist4:32A beautiful 10+ brown trout taken on the Trophy... More

Order : Salmoniformes
Family : Salmonidae
Genus : Salmo
Species : Salmo trutta
Authority : Linnaeus, 1758