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brown trout

a common brownish variety of the trout Salmo trutta that occurs in the rivers of N Europe and has been successfully introduced in North America
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Known locally as "The Jedi" for his extensive angling knowledge, his catch is thought to be the largest wild brown trout ever fished out of the club's rivers.
Growth parameters of brown trout in polycultures demonstrated that the best growth was observed in G66K34 polyculture group (p0.
Its great news that brown trout have returned its a clear indicator of the brooks renewed health as high quality water and a good habitat are vital requirements for them to spawn.
We are lucky in this region to have the excellent wild brown trout reservoirs of Balderhead, Cow Green and Selset over in Teesdale.
Association General Treasurer Gwyn Davies made the right choice when he tied on an olive emerger and caught and released seven rainbows and a 3lb brown trout from the top pond while Steve Kean found an olive nymph effective when his top pond session produced three rainbows and a brown trout.
Conway Management investors visited the property in May and formed Brown Trout Inc.
In fact, the history of trout in Zimbabwe starts off with the introduction of Brown trout into Nyanga's cool streams.
In our study, the changes in gill NKA activity and CC size were investigated through the gradual and direct transfer of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) and brown trout (Salmo trutta forma fario) from FW to SW (36.
Steven Atherton from Blyth caught and returned a 13lb brown trout from the bottom lake.
The official Irish trout record, which has stood for more than a century, is held by William Mears who landed a brown trout of 26lb 2oz from Lough Ennell in 1894.
They showed improving numbers of roach, chub, brown trout and grayling.
Mr Jones said brown trout are only spotted at this size around once a decade.