brown trout


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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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The remainder will be planted in November," said Giusti, adding that he expects more brown trout to be planted in 2007.
Peter Hollis caught and returned a lovely 3lb wild brown trout.
Some 48 were Arctic charr, 42 salmon, 105 brown trout and eight sea trout.
The wild brown trout waters of Cow Green, Selset, Balderhead and Blackton open on March 22.
The fish pass works by slowing the flow of water to a speed which brown trout can swim upstream against.
I just love to beat the other guy; whether it's for a nickel or for a soda, or a hundred bucks," offered Bernie Lempicki, underlining his words with a broad grin as he netted a brown trout trolled from the depths of Wallum Lake in Douglas.
ANGELSEY'S Llyn Cefni, Llangefni, has seen an increased head of native wild brown trout this year.
THIS might not be the biggest brown trout ever entered for the Fish of the Week competition, but the manner in which it was caught makes it a worthy winner.
The biggest one that didn't get away was a fat, healthy 18-inch brown trout.
Hot spots have been the mouth of the Brenig Arm, Coves and Tower Bay, while sport has also been exciting on Anglesey's Llyn Alaw from a mixture of rainbow and brown trout on traditional fly patterns.
After a good soaking from heavy rain he caught a few small trout using fry patterns, then he hooked into a very big brown trout which was estimated to weigh in excess of 10lb.