sea trout


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sea trout:

see croakercroaker,
member of the abundant and varied family Sciaenidae, carnivorous, spiny-finned fishes including the weakfishes, the drums, and the kingcroakers (or kingfish). The croaker has a compressed, elongated body similar to that of the bass.
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It is estimated that 40% of the 33 main sea trout rivers in Wales are at risk of not having enough fish returning to their spawning sites to maintain future populations.
Possession of fresh salmon or sea trout after October 17 would most likely be unlawful, as the fishing season is between March and October to allow these fish to spawn.
Sea trout in estuaries may also come from a wide range of stocks.
We'd like to remind anglers to send in a few scales from the fish they catch and to participate in our Angler Logbook Scheme - which will help us monitor the ages of salmon and sea trout returning to the river and how the river is fishing.
There have been rumours among anglers that sea trout are back in the Leven, but now we have cast-iron proof.
Sea trout can be cooked in the same ways as salmon.
Serve the sea trout on a mound of rice, then drizzle the dressing around the rice and pour the excess on to the saladCHEF'S TIPS: ``If you're not keen on smoked fish, this recipe works just as well without smoking - simply allow a little more cooking time.
Now the prince, who fishes for salmon on the Dee at Balmoral, will learn of the latest research when he visits Shieldaig Sea Trout Station.
According to local folklore, a priest who fell off his horse crossing a tributary of the lake cursed the lake and said it would never have a salmon or a sea trout in it.
I hate to part with the secret but the answer is in mid-Wales on half a dozen sea trout rivers that now offer some of the finest affordable fishing of its kind in the country.
THE region's salmon and sea trout anglers greeted the heavy rainfall with joy this week.
ANGLERS in Wales are being urged to help conserve fish stocks by agreeing to release all the salmon and more of the sea trout they catch in 2015, following worryingly low numbers of the fish migrating to Welsh rivers last year.