brook trout

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This revised predictive model would include additional parameters and be more reliable in identifying candidate streams for future Ohio brook trout introduction.
Size, behaviour and acquisition of ectoparasitic copepods by brook trout, Salvelinus fontinalis.
The eradication of alien brook trout from one large high-altitude alpine lake;
85) and in 11 brook trout from Bowden State Fish Hatchery, Bowden, WV (mean weight=43.
Bald eagles (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) will benefit from an increased brook trout population, because the trout are an important seasonal food during their fall run.
Watershed imperviousness exceeding 15% results in streams that are impossible to rate "good," states the report, and even 2% imperviousness can affect pollution-sensitive brook trout.
But there also are plenty of wild rainbow and cutthroat trout, and Dolly Varden - a colorful species of char similar to brook trout (neither of which is actually a trout).
Over the years the Solins have improved brook trout habitat by installing wing deflectors in the Eau Claire River and seeded wildlife openings for deer and game birds.
There are so many different varieties too, from tiger trout and sea trout (not really available until May or June), to American brook trout.
They feed on native species, such as mountain trout and brook trout.
The choice is dizzying - muskies, largemouth bass, 30-pound waterwolves, pike, brook trout and Great Lake salmon.
Colp-Haber, to follow the metaphor, is angling for brook trout.
There are fish in the water--pike and lake trout mostly--though there are places with giant brook trout.