brown trout


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Synonyms for brown trout

speckled trout of European rivers

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Certain fish farmers consider polyculture of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) and brown trout (Salmo trutta ssp) useful, while others find it useless and consider that polyculture affects growth negatively.
The brown trout is synonymous with Newcastle-under-Lyme for a number of reasons including appearing on the boroughs coat of arms as well as featuring on the statue on the roundabout in the centre of the town.
According to Umang Patel, he and Ken Patel are the owners of Brown Trout and Lindsey's Resort and have a few minor investors he declined to name.
Waiting a split second for the fish to turn back upstream I struck and shortly had my first Nyanga Brown trout fly capture.
It was also suggested that selective breeding on increasing the salinity tolerance of brown trout could make trout aquaculture more productive in highly saline water.
The discovery of the flounder has shown it would be possible for the odd brown trout to migrate from the lake in the same fashion.
Extremely wary, reclusive and difficult to catch, brown trout are native to Europe and were imported to this country from Germany and Scotland in the later part of the 19th century.
I was casting for bass, but I was catching 16- to 20-inch rainbows and brown trout one after the other.
Whatever, shit was entertaining and it'll keep you occupied while stocking the lake with brown trout.
FLY-FISHERMEN will be out in force at Llyn Brenig this weekend for the start of the brown trout season.
Pete Vincoini of Moorpark pulled an 8-pound, 2-ounce brown trout out of Gull Lake, likely the biggest fish caught the first day.
Brown trout, Salmo trutta, were introduced in the early 1900's, probably in response to declining numbers of cutthroat trout and a desire for more sport fishing opportunities.
Although out of season, a brown trout more than 10lb was also caught and returned.
The board claims the move was necessary to preserve rare stocks of brown trout on Co Cavan's famous lake, as pike eat the trout.
The research says that when brown trout are in naturally acidic water, they overproduce; in alkaline water, they underproduce, in true survival of the species Darwin mode.