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brook trout

salvelinusfontinalis.
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I was reminded of a passage I'd read in James' book Early Love of Brook Trout: "A small brook trout cooked within the hour of its capture will curl in a hot skillet to the shape of a crescent moon.
In these waters, fisheries biologists are mounting heroic efforts to save the nation's last pure strains of native brook trout.
As Tennessee's only native salmonid, brook trout Salvelinus fontinalis are a valuable natural resource from both ecological and recreational perspectives.
and TU/Canada have joined hands to help restore coaster brook trout on Lake Superior.
1990), rainbow trout (Oncorhyncus mykiss) and brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) have dominated the fish community of Castle Lake throughout the 30-yr period of study.
Three brook trout lay at their feet, heartbreakingly beautiful with their red and blue spots, olive backs melting into cream-colored bellies, and brilliant orange fins edged in black and white.
Brown trout weighing more than 30 pounds, rainbow trout weighing as much as 17 pounds, and brook trout weighing 5 to 6 pounds have been caught here.
Angela Primbas, 16, of Concord, a junior at Hawken School in Gates Mills, co-founded two environmental groups dedicated to educating the public about pollution in Lake Erie and saving the endangered native Ohio brook trout.
The DNR is also exploring the concept of establishing special catch and release regulations for brook trout on streams located within four major watersheds in the Monongahela National Forest.
The gastric evacuation rates (GER) of brook trout Salvelinus fontinalis were determined under three temperatures: 12, 15, and 20degC.
We recently released some 200 brook trout and 500 Atlantic salmon into the Mad River behind the Camden Middle School.