See also: Trout Trivia;  Trout Fit for a King;  Trout in Trouble

BROWN TROUT

Brown Trout (Salmo trutta) also called German Brown Trout.

Lake dwelling brown trout are predominantly silver, stream dwelling brown trout are spotted.

Brown trout were one of the first types of fish to be farmed and bred - dating back to at least 15th century Europe.  Brown trout are originally from Europe, and were brought to America during the 19th century.

They have been successfully introduced in North America, Africa, South America, Australia and New Zealand.

The largest brown trout weighed over 40 pounds and was caught in Arkansas on May 9, 1992.

 


 

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