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Re: Trout Identification

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I made this up a while back for a buddy of mine.

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Posted on: 2010/9/7 9:52


Re: Trout Identification

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Wetnet- Not trying to pick, but isn't your second pick a cutt?

Posted on: 2010/9/8 9:43
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TUNA wrote:
Wetnet- Not trying to pick, but isn't your second pick a cutt?


Looks like a cutthroat to me. What gives it away is how far down on the body the spots extend. Browns rarely have spots on their bellies. Also, the lack of halos and the fact that the spots are thicker near the head and tail suggest a cutt.

Posted on: 2010/9/8 9:59


Re: Trout Identification

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For me , the vermiculations on a brookies back are the foolproof item , vermiculations look like little black worms and are only on the backs of brookies.

Posted on: 2010/9/9 12:16


Re: Trout Identification

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Wetnet.......i'm not picking on ya but there are no native browns in the U.S.

Posted on: 2010/9/9 12:20


Re: Trout Identification

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Osprey, I will add that the vermiculations are also present on "Wild" Tiger Trout. They even extend down the side of the body to give them their "Unique" look.

Posted on: 2010/9/9 12:26
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That's definitely a cuttie.

Posted on: 2010/9/9 14:27


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TUNA wrote:
Wetnet- Not trying to pick, but isn't your second pick a cutt?


Ooooops! Yes!! Grabbed the wrong picture. Sorry to the new student of the stream as well. Didn't mean to add confusion, but then now you have a Montana Cutthroat reference as well as browns and brookies.

Good catch TUNA, thanks for the heads up!

And Yes Osprey you are also correct if you're going to be picky! So any reference I make about native browns in the US would be that they are not an original stocked fish but have naturally reproduced! Is that better? How about wild brown instead?

Included IS a picture of a NATIVE brown, caught in Portugal.

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Posted on: 2010/9/9 18:28


Re: Trout Identification

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Awesome pic wetnet

Posted on: 2010/9/10 9:10
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westslope cutt if im not mistaken on my cutthroat identifications

Posted on: 2010/10/6 11:55



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