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Re: Italian Brown Trout

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Stillwaters, brookies never have any black spots. They always have some yellow spots.

And brown trout never have any yellow spots. They always have some black spots.

That's how you tell the difference.

Posted on: 2013/4/11 11:23


Re: Italian Brown Trout

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I'm getting mixed info on these trout from the various posts. Some say shopped (which is what I initially thought), while others say these trout do indeed exist. Those colors are a bit too vivid to be believable. I think there's been some enhancement, which they really didn't need. It does break the monotony though! lol

Posted on: 2013/4/11 11:52
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Re: Italian Brown Trout

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I thought Italian Trout wore gold chains...?

Posted on: 2013/4/11 12:50


Re: Italian Brown Trout

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Being Italian, I'm offended by the previous post. Please apologize.

Posted on: 2013/4/11 13:32
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Re: Italian Brown Trout

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Italian trout are the ones that are really, really loud when they're eating, right?

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Re: Italian Brown Trout

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I'm not convinced that they're photoshopped. I've caught wild browns with red spots just as bright as those, however they weren't as large or as numerous. If they had as many as those fish they'd look very similar. I've also caught wild browns with pale red spots.

If they bumped up the saturation or used a filter it would also show in the hands that are holding the trout. That is unless they went out of their way to edit the pics. Just because it's something you have never seen before isn't a reason to jump to conclusions. I have caught natives that were unbelievably colored and others that were as dull as a rock.

Posted on: 2013/4/11 16:18


Re: Italian Brown Trout

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Quote:

RCFetter wrote:
The Orvis article I linked to mentioned the the video
"A Pesca con la Neve" so I googled it came up with this video:

A Pesca con la Neve

It's only 51 seconds long. At 35 seconds there's the trout with the screeming red spots.



I think that proves that there was no photoshop involved here. Unless they photoshopped the video.

Posted on: 2013/4/11 16:23


Re: Italian Brown Trout

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Not photo shopped. I wonder if garlic scented flies would work though

Posted on: 2013/4/11 16:49
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Re: Italian Brown Trout

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Why are people so hateful. I'ma jus wanna catcha da trouts.

Posted on: 2013/4/11 16:57
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Re: Italian Brown Trout

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I just assumed that if it was an Irish trout, my Italian brethren would be givin' us paddys all kinds of hell!


Posted on: 2013/4/11 17:03


Re: Italian Brown Trout

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Mountainbrookie wrote:
I'm not convinced that they're photoshopped. I've caught wild browns with red spots just as bright as those, however they weren't as large or as numerous. If they had as many as those fish they'd look very similar. I've also caught wild browns with pale red spots.

If they bumped up the saturation or used a filter it would also show in the hands that are holding the trout. That is unless they went out of their way to edit the pics.


Good point about the hands. I've changed my mind. I think the colors are real. Those fish are amazing.

Posted on: 2013/4/11 17:07


Re: Italian Brown Trout

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Andy,

Irish trout are too drunk to take a fly.

Andy

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Re: Italian Brown Trout

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Just use a potato fly.

Posted on: 2013/4/11 17:21


Re: Italian Brown Trout

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In Prosek's "Trout of the World" he has a watercolor of a brown trout from the Calore River east of Naples that looks a lot like these fish. Very prominent red spotting although I agree with many others that the photos in this thread are enhanced. He has paintings of five other trout from Italy, none of which resemble the photos.

I always thought the Italian trout displayed a prominent pinky ring on their adipose fin.

Posted on: 2013/4/11 19:17
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Re: Italian Brown Trout

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So because it doesn't look like a trout in a painting it's not real?

Explain the trout in the video then. How did they 'enhance' that one?

Posted on: 2013/4/11 23:33



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