Salmo trutta (Brown Trout)
Family: Salmonidae (Salmonides)
Size: In smaller rivers grows to 1.0 kg but is larger elsewhere.
Description: May range in colour from largely silver with relatively few spots and a white belly, to the more well-known brassy brown cast fading to creamy white on the fish's belly, with medium-sized spots surrounded by lighter halos. Adipose fin has a red tinge to the edge and a large mouth extending beyond the eye.
Location: Widely distributed across cool rivers streams and lakes in the CNM region. Stocked into waterways and impoundments.
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