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CAUGHT FISHING FOR NATIVE BROOK TROUT IN THE VIRGINIA MOUNTAINS


NORTH WESTERN VIRGINIA

Submitted by: JAY SISCO

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Camera manufacturer SONY 
Camera model DSC-S600 
Exposure time 1/400 s 
Lens focal length 5 mm 
Lens aperture f 2.8 
ISO 80 
Date and time of original 2007-05-05 11:43 


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From: Ginky Hackle · kbrady·at·agcharter.org  Link
Submitted October 1st 2007

That's small for a hatchery creation. I've heard stories of naturally hybridized tiger tout. They're always infertile, so I'd assume no threat to those hard-pressed Virginia brookies


From: kirk · revolution.kirk·at·gmail.com  Link
Submitted September 9th 2007

brook X brown (tiger trout)


From: rybolov · rybolov·at·ryzhe.ath.cx  Link
Submitted June 9th 2007

Um... what the heck is that? It has some brookie markings, but it's decidedly not a brookie.



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