Do Trout Have Teeth

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Yes. Trout do, in fact, have teeth. Large trout are strong enough and have large enough teeth to draw blood. Smaller trout also have teeth, but in many cases, they aren’t large enough to cause damage. If you land a nice catch, take a second to find those pliers before sticking your finger in their … Read more

What Does Trout Taste Like

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It’s no surprise that we cannot taste all the food in the world, and this is especially true for seafood. You may be wondering, what does trout taste like? In this article, I’ll discuss all there is to know about trout flavor, if trout is fishy, if trout is better than other kinds of fish … Read more

Do Trout Have Scales

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Trout are one of the most popular fish to target in the US. You may be asking, “Do trout have scales?” The short answer is yes. In the rest of this article, we’ll talk about how their scales are different, how to scale a trout, if individual types of trout have scales and more. Read … Read more

How To Identify A Cutbow Trout – Rainbow vs Cutthroat vs Cutbow

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This post was last updated on July 24th, 2021 at 07:48 amI’ve had several requests in the past to explain how to tell the difference between a rainbow, cutthroat and cutbow. Learning to differentiate a cutbow trout from a full cutthroat is very important. In many areas, it is illegal to kill any cutthroat trout, … Read more

Michigan Steelhead Rivers

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This post was last updated on March 7th, 2016 at 01:19 amThe Rivers of Michigan that Have Steelhead Runs Update – 03/06/2016: See the new Michigan interactive steelhead river map here – Hot off the press The state of Michigan has a lot of great rivers for steelhead fishing. No matter where you are located … Read more

Skamania Steelhead Trout= Summer Steelhead Fun!

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This post was last updated on August 17th, 2021 at 08:18 pm The Skamania steelhead gets its name from the hatchery in Washington that first created it. Skamania trout tend to run in warmer waters than the normal breeds, both the summer and winter runs spawn in later winter to early spring. What sets the … Read more

Great Lakes Salmon and Steelhead

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This post was last updated on August 5th, 2021 at 03:40 pmWhen fisheries can no longer offer healthy products for consumption or the experience needed to draw to consumers to the Great Lakes, it’s up to the officials overseeing them to ward off the trouble.That was the impetus for the introduction of two species of … Read more

Yellowstone Lake Invaded by Lake Trout

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This post was last updated on October 7th, 2014 at 07:02 pmYellowstone Lake: Winning The Battle Against The Lake Trout No one knows exactly when, or the motivation of the person that did it, but sometime back in the 1970s or 1980s, someone performed what’s known informally in wildlife management as Bucket Biology at Yellowstone … Read more

Pink Salmon Facts and Life Cycle

Male pink salmon near spawning season

Guide to Pink Salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha) Pink salmon, also called humpback salmon, are the most common breed of Pacific salmon, so if you’re an avid fisherman, you may have caught a few in your lifetime. Here’s a brief overview of everything you might want to know about the pink salmon. Where They Live Since pinks … Read more

Sockeye Salmon Facts and Life Cycle

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Guide to Sockeye Salmon Sockeye salmon are Northern Pacific natives also known as “red salmon” or “blueback salmon”. If you’re interested in sockeye fishing, it can be helpful to understand them, so here’s a quick overview of everything you might want to know! Where They Live Sockeyes are one species of the wide salmon variation … Read more

Coho Salmon Facts and Life Cycle

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Guide to Coho Salmon Coho salmon are also known as silver salmon, and are one of the most popular sport fish in the Pacific Northwest. They thrive in cold, clear water. Here’s everything you might want to know about the Coho salmon! Where They Live Cohos are Pacific fish, and live along both coasts on … Read more

King Salmon Facts and Life Cycle

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This post was last updated on July 31st, 2021 at 10:43 pmWhat is King Salmon Fish? The King Salmon, also known as the Chinook Salmon, is one of the most common and most popular fish in the Pacific, with dozens of Alaskan charters dedicated to catching them. Here’s everything you might want to know about … Read more

Atlantic Salmon (Salmo Salar) Facts and Life Cycle

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This post was last updated on June 28th, 2014 at 01:22 pmGuide to Atlantic Salmon- Atlantic salmon go by many different names. These include: bay salmon, black salmon, caplin-scull salmon, Sebago salmon, silver salmon, fiddlers, and outside salmon. Here’s everything you might want to know about the life of an Atlantic salmon. Where They Live … Read more

Fly Fishing Rods for Steelhead – Rod Weight, Reel and Line Choices

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This post was last updated on December 24th, 2014 at 07:31 pmChoosing a Fly rod For Steelhead You might be able to convert an existing trout rod you already own into your steelhead rod. Lets go over what size rod is appropriate and what you should consider. Generally I would opt for a crisp 7 … Read more

The Arctic Grayling, Once an Abundant Fish in Michigan

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This post was last updated on February 1st, 2015 at 02:44 amThe Decline and Fall of Michigan’s Arctic Grayling In the 19th Century, Michigan had abundant forests and a large population of Arctic Grayling, especially in the Lower Peninsula.  These fish were first identified in the 1860, but less than one hundred years later, became … Read more

Hybridization of the Cutthroat Trout

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This post was last updated on April 8th, 2014 at 05:41 pmWhat is Hybridization of the Cutthroat Trout? The cutthroat evolved in areas of mountainous seclusion. As they evolved they faced limited exposure to other trout and fish species. As people began to populate the western United states, they brought with them thoughts of bringing … Read more