Brown Trout (Salmo trutta) is a non-native trout, originally from Europe and Asia. They prefer water temperatures between 55 degrees and 65 degrees F, which is a little warmer than most other trout species prefer and brown trout grow larger than many of the popular trout species. This has led to the wide introduced of them into North America, South America, Australia and New Zealand.
Key Notes and Tips:
*Brown Trout forage consist mainly of bugs and crustacians and smaller fish.
*Red spots on the lower sides and are the only trout with both red and black spots.
*Brown Trout have a mouth often extending beyond the rear margin of the eye.
*Dark to olive brown on the back, yellow brown on the sides, white to yellow on the belly.
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