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Young trout name: fingerling

A group of trouts is called: hoover

Trout class: Fish

Trout is the common name given to a number of species of freshwater fish belonging to the Salmonidae family.

All fish called trout are members of the subfamily Salmonidae. The name is commonly used for species in three of the seven genera in the sub-family: Salmo, Atlantic species; Salvelinus, which includes fish also sometimes called char or charr; and Pacific species, Oncorhynchus. Fish referred to as trout include:

Trout are usually found in cool (50-60F, 10-15C), clear streams and lakes, although many of the species have anadromous strains as well. Young trout are referred to as troutlet or troutling. They are distributed naturally throughout North America, northern Asia and Europe and England . Several species of trout were introduced to Australia and New Zealand by amateur fishing enthusiasts in the 19th century, effectively displacing and endangering several upland native fish species. The introduced species included brown trout from England and rainbow trout from California. The rainbow trout were a steelhead strain, generally accepted as coming from Sonoma Creek. The rainbow trout of New Zealand still show the steelhead tendency to run up rivers in winter to spawn. The speckled trout, found in the Gulf of Mexico and other places in the United States, is not in fact a trout at all, but a member of the drum family.

Trout that live in different environments can have dramatically different colorations and patterns. Mostly, these colors and patterns form as camouflage, based on the surroundings, and will change as the fish moves to different habitats. Trout in, or newly returned from the sea, can look very silvery, while the same genetic fish living in a small stream or in an alpine lake could have pronounced markings and more vivid coloration; it is also possible that in some species this signifies that they are ready to mate. It is virtually impossible to define a particular color pattern as belonging to a specific breed; however, in general, wild fish are claimed to have more vivid colors and patterns.

Trout have fins entirely without spines, and all of them have a small adipose (fatty) fin along the back, near the tail. There are many species, and even more populations that are isolated from each other and morphologically different. However, since many of these distinct populations show no significant genetic differences, what may appear to be a large number of species is considered a much smaller number of distinct species by most ichthyologists. The trout found in the eastern United States are a good example of this. The brook trout, the aurora trout, and the (extinct) silver trout all have physical characteristics and colorations that distinguish them, yet genetic analysis shows that they are one species, Salvelinus fontinalis.

Lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush), like brook trout, actually belong to the char genus. Lake trout inhabit many of the larger lakes in North America, and live much longer than rainbow trout, which have an average maximum lifespan of 7 years. Lake trout can live many decades, and can grow to more than 30 kilograms (66 lb).

Understanding how moving water shapes the stream channel will improve your chances of finding trout. In most streams, the current creates a Riffle-Run-Pool pattern that repeats itself over and over. A deep pool may hold a big brown trout, but rainbows and smaller browns are likely found in runs. Riffles are where you will find small trout, called troutlet, during the day and larger trout crowding in during morning and evening feeding periods.


Trout Trivia

What do you call a baby trout?
Answer: A baby trout is called a fingerling.

What do you call a group of trouts?
Answer: A group of trouts are called a hoover.

Question: What class is a trout in?
Answer: A trout is in the fish class.



Trout Stock Photos





salmon and trout vector set
salmon and trout vector set
 
 
 
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underwater photo of the brown...
 
 
 
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horizontal photo of a wild...
 
 
 
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hand drawn illustration of a...
 
 
 
jumping trout with water splash....
jumping trout with water splash....
 
 
 
rainbow trout
rainbow trout
 
 
 
vector set  gone fishing labels
vector set gone fishing labels
 
 
 
a trout swimming at a local...
a trout swimming at a local...
 
 
 
rainbow trout  isolated on...
rainbow trout isolated on...
 
 
 
a trout isolated on white
a trout isolated on white
 
 
 
rainbow trout on white...
rainbow trout on white...
 
 
 
trout fish   vector illustration
trout fish vector illustration
 
 
 
big brown trout swimming in...
big brown trout swimming in...
 
 
 
grilled salmon steak  with...
grilled salmon steak with...
 
 
 
jumping salmon fish in retro...
jumping salmon fish in retro...
 
 
 


Releasing Fish
Releasing Fish
Floating Dead Fish
Floating Dead Fish
Fish in Water
Fish in Water
Mucky Water
Mucky Water
Fish in Aquarium
Fish in Aquarium
Speckled Fish on Rocks
Speckled Fish on Rocks
Bottom Fish
Bottom Fish
Green and Red Fish
Green and Red Fish
Fish and Fishing Pole
Fish and Fishing Pole
Yellow Jacket Fisherman and Catch
Yellow Jacket Fisherman and Catch
Fish on Brown Rocks
Fish on Brown Rocks
Fish on Small Rocks
Fish on Small Rocks


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