Brookies usually have drab olive upper bodies, pale splotches on the sides turning into wormlike squiggles on their backs, and bluish spots with pink centers on their sides that look like eyes.
Brook trout are diurnal
There are a lot of places in order for one to look in Canada for brook trout. However, it is strongly suggested that one should check out from the Banff National Park.
The brook trout is Native to ther eastern US and Canada. http://bigrooktrout.com
yes. A brook trout live in freshwater.
The typical weight of a brook trout ranges from 11 oz to 7 lbs.
Brook trout eat algae, catisflies, and black flies. I somehow ended up with baby brook trout, too. And if you are fishing, just use worms because you will only catch grown-up trout.:)
No, a brook is a small stream of fresh water. So the brook trout is a fresh water fish, not a salt water fish.
Brook trout require cold, clean, fresh water.
Salmoids..Trout and salmon.
The Brook Trout.
Brook Trout Fishing - 1900 was released on: USA: June 1900
Rainbow, brown, brook.
They eat people
black and green
Yes, a Brook Trout is a carnivore. Their diet consists of aquatic insects, insect larvae, worms, frogs, and other fishes.
Brookies are preyed on by humans,birds like eagles,ospreys and herons. The young are preyed upon by other fish.Raccoons may take a few,if they get them into the shallows.Otters and mink also will take brook trout.Brook trout are the only trout native east of the rockies.
Trout are cold water animals.