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.
Asked in Canada
Where is the best place to look in canada for brook trout?
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. ...
What eats brook trout?
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. ...
Asked in Coal (fuel source)
Were native brook trout effected by the coal ash spill in Kingston TN?
No. in Tennessee, Brook trout inhabit only cold, oxygen-rich high-elevation streams. The Emory and Clinch River at Kingston, Tennessee, are not cold enough to support native brook trout populations. Also, because the Clinch River is impounded by Watts Bar Lake, the oxygen levels are too low to sustain brook trout. ...
Asked in Pennsylvania, Fish, Freshwater Fish
What does a Brook Trout mean for a Pennsylvania symbol?
It is Pennsylvania's state fish and is recognized so because of it being the only trout native to the state of Pennsylvania. Fact: it was titled the state fish in 1970 and is known to only like clear, clean, brook water. ...
Asked in Movies
What are the release dates for Feeding Brook Trout at the Pennsylvania State Fishery - 1903?
Feeding Brook Trout at the Pennsylvania State Fishery - 1903 was released on: USA: February 1903 ...
Asked in Taxonomy
What is the linneaus classification of a trout?
It depends on which species you are talking about but they are of the Salmonidae family. Brown trout, sea troout, etc. have a differemt genus than others. They are of the Salmo genus with Atlantic Salmon. Rainbow Trout are of the Oncorhynchus genus. Brook Trout are found in the Char family or Salvelinus genus. Brook trout are my fav! Beautiful ain't they?:) ...