What eats a trout?
Trout are eaten by people (wild trout are delicious - farm raised, meh), birds of prey (like eagles, hawks, ospreys, etc.), brown bears, and other carnivores that they share habitat with.
On the bottom the producer would be grass. Then connected to it would be trout, deer, mouse, and grasshopper. The wolf would eat the deer, but nothing eats the wolf. The frog and trout could eat the grasshopper. Raccoon eats the frog, the grasshopper and the trout. Snake eat frog and mouse. Depending on the snakes size and type, it could eat the raccoon or the raccoon could eat it. Hope that answers your Question!:)
The trout eats insects, insect larva, roe, and other material in the water. It is essentially a carnivore eating smaller creatures that appear in the water or on its surface. Trout will eat prepared food (pellets) they are fed which contain a number of forms of protein. This fish is not considered an omnivore as it does not eat plants.