bull trout use the river for migration, and the water has been used for drinking water, irrigation, and livestock water.
By the connivance of the local landowner every specimen of the bull trout was killed as it entered the river from the sea.
bull trout very rarely takes fly or bait of any kind, except when it is in the kelt state, when it is ravenous.
The bull trout is now, in fact, strictly preserved under the salmon laws.
Even experienced fishermen are capable of confounding the bull trout with its nobler brother of the streams.
There is also in Northumberland a trout called a bull trout, of a much greater length and bigness than any in the southern parts.
And of bull trout, which easily passes for salmon with the unwary, it is well that a word should be said.
I never heard of bull trout before, and I dont know what it is.