a common trout, Salmo trutta, of northern European streams.
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How to use brown trout in a sentence
Anglers should bring their rod and fish the East Fork of the Jemez for brown trout, and hikers will enjoy walking along the riverside trail.
Pack your fishing rod and catch a few brown trout for a fresh dinner.15 National Park Campsites to Add to Your Bucket List | Outside Editors | June 15, 2021 | Outside Online
Spend the day fishing for big brown trout and kayaking in the lake or trekking in the John Muir Wilderness.
He began by dumping out into a worthless and landlocked bass-pond every brown trout in the hatchery.The Firing Line | Robert W. Chambers
Nosing about, Sue found a two-pound brown trout that had been caught and crushed in the grinding ice and cast up on the bank.The Duck-footed Hound | James Arthur Kjelgaard
The pools of the Fell becks abound at such times with speckled brown trout, and are visited by another poacher—the otter.Poachers and Poaching | John Watson
It is clean-cut in shape, perhaps rather lither than the brown trout, and when large it is not so deep.Fishing in British Columbia | Thomas Wilson Lambert
Beside a brown coated stone in the shadowed stream a brown trout watches for the puffs that slay the May-flies.Field and Hedgerow | Richard Jefferies
British Dictionary definitions for brown trout
a common brownish variety of the trout Salmo trutta that occurs in the rivers of N Europe and has been successfully introduced in North America: Compare sea trout (def. 1)
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