gray trout

  1. a common weakfish, Cynoscion regalis, inhabiting Atlantic and Gulf coastal waters of the United States.

  • Also called gray sea trout .

Words Nearby gray trout Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2024

How to use gray trout in a sentence

  • In the Southern states it is called gray-trout and sea-trout.

    Bass, Pike, Perch, and Others | James Alexander Henshall
  • Graham gave them a supper of gray trout and bannocks and they afterward sat talking while the half-breed went fishing.

    For the Allinson Honor | Harold Bindloss
  • This surprised me, for I had no idea of catching anything but lake or gray trout in that water.

    On Canada's Frontier | Julian Ralph
  • He caught a couple of two-and-a-half-pound brook trout and a four-pound gray trout, and I was as well rewarded.

    On Canada's Frontier | Julian Ralph
  • I caught a gray trout next—a smaller one than the first—and in another minute I had landed another three-pound speckled beauty.

    On Canada's Frontier | Julian Ralph