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LHarris

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Was helping film an underwater documentary and noticed what I thought was a tiger trout in the Aqua View. After the filming was done.....I threw in and yes in deed it was

a "rare" stream born tiger trout from the driftless area in Wisconsin.

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That is a beautiful fish!! Last time I saw one of those was about 15 years ago in the kinni. Rare indeed!!!

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What a strange color. The others on your site are so vividly colored...

Could you see the worm-like patterns??

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i have never caught a tiger trout.. but i still consider myself pretty "new" to the whole trout fishing scene.. only been fishing for trout over the past 4 years or so now

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2troutTiger.jpg

3troutBrookie.jpg

I think the tigers take on the color of the brookies from the area. The above tiger and brookie were caught in the same hole.

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The brookie and 2 tigers taken from the same hole. If the brookies are muted the tigers will be

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Colorful brookie and tiger caught from the same hole.

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wow.. that 3rd one is a trophy size brookie.. how big was it?

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not sure..

have photographed much bigger ones.

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That first fish almost has the coloring of a salmon or steelhead.

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seeing those pics reminds me that i have to get a golden before i leave cali.

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