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Category: Bull Trout

Bull Trout Winter Fishing

Bull Trout have finished spawning by the time winter has arrived in late December. For those Bull Trout that are seagoing, they will have retreated from the natal river headwaters. Bull Trout Winter Location Some will have moved...

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Bull Trout An Introduction

Bull Trout (Salvelinus confluentus) and the Dolly Varden (Salvelinus malma) are often confused even though it’s easy to tell the two apart with little bit of knowledge and effort. These fish are far from twins. To make...

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Bull Trout Features and Size

Bull trout have a large head that appears flattened and has a pronounced hook in the lower jaw when compared against other Charr members. Bull Trout Distinguishing Features The Bull Trout is olive green in appearance, but this...

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Bull Trout Spring Fishing

Bull Trout Spring Fishing Techniques Sea Trout Name Confusion While the Bull Trout is native to western North America, there is also a Bull Trout in Europe. However, this Bull Trout is a different species and is a much larger...

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Bull Trout Summer Fishing

Think Bull Trout and one thinks river fish. After all, whenever you see pictures of anglers fishing for trout, salmon or charr, they are always in a pristine river, rushing past rocks with trees lining wither side of the river....

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Bull Trout River Fishing

Autumn and spring are the best seasons to practice river fishing. Where are Bull Trout in the River In the summer and late spring, Bull Trout are often found in the sea. And in winter, while fly fishing is possible in some...

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Bull Trout Habitat

The Bull Trout has a very specific habitat that it requires to live and breed in. Like the Brook Trout, encroachment in its habitat by industry and pollution has led to declines in its population. Unlike the Dolly Varden, that...

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Bull Trout Autumn Fishing

Autumn is spawning time for the Salmonide family of which the Charr and Bull Trout are a member. During this time, it is imperative to practice catch and release to make sure the spawning numbers are at their highest. Endangered...

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Smallmouth Bass prefer cool, oxygen rich water.

Therefore, try streams and rivers with fast moving water. Smallmouth can also be found behind brush or other debris and where rocks breach the surface, creating oxygen rich water.

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