Now I'm questioning my word on this, I'm looking at some old photos, I'll come back and edit in or post more in a while.
Ok, after some old pictures and a look at some reference material "Trout" by Judith Stolz & Judith Schnell" (highly recommended) I will say that the top has all the looks of a Loch Leven trout but the bottom is of German ancestry. The spots are not always the final word on identification but a good place to start.
Generally the German fish will have a blood red adipose fin and much more yellow on the belly. The spots are more dense wiith many surrounded by a red halo.
All my brown trout photos are on slides but I have a few that are scanned. These are German from Spring Creek PA.
Going with the 'spots' identification method, this one could go either way but perhaps a L. Leven.
And another, as you see the spot pattern differs so greatly that it can be hard to call in some cases.
Funny, I hardly recognize the guy in the picture, Alaska aged me buddy.