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Old 11-15-2016, 01:44 PM
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I've been looking all over for an answer, but have yet to find one. So here goes nothing... Will brookies raised in a hatchery develop a hump or is it just native species that do?
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They definitely will.
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They definitely will.
So is it just the males the developer the hump or do females as well. I thought that hatchery fish were essentially asexual since they can't breed/spawn.
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As far as I know, just the males.

Is this what you mean? It's a hatchery fish.

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As far as I know, just the males.

Is this what you mean? It's a hatchery fish.

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Exactly what I mean! The area I was fishing last weekend was a Delayed Harvest stream... but there were multiple wild streams that fed into/off of it.

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. I thought that hatchery fish were essentially asexual since they can't breed/spawn.
You might be thinking of the hybrid tiger trout.
There's no reason why hatchery brookies couldn't breed
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It depends on what hatchery. Some hatcheries raise and stock fish that can breed. Some only raise and stock sterile trout. I have no idea if a sterile or triploid would develop a hump or not.
I think your best bet would be to contact your local wardens office and ask.

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It depends on what hatchery. Some hatcheries raise and stock fish that can breed. Some only raise and stock sterile trout. I have no idea if a sterile or triploid would develop a hump or not.
I think your best bet would be to contact your local wardens office and ask.

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Excuse my ignorance but what advantage would a hatchery have of producing sterile trout?

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Improve the fishing on water with some wild population, without the risk of over running it with an invasive species. Too many variables are unpredictable, (prime weather when a particular species is spawning would be one example). It can give a particular species a significant unintended advantage. This happens a lot for warm water fisheries using hybrids.

Most hatchery fish are intended to be harvested. Exceptions of course.
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Improve the fishing on water with some wild population, without the risk of over running it with an invasive species. Too many variables are unpredictable, (prime weather when a particular species is spawning would be one example). It can give a particular species a significant unintended advantage. This happens a lot for warm water fisheries using hybrids.
Ah! That makes sense, thanks DeWayne

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