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Default Tastiest Trout

What is your favorite trout species when your palette craves fish. Is there a particular area (state or body of water) where the fish seem to taste even better.

My answer would be the cutthroat of NW Montana. Here in Arkansas I find the trout sub par when it comes to tickling my taste buds. (might be what they are feeding on)?

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I'll likely never eat another one, but wild rainbows from the E Sierra would be my favorite trout. Fresh caught kokanee and brookies are both tastier though, for me...-Mike
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The Tastiest Trout is a Walleye.
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The Tastiest Trout is a Walleye.
That is word for word what I was going to say.
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I find the ones in the Grocery store that are farm raised for your plate taste best. Plus it means the wild trout stay in the river so I can catch them!!!
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I find the ones in the Grocery store that are farm raised for your plate taste best. Plus it means the wild trout stay in the river so I can catch them!!!
True enough Davo, but if I gill one that sucker is going in the pan.

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I never keep trout when fishing, I'd rather see it fight another day, maybe I'll be the lucky one to be on the other end of the fight! I seldom buy trout at the supermarket, I don't really care for the tastes. When I eat fish I prefer salmon or halibut when in its season.

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The Tastiest Trout is a Walleye.
The Tastiest Trout is Halibut imo but walleye works too
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dolly varden. a dusting in seasoned flour and a hot cast iron skillet. very tasty


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Steelhead right out of the Ocean.
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