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Old 09-16-2011, 11:54 AM
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Default How 'bout them Tiger(or Hybrid) Trout pics

Beautiful hybrid trout that we catch up here in Manitoba, Canada on a small stillwater.

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Have a couple lurking around in a local stream too.
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Those are beatiful Trout, and very nice photos. Welcome to the forum.
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Thanks Dan, looks like a great website.
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Welcome to the forum Sedge...What is the cross, brown & brookie? Whatever the cross it makes a beautiful fish. Hope to be seeing more pics and stories from your neck of the woods.

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those are some great looking fish!
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Default Re: How 'bout them Tiger(or Hybrid) Trout pics

Those are amazing! I can never get over the variety of markings on the Tiger trout, but they are all sure beautiful. Thanks for sharing. I may have to take a trip to a neighboring state to catch a few of those myself!
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Thanks for the photos. To tell the truth, I have never seen or heard of those before. Beautiful fish.
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Welcome, and like everyone has said, those are some beautiful fish! It never ceases to amaze me the beautiful patterns I get to see while out enjoying my favorite hobby!
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Very pretty...what are they a cross between?
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Default Re: How 'bout them Tiger(or Hybrid) Trout pics

BROOK TROUT x BROWN TROUT

As I understand, tiger trout are a hybrid that may occur in nature on the rare occassion, or can also be produced in the hatcheries by using the milt from a male brook trout and the eggs from a brown trout.

Here in Manitoba they are stocked by fisheries. However, they have only seemed to thrive in the one lake, Twin Lakes. If you're ever up near Roblin, Manitoba give it a gander...
They can be aggressive at times hitting surface caddis, backswimmers, poppers and mouse patterns.
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