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Old 01-06-2009, 02:05 PM
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Great photos, thanks for sharing!

Wyoming has tiger trout at High Savory Reservoir (west of Saratoga). I've yet to catch one though, but I'm going to put more of an effort into it this year.

High Savery Reservoir Wyoming. Fish High Savery Reservoir. High Savery  State records


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Def on my list of fish to catch, absolutly beautiful.
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So are they a hybrid? a fish brought in from another country?
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Here is what the High Savery web site says about Tiger Trout:
High Savery Reservoir is the only Wyoming water hosting the tiger trout species. Tiger trout are completely sterile, so their numbers can be strictly controlled by stocking. The Tiger trout is a cross between a Brook and Brown Trout, resulting in a fairly aggressive fish. State record is 22" and 3.33 lbs.

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Thanks for posting the link, that was interesting to read. Now I'm more excited than ever about catching a Tiger Trout.

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thanks for the post.

that answers a lot of questions for me. i had seen pictures of them in local fly shops and always forgot to look into them.

way to go now i want to catch one.
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Was contacted by email today by one of their columnists.
They wanted a telephone number for me. They want to interview
me. They are doing a TIGER trout piece.

Will supply some photos possibly also.
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That sounds great, keep us posted.

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