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  Jack Trout: Home
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He is responsible for the freshest ideas in marketing in the last twenty years and his concept of Positioning has become the world's #1 business strategy.
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www.troutandpartners.com   (0 words)

  
  Trout - MSN Encarta
The largest of all the chars is the Mackinaw trout, or lake trout; it is known in Maine as the togue and in Vermont as the longe.
The most important of the trouts is the rainbow trout, native to the lakes and streams of the western United States and introduced widely throughout the world.
The brook trout is classified as Salvelinus fontinalis, the brown trout of Europe as Salmo trutta, the Dolly Varden trout as Salvelinus malma, and the Mackinaw trout as Salvelinus namaycush.
encarta.msn.com /encnet/refpages/RefArticle.aspx?refid=761554531   (682 words)

  
  Trout - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Trout is the common name given to a number of species of freshwater fish belonging to the salmon family, Salmonidae.
Trout are usually found in cool, clear streams and lakes, and are distributed naturally throughout North America, northern Asia and Europe.
Because of their popularity, trout are often raised on fish farms and planted into heavily fished waters in an effort to mask the effects of overfishing.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Trout   (698 words)

  
 NativeTrout   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Apache trout formerly was found in the White and Black Rivers, both tributaries of the Salt River; the headwaters of the Little Colorado River; and KP Creek, a tributary of the Blue River in the San Francisco River drainage- totaling approximately 600 river-miles (USFWS 1983).
The Gila trout, historically, was found in two disjunct populations, one in the upper Gila River and tributaries of the San Francisco River in New Mexico, and a second in the Verde and Agua Fria Rivers of Arizona (Minckley 1973).
Given the current distribution of native trout, recolonization of populations lost due to habitat disturbance is virtually impossible, creating a perilous status for the trout whereby it is piecemealed to extinction one population at a time.
www.biologicaldiversity.org /swcbd/papers/trout.htm   (4879 words)

  
 DNR - Lake Trout Salvelinus namaycush
The lake trout or "salmon trout" as it is sometimes called, is the largest trout native to the Great lakes and other Michigan lake waters.
This fish strongly prefers a water temperature of 45-55 degrees F. Thus, while the lake trout may be found in shallow water only 10 to 15 feet deep in spring and fall, it follows these frigid water temperatures to depths of 100 to 200 feet in the summer and winter.
Lake trout have also be successfully hybridized with brook trout to form the "splake," obtained by fertilizing lake trout eggs with brook trout sperm.
www.michigan.gov /dnr/0,1607,7-153-10364_18958-45670--,00.html   (438 words)

  
 NRDC: Global Warming Threatens Cold Water Fish
According to a new study by NRDC and Defenders of Wildlife, global warming is likely to spur the disappearance of trout and salmon from as much as 18 to 38 percent of their current habitat by the year 2090.
For trout, the greatest losses are likely to occur in the South, Southwest and Northeast, largely because stream temperatures in those areas already are warmer than in other regions.
Trout are also central to the culture of the Rocky and Appalachian mountains, while salmon are an integral part of the Northwest's Native American heritage.
www.nrdc.org /globalWarming/ntrout.asp   (716 words)

  
 The Trout of New York
Trout are held in high regard by people from all walks of life.
Trout can be caught on just about any kind of artificial lure, including dry flies, wet flies, spinners, and spoons, as well as on live bait such as minnows and worms.
The presence of trout is, and has been for many years, used as a measure of water and habitat quality by DEC when making decisions regarding permitted land or water use.
www.dec.state.ny.us /website/dfwmr/fish/fishspecs/trouttxt.html   (2263 words)

  
 Brook Trout
Brook trout are extremely sensitive to angling pressure and in heavily fished waters like ours seldom survive more than three years, the age at which they generally reach harvestable size.
Recent biological studies have shown that the stocking of hatchery trout into streams with wild trout populations is a disaster for the wild trout.
Under a wild-trout-first management philosophy, a significant proportion of our native brook trout would be able to attain their potential life span of seven years and 10-inch brookies would no longer be a rarity and many would reach lengths of twelve to fourteen inches, just as they did in the past.
www.patrout.org /brook.htm   (2003 words)

  
 Walter Trout::::Intrepid Artists International, Inc
Trout’s substance abuse was further enabled in a band with a history of hard-partying.
Trout and Montoya lifted the band to a new level, as Mayall’s Bluesbreakers enjoyed unprecedented album sales and high profile tours in the US and abroad.
This was fine with Trout, as he now had started a family and his down time was a valuable escape from the world of touring and playing.
www.intrepidartists.com /waltertrout.html   (1410 words)

  
 Cookbook:Trout - Wikibooks, collection of open-content textbooks
Trout is a family of fresh water game fish related to salmon, found naturally in Europe, North America, and northern Asia, and as an introduced species around the world.
Trout is a bony fish with a mild flavor and a firm texture.
The most common ways to prepare trout are pan frying, broiling, smoking, and grilling, but trout can be prepared by a variety of methods.
en.wikibooks.org /wiki/Cookbook:Trout   (168 words)

  
 Trout
Brook trout, as far as can be determined from past records, have always inhabited some of the coldwater streams in the northeastern section of the state, especially those that have high water quality and remain cold throughout the entire year.
Rainbow trout are native to the Pacific Coast region.
Trout, especially rainbow and brown, are known to attain weights of more than 40 pounds, although fish in excess of 10 pounds are rare indeed.
www.iowadnr.com /fish/iafish/troutfam.html   (662 words)

  
 RIRDC: The New Rural Industries - A Hanbook for Farmers and Investors - trout
Rainbow trout are produced on a far bigger scale for human consumption, and to a lesser extent for recreational purposes, including stock enhancement of public and private waters and on-farm `fish-out' operations.
Brown trout are mostly favoured for stocking flowing waters and rainbows for lakes, impoundments and farm dams.
Trout grown in ponds and raceways are usually harvested by some combination of seine or crowder nets and dip nets.
www.rirdc.gov.au /pub/handbook/trout.html   (2613 words)

  
 Sea Trout and Brown Trout and Rainbow Trout Fishing in Perthshire Scotland
The Brown Trout Salmo trutta is one of the few native fish species found in Scotland.
As a migratory fish the sea trout is not covered by the standard trout permit.
The Tay is not primarily known as a sea trout water.
www.fishingnet.com /trout_fishing.htm   (419 words)

  
 Arizona White Mountains, Trout Fishing
The Apache trout was once so abundant that early pioneers caught and salted great quantities of them each fall to provide a winter source of meat.
Brook trout are found in colder streams and lakes in the White Mountains.
Brown trout are found in streams and in some lakes in the White Mountains or on the Mogollon Rim Country.
www.wmonline.com /attract/trout.htm   (884 words)

  
 Brook Trout
Before the turn of the century, brook trout were introduced to the mountainous regions of the American West and can still be found there as well as throughout the Norhteast, the northeastern Midwest, parts of the Appalachain range, and most of eastern Canada.
That may be partly a matter of the brook trout angler’s coming to terms with the bleak odds of catching a big fish, but it must also have something to do with striking beauty of brook trout themselves--even small ones--and that of the tumbling mountain streams and remote ponds and lakes where they live.
Brook trout are easily identified by the yellowish, worm-like markings (or vermiculations) running along the fish’s back, contrasted against a dark greenish background.
www.fieldandstream.com /fieldstream/fishing/fishfinder/article/0,13440,196971,00.html   (508 words)

  
 The Bull Trout: A Threatened Species
The Bull Trout belongs to a branch of the trout family called "chars," along with the Lake Trout, (Eastern) Brook Trout, and Dolly Varden (which was once considered to be the same species as the Bull Trout).
They removed large bull trout to improve the survival of other fish.During the last 25 years, bull trout numbers have declined even more, primarily as a result of overfishing.This species is not in immediate danger of extinction in Alberta but could easily disappear from some lakes and streams.
Trout Unlimited Canada has embarked on an extensive sign campaign along streams throughout the entire eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains in Alberta to caution anglers not to keep any bull trout.
raysweb.net /specialplaces/pages/trout.html   (798 words)

  
 Trout: Minnesota DNR
Brown trout are the hardiest of the trout species and as a result can tolerate water warmer and less clear than rainbows and especially brook trout require.
A type of large rainbow trout that lives most of its life in Lake Superior and spawns in large North Shore rivers is called a steelhead.
A cross between a lake trout and a brook trout, called a splake, is also found in some northern lakes.
www.dnr.state.mn.us /fish/trout/index.html   (324 words)

  
 Trout Guide
Virginia's warm climate and topography generally limit trout habitat to the western portion of the state.
See the Trout Stocking Plan for the streams and lakes stocked and their stocking schedule.
Restrictions have been applied to certain wild trout waters, as well as several types of stocked trout streams, to provide anglers with the opportunity to catch more and larger trout throughout the fishing season.
www.dgif.virginia.gov /fishing/trout   (360 words)

  
 North Carolina Cooperative Extension: Trout Cooking Recipes
Rainbow trout, like other foods can be rendered unpalatable when prepared incorrectly.
Trout, like all other fish and seafood, is best prepared as fresh as possible.
Marinating the trout in lemon juice, adding lemon juice, or using lemon pepper in the recipe helps eliminate the fishy flavor some people detest.
www.ces.ncsu.edu /copubs/ag/aqua/trout/034   (729 words)

  
 Trout Fishing Services New Zealand - fly fishing, trout fishing, guided fishing trips, trips for experts and beginners ...
Trout Fishing Services New Zealand - fly fishing, trout fishing, guided fishing trips, trips for experts and beginners with a professional fishing guide in the south island of New Zealand
The variation of trout fishing experiences that I offer is almost limitless - fly fishing, spin fishing, or boat fishing.
The first trout guiding service to achieve Qualmark's "Endorsed Visitor Activity" status.
www.troutfishingservices.co.nz   (0 words)

  
 Sportsman's Resource - Trout Fishing Web Sites
Trout are perhaps the most popular freshwater game fish in the world.
Sportsman's Resource has listed fishing lodges located on waters where trout can be found, and outfitters that can put you in the middle of exciting trout fishing action.
You will also find fly shops for all your fly fishing needs, taxidermists that are well skilled in trout mounts, and other web sites related to fishing for brown trout, steelhead, lake trout, and their kin.
www.sportsmansresource.com /ffishtrout.htm   (303 words)

  
 Over the Rainbow - Trout Recipes - Seafood Seasons, Western Fisheries
The rainbow trout that grace our tables were introduced in the 1930s from western North America to provide food and recreational fishing.
Trout needs little cooking and can be pan fried, oven baked, home smoked and barbecued.
Arrange bok choy and english spinach on plates, overlay the pan fried trout and garnish with the bcurre blanc and chopped fresh chives.
www.fish.wa.gov.au /wf/recipes/Trout.php   (979 words)

  
 TWRA-Fisheries Management Division
These fisheries are maintained by stocking adult trout from spring through fall with most of the fish being stocked during the spring and summer.
The trout fishing in the tailwaters below in red ink are only good during the stocked periods due to warm water temperatures at other times.
Each year TWRA biologist survey trout populations in tailwaters to evaluate the current fishing regulations and stocking rates.
www.state.tn.us /twra/fish/StreamRiver/tailtrout/tailtrout.html   (353 words)

  
 Open Directory - Recreation: Outdoors: Fishing: Trout   (Site not responding. Last check: )
California Trout - The dream is to restore trout and steelhead resources to what they were in early California.
Trout In The Classroom - Educational program for fourth and fifth graders from Nevada Department of Wildlife.
Trouts and Seasons of The Mountain Village - Drawings of trout from Japanese artist Fujioka.
dmoz.org /Recreation/Outdoors/Fishing/Trout   (587 words)

  
 Brook Trout/Fish of the Great Lakes by Wisconsin Sea Grant
Though natural populations of brook trout reside in Lake Superior, Minnesota and Wisconsin are also stocking several thousand of these fish each year to help maintain the "coaster" variety as well as the stream-dwelling native.
Whatever the size, the brook is relatively easy to catch and has a sweet and delicate meat rivaling that of whitefish and walleye.
Modest stocking programs in northern Lake Michigan are helping to maintain the brook trout as a coaster as well as a stream-dwelling native.
www.seagrant.wisc.edu /greatlakesfish/brooktrout.html   (344 words)

  
 Lake Trout Description with Destination Fishing Vacations in Canada, fishing lodges, fly fishing, freshwater angling, ...
Lake trout require, cold, clear, well oxygenated water, so they are found almost exclusively in oligotropic lakes.
Lake trout are slow-growing and long-lived, sometimes reaching an age of 40 years.
A 102- pound lake trout was taken in a gillnet in Lake Athabasca, Saskatchewan, in 1961.
www.pvisuals.com /fishing/species/laketrout.html   (387 words)

  
 NJDEP Division of Fish & Wildlife - Trout in the Classroom
Trout in the Classroom (TIC) is a supplementary educational activity supported by the NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife.
Raising trout is a hands-on activity that engages students and helps to connect them to real-life water quality, fish and wildlife issues and problems...and inspires them to seek solutions.
The Division of Fish and Wildlife supplies brook trout eggs from the Pequest Trout Hatchery at no charge to teachers who want to raise trout in their classrooms.
www.state.nj.us /dep/fgw/troutinclassroom.htm   (450 words)

  
 Troutnut.com Fly Fishing for Trout
On the highest level, it is a chance to match wits not against a fish, but against the power of evolution itself to hone a creature's instinct for scrutiny to masterful levels.
Aquatic Insects of American Trout StreamsFly fishing demands imitation of the look and behavior of the insects trout eat.
Trout Stream Landscape and Fish PicturesThe allure of fly fishing for trout owes much to the pristine habitats that trout prefer, and such streams are also a gift to the landscape photographer.
www.troutnut.com   (0 words)

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