Lake trout

Lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) is a freshwater char living mainly in lakes in northern North America. Other names for it include mackinaw, lake char (or charr), touladi, togue, and grey trout. More

Lake trout, along with brook trout, belong to the "char" sub-group of salmonine fishes that is distinct from the "true" trout and salmon. Lake trout inhabit deep, cold lakes, and are strongly influenced by annual temperature events within a lake. More

General description: Lake trout have a body shape similar to that of trout and salmon. They generally have small, light, irregular shaped spots on a silvery-to-dark background; but color can vary considerably at different seasons and between populations. More

CM0004D001Sport fishermen troll for lake trout on a summer evening. More

3-kg) lake trout are caught in shallow water; in summer, fish of up to 100 lbs (45 kg) are trolled in deep water. Lake trout were virtually eliminated from the Great Lakes by the sea lamprey, which entered through the Welland Canal in the 1930s. More

* lake trout, salmon trout, Salvelinus namaycush — large fork-tailed trout of lakes of Canada and the northern United States - Learn More togue More

DESCRIPTION - The Lake Trout or Lake Char is typically 15-20 inches long, weighing an average of 10 pounds but they have been known to exceed 100 pounds. More

abundance of lake trout which were extirpated by the late 1800's. Lake trout are again present due to management by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), Vermont, and the US Fish and Wildlife Service. More

Lake Trout (Lake Superior) - 2010 season 01/01/10 - 03/31/10 Stream trout (Winter) SE catch and release season 01/01/10 - 03/31/10 Lake Trout - Winter (within BWCA) season 01/15/10 - 03/31/10 Lake Trout More

Belonging to the char group, the lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) is known as togue (in the Northeast), mackinaw (in the West), and as gray trout in much of Canada. Native throughout Canada and across the northern United States, lake trout require cold, well-oxygenated waters from 43 More

Lake Trout caught by Craig Mizhuara fishing in Lake Crowley in California on 11/11/09 Fishing report - 15.0 lb. Lake Trout caught by Ice WarriorGill fishing in Lake Champlain in New York on 06/22/09 Fishing report - 19.5 in. More

Lake trout are native to New England, the Great Lakes area, and Canada. In the Lake Michigan waters of Wisconsin, they can be found in the outer half of Green Bay and along the entire Lake Michigan shoreline. More

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Lake Trout fishing in Ontario. We also have documents, which are expert fishing tips and techniques for catching Lake Trout in the summer down deep with light action equipment. More

The Lake Trout Lodge is conveniently located 17 miles from Watkins Glen,home of Watkins Glen International . 15 miles from Geneva, home of Hobart and William Smith College. More

understand what the Lake Trout are doing and where they have gone. * Locations A, B, C, & D are void of any Trout. More

Lake trout also are the only trout in Ohio with a deeply forked tail. RANGE & HABITAT: Lake trout are native to the Great Lakes and prefer deep, coldwater lakes throughout North America. They are usually found offshore in deep, well-oxygenated water. More

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. More

Lake troutPrior to the introduction of salmon and non-native trout into the Great Lakes, lake trout were the alpha predators. More

The lake trout, like other members of the char family, is typically northern in distribution. In Ontario they occur in Lake Ontario, Lake Huron, Lake Superior and across the deep, cold lakes of the Canadian Shield. Illustration credit: U.S. More

Lake Trout in Lake Nipigon have an astonishing average size of 20 pounds with many being caught and released during the summer that range between 30 and 40 pounds. On occasion Lake Trout in the 45-pound class get caught. More

Pine Lake Trout Club is just the place! The quiet and charming Log Cabin Dining Room and cozy member lounge offers members the perfect place to relax and visit with friends. More

In most waters, lake trout rely heavily on small fish like ciscoes, smelt, or sculpins. But in some lakes, they feed almost exclusively on plankton, insects, or crustaceans. In this situation, lake trout never reach the size of those in fish-eating populations. More

than half a century, lake trout were the most valuable commercial fish in the Upper Great Lakes. More

Lake Trout caught on Bear Lake Lake Trout caught on Bear Lake Description: This species of char has a background color of gray-brown, overlaid with light spots that vary in intensity with age and environment. More

The Apostle Island lake trout population flounders no more, thanks to a big heap of stony rubble. Betsy Bartelt On the eastern edge of the Apostle Islands archipelago, in the Wisconsin waters of Lake Superior, lies Gull Island Shoal. More

Order : Salmoniformes
Family : Salmonidae
Genus : Salmo
Species : Salmo trutta lacustris
Authority : Linnaeus, 1758