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Back in February, Larry Olson caught these Apache trout in Arizona. The Apache trout is the state fish of Arizona, and is one of only two species of trout native to that state, with the other being the gila trout.
Apache trout are a yellowish-gold color with a golden belly and have medium-sized dark spots that are evenly spaced and that may extend below the lateral line and onto the dorsal and tail fins. The top of its head and back are dark olive in color, and it has the appearance of having a black stripe/mask through each of its eyes, due to two small black dots on either side of the pupil. There can be a throat mark below the lower jaw, ranging in color from yellow to gold. Larry was at Silver Creek,a 45-mile-long stream located in the White Mountains of Arizona north of Show Low. It is a tributary of the Little Colorado River. It is also the site of a supervolcano that erupted 18.8 million years ago.
Taneycomo, near second outlet, water very high, no generation but two spillways open. Bob Randall, fish caught on grey scud, 3/6/2019.
Alan Reed, naturalist at the Springfield Conservation Nature Center, shows off this 28inch male brown trout caught on mop / mega worm on 5wt rod. White river Arkansas.
Harry Morgan, Rockbridge
Mike Kidd, Crane Creek
Mike Kidd, Ron Ward, Belize