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    This tiger trout took a damsel dry. In my experience tigers seem to especially like eating adult damsels. This one is one of the prettier trout I have caught.



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    1. Salvelinus

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      Date: 10-15-04
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    worldanglr
    Nice photo, nice fish.
    #1 10-15-04 8:36am

    aaron j
    Wow! Those are such cool-looking trout. Can't wait till I catch my first one. Where did you find that beauty?
    #2 10-15-04 12:47pm

    Salvelinus

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    Sorry, I don't mean to seem unfriendly but I can't tell you where I caught it. The lake can't handle that much pressure. Lenice and Nunnally have tigers though and I have caught them of this size there.
    #3 10-15-04 5:11pm

    dryfly09

    Presentation With Distance
    I love how tigers look and that is one hell of a fish
    #4 1-16-06 5:03am

    QHays

    Premember
    Another genetic mutant... Hatchery created craziness... Good thing they can't breed and hybridize with the natives like other introductions (rainbows, etc.)
    #5 1-23-06 10:37pm

    mountie83
    What is a Tiger a hybrid of?
    #6 2-12-06 6:22pm

    Andy

    Workin in a sweet mullet
    its a brownie/brookie mix
    #7 2-13-06 2:01am

    KermodeDon

    Spirit Bears
    Bueaty!
    I know I would like to find one. Just one...
    #8 9-23-06 2:58pm

    meaux2
    Are tiger trout stocked in Washington State Lakes bred in Washington State hatcheries and if so, where?


    Tks.


    Meaux from Baker City, Oregon
    #9 3-31-08 1:07am

    Salvelinus

    Member
    I'm not sure where they are bred but I think it's very likely that it's in WA. If you call the WDFW I'm sure they'd tell you where they are bred.
    #10 4-1-08 3:46am

    troutcatcher6
    I have caught those spin fishing out on fish lake....... Can't w8 to catch a fat one fly fishin!!
    #11 8-12-08 6:25am

    stilly stalker

    Tuna sniffer
    I know Kendall creek hatchery in Whatcom county raises them
    #12 7-13-10 1:26am

    andy.larkin
    Nice one. Didn't know there were tiger's up in the NW.


    Twin Lake in Manitoba has a "Trophy" tiger trout fishery with fish up to 30+".


    They're a blast to fish when the boatmen begin to fall in the late autumn.
    #13 3-23-11 12:17am


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