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· Formerly Tight Loops
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If it was a bit smaller mouthed, with a tall dorsal, then it was likely to be a grayling. That is the only fish that I know of that describes like you say, but I would not call it a trout-like fish.

Maybe it was a Kokanee, but I would not consider them to be in small alpine lakes. I think that grayling could hold out however. Grayling are very rare in Washington, but they are only found in the mountain lakes, as they prefer more artic conditions than we have.

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