“Although most anglers I talk to think yellow trout fight better, look better, taste better and are more finicky, they are in reality rainbow trout,” said Joe Chapman, the manager of Idaho Fish and Game’s Hagerman hatchery. “I like to jokingly tell people they are trout that have already been buttered.”
“Although most anglers I talk to think yellow trout fight better, look better, taste better and are more finicky, they are in reality rainbow trout,” said Joe Chapman, the manager of Idaho Fish and Game’s Hagerman hatchery. “I like to jokingly tell people they are trout that have already been buttered.” Provided by Idaho Fish and Game
“Although most anglers I talk to think yellow trout fight better, look better, taste better and are more finicky, they are in reality rainbow trout,” said Joe Chapman, the manager of Idaho Fish and Game’s Hagerman hatchery. “I like to jokingly tell people they are trout that have already been buttered.” Provided by Idaho Fish and Game

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