Information about the Brook Trout:
The Brook Trout (sometimes called a speckled trout or squaretail) is a freshwater fish native to ponds, streams, lakes throughout much of the eastern parts of North America. It has been introduced into parts of the West Coast where it now has stable populations. While it is called trout, it is actually a char. The fish is very popular with anglers, and large specimens are much sought after. The Brook Trout can sometimes interbreed with other similar species and create hybrid fish, which can negatively impact native species. The Brook Trout is the official state fish of Michigan, New Hampshire, Vermont, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania as well as Virginia and West Virginia.
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