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    Wild or not?

    So, over on Garden State Trout, there is a thread, a fellow is claiming this to be a wild SBRR fish, thoughts?
    http://gardenstatetrout.com/forum/vi...c.php?f=1&t=44

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    Re: Wild or not?

    Not a wild fish in my opinion. No red spots at all, and many of the dark spots border each other creating a bit of a chain pickerel look in a few places. I've seen that look on many stocked fish in NY state. Can't tell the condition of the pectoral fins from that picture, but the coloration says stocked fish to me.

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    Re: Wild or not?

    I would go with stocked. It looks like the pectoral fin is worn down to a nub.


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    Re: Wild or not?

    Yes, if you read the thread over there, you will see the guy figured it out...thanks

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    Re: Wild or not?

    Whew!
    I'm glad that's settled.

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    Re: Wild or not?

    Quote Originally Posted by Future Fanatic View Post
    Whew!
    I'm glad that's settled.
    Yes, THANKS for your input.

    ​it is appreciated...

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    Re: Wild or not?

    Quote Originally Posted by lightenup View Post
    Yes, THANKS for your input.

    ​it is appreciated...
    Oh jeez, LIGHTENUP, if I had thought that my experience with sbrr brown trout would add to the discussion and would be of value to you, I woulda opined.

    But given the last one I caught has been dead about 40 years...

    The wild/stocked debate does still fascinate though...

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    Re: Wild or not?

    Quote Originally Posted by Future Fanatic View Post
    Oh jeez, LIGHTENUP, if I had thought that my experience with sbrr brown trout would add to the discussion and would be of value to you, I woulda opined.

    But given the last one I caught has been dead about 40 years...

    The wild/stocked debate does still fascinate though...
    Well, then it's time for you to go catch another one, and I really don't think much here fascinates you..

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    Re: Wild or not?

    LU, is this wild or stocked?

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    Re: Wild or not?

    Quote Originally Posted by FIN-ITE 34 View Post
    LU, is this wild or stocked?
    I can't believe yours asking him and not me.

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    Re: Wild or not?

    FF, native or alien?

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    Re: Wild or not?

    There both stocked. They were stocked from germany to the United States around 1880

    To look good is to fish good

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