The Brown Trout (Salmo Trutta) is also known by it’s anadromous form the Sea Trout. The Brown Trout is considered to be native to Europe and parts of Asia, but have been planted all over the world as a sport fish. They are usually found in well oxygenated waters (especially in mountain streams) and hold in water where there are undercut banks, submereged rocks, and overhanging vegitation. Browns are oppertunistic feeders in Freshwater feeding on; insects, smaller fish (including other trout), mice, birds, etc.
Time of year: Early Spring through Late Fall
Flies: Dries, Nymphs, Emergers, Streamers
Rod and Reel: 0-5 Weight Rod and Reel depending on the water (6-9 Foot Rod with good action, and WF or DT Floating line)
Locations: Many Mountain Streams throughout the San Gabriel, San Bernardino, and Sierra Mountains.
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