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bull trout

n.
A freshwater game fish (Salvelinus confluentus) of western North America, having yellow spots on the back and red or orange spots on the sides, and resembling the Dolly Varden.

bull trout

n
(Animals) any large trout, esp the salmon trout
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(WA) Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association Restore 15 acres of riparian habitat to improve water quality and habitat for Chinook salmon, bull trout and steelhead salmon in Puget Sound and Whatcom County.
Endangered spring Chinook, endangered steelhead, and threatened bull trout also use the White River for migration, spawning and rearing.
The Oregon Department of Forestry is holding a series of public hearings and open houses to collect comment on a proposal that would increase stream buffers by 10 feet and approximately double standards for trees left after harvest to protect salmon, steelhead and bull trout in Western Oregon.
The site, located two miles northeast of Columbia Falls, covers approximately 960 acres north of the Flathead River, a fishery that includes the federally designated threatened bull trout and the federally sensitive westslope cutthroat trout.
Indeed, the plight of iconic species such as bull trout, salmon, and grizzly bears easily captivates folks in the Pacific Northwest and beyond.
Trophy rainbows, browns, and bull trout also abound.
Bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus) were captured in 24 of 43 streams sampled from three watersheds: the Kotaneelee River, the South Nahanni River, and the Central Mackenzie Mountains.
Endangered bull trout and some of the last remaining genetically-pure populations of westslope cutthroat trout thrive here.
Another fish an estuary 'Bull Trout' of 2lb was caught at Ryton.
With the 1999 listing of the bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus) as a threatened species and a 40 percent reduction in staff levels over the past decade, consultations for the Coastal-Puget Sound bull trout population overwhelmed the field office and created unprecedented backlogs.
Other papers address the Columbia River fishes of the Lewis and Clark expedition, a look at the bonytail of Colorado and the Pacific lamphrey in Red River Idaho, and the conservation of such species as the Bull Trout in Washington.