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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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Under the multi-party pact, the nonprofit citizens group acquired half of a 640-acre section in the Elk Creek drainage, a critical habitat for the native bull trout federal officials consider a threatened species.
Park officials designed a $20,000 barrier to stop non-native lake trout from replacing the west slope cutthroat trout and bull trout in the Quartz Creek drainage.
To facilitate "recovery" of salmon, steelhead, and bull trout, Washington state devised a set of road maintenance rules "designed to repair fish-blocking culverts and stem runoff from forest roads that load waterways with sediment that smothers fish eggs, raises water temperature and alters stream courses," reported the Seattle Times.
The story of the Klamath basin is one of watershed politics--federal reclamation projects and farmers, ranchers and refuges, endangered suckers and bull trout and salmon, Native American tribespeople and dams and a small city, all wanting the same resource.
The action was taken to protect the river's endangered chinook and steelhead trout and its threatened bull trout.
River of the Angry Moon: Seasons on the Bella Coola describes a year in the life of the Bella Coola River in British Columbia, as the author flyfishes for whitefish, bull trout, cutthroat, and steelhead.
Bull trout is his guess, looking at the broken tippet.
A study to assess the migration and spawning pattems of the bull trout, as well as sizes and population of the fish in the upper and lower Duncan River system and Kootenay Lake, is half complete.
Modifications at the Trail Bridge Dam will enable Chinook salmon, bull trout and other fish to once again migrate into the uppermost reaches of the river.
Tenders are invited for The flow study is a vital component in a comprehensive River restoration program seeking to restore ecological functions to support spring Chinook and Endangered Species Act (ESA) listed steelhead and bull trout.
The bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus) is a stream-living fish in the salmon family distributed ]*H in drainages of the northwestern United States.