troutperch

trout•perch

(ˈtraʊtˌpɜrtʃ)

n., pl. -perch•es, (esp. collectively) -perch.
a North American freshwater fish, Percopsis omiscomaycus, exhibiting characteristics of both trouts and perches.
[1810–20]
References in periodicals archive ?
But they also feed on perch, crappies, troutperch, and other species in the vicinity.
Here, scads of troutperch, gizzard shad, and other forage draw hungry 'eyes for a feeding frenzy.