The rainbow trout, of which like the others described there are a number of species, are native to the streams of the Northwest. They have also been introduced into eastern waters, and are now found in many streams of Wisconsin, Michigan, New York, and southward. In some streams they grow to a much larger size than in others, but all through they grow larger than the eastern brook trout. They are gamey fighters and are fished for in the same ways as the brook trout. In the West they are taken quite often by trolling.
Brooks, Lake. The Science of Fishing. Columbus, OH: A.R. Harding, 1912. Print.
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