Range of Lake Trout
The range of the Great Lakes trout, the name having reference to the Great Lakes and not, as some anglers and angling writers seem to understand ^" it, to the size of the fish, is given by Jordan and Evermann as follows: "The lake trout trout is found in most large lakes from New Brunswick and Maine westward throughout the Great Lakes region and to Vancouver Island, thence northward to Northern Alaska, Hudson Bay, and Labrador. It is known from Henry Lake in Idaho and elsewhere in the headwaters of the Columbia. It is known also from the Fraser River basin, from Vancouver Island, and various places in Alaska."
Camp, Samuel Granger. The Fine Art of Fishing. New York: Outing Pub., 1911. Print.
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