brook·​ie | \ ˈbru̇-kē How to pronounce brookie (audio) \

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But for serious fisherman, this 60-acre oasis supports a healthy population of trout including rainbows, brookies and cutthroat, as well as artic grayling. Roger Naylor, azcentral, "Cool off this summer at these lakes near Payson," 8 June 2018 In subsequent years, brookies outperformed rainbow and brown trout, Damman said. Paul A. Smith, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Smith: Trout ponds of Washburn County offer solitude and splendor," 16 Dec. 2017 Trout anglers are finding fair action, too, on rainbows and brookies. sacbee, "Salmon season off to slow start, but there are signs of hope," 31 July 2017

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1933, in the meaning defined above

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