landlocked salmon

noun

Definition of landlocked salmon

  1. 1 :  a landlocked phase that is sometimes regarded as a distinct variety (Salmo salar sebago) or a separate species (S. sebago) of the salmon of the Atlantic and is native to lakes of eastern North America from New Hampshire to New Brunswick —called also Sebago salmon

  2. 2 :  lake trout

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