sea trout


Definition of sea trout

1 : any of various trouts or chars that as adults inhabit the sea but ascend rivers to spawn
2 : any of various marine fishes resembling trouts: such as

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Recent Examples on the Web Coming in second place was Paul Doehring, of Naples, who caught a 16-inch sea trout with Hanson. Emmett Hall,, 9 Sep. 2021 Mahi, tuna, grouper and sailfish were a few of the offshore targets, while snook, sea trout and large mangrove snappers were some of the inshore species being caught. Emmett Hall,, 9 Sep. 2021 The top inshore winners were Linda Harrel, of Oakland Park, who hooked a 17.5-inch sea trout with Capt. Emmett Hall,, 9 Sep. 2021 Recent dishes have included burrata with zucchini, pine nuts, basil, and mint or sea trout with cannellini bean puree, roasted tomatoes, and garlic breadcrumbs. Eric Rosen, Travel + Leisure, 20 July 2021 Some large sea trout are in the swash channel at dawn—catch them by wading and throwing topwaters like the Rapala Skitter Vee or soft plastics like the Slick Lure. Frank Sargeant, al, 4 June 2021 Must haves include the addictive potato chips with sour cream and sea trout Roe, the velvety roasted carrot hummus, the juicy Whippoorwill Burger with Grafton cheddar, and a local cheese plate. William Li, Town & Country, 5 Oct. 2020 Oysters are a keystone species, filtering water and building out reefs that reduce erosion while supporting a vibrant habitat for sea trout, red drum, crabs and an abundance of other marine life. Zachary T. Sampson,, 10 Aug. 2020 Below me, the redfish and sea trout rocket around thick beds of marine turtle grass, making their own hunt for nourishment. Southern Living, 12 July 2020

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First Known Use of sea trout

1661, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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The first known use of sea trout was in 1661

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“Sea trout.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 26 Jan. 2022.

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