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  1. Cutthroats no homebodies

    Craig Springer

    Salmon and steelhead migrations are storied. But scientists have long reasoned that inland trout were homebodies, that they stayed put throughout life. Some of the research backed up the notion. A study by Canadian trout biologists in the early 1990s showed that a great majority of cutthroats in a coastal stream moved less that 10 feet between spring and autumn. Other studies across the country on cutthroats, brook trout, and brown trout dating to the 1950s would leave me believing that inland trout never leave home.

    Story | Conversation | May 31, 2006