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Old 03-08-2017, 11:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Where you can catch three different species of trout.






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Panguitch. Otter Creek. Minersville. Fish Lake. Strawberry. Jordanelle. Deer Creek. Flaming gorge.

Lot's of others too.
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Panguitch. Otter Creek. Minersville. Fish Lake. Strawberry. Jordanelle. Deer Creek. Flaming gorge.

Lot's of others too.
Browne Lake, Sheep creek lake, Long Park, Mantua, etc, etc.
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Koosharem, Navajo, Blind Lake, Mill Meadow, and Yankee Meadow among others.
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First, nice fish. Hope to get back at it myself in a couple days.

For your question, with the combo of tiger, bow, and cutt, my guesses for where you were would include Birch creek, Currant creek, Lost creek, plus a couple that PBH mentioned.

As others have noted, many lakes have 3 trout species.

Now for some extra challenge, try for 4 or 5. A couple weeks ago, I got 5 species in one day. (4 trout species plus perch) Bow, splake, tiger, mack, and perch. I was bummed I didn't get a brown that day for the super 6. It doesn't take rocket science to figure out where I was fishing.
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do brook trout, lake trout, and splake count as trout??
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With the introduction of Splake and Tigers you would have a smaller list of lakes that only have one or two species.
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do brook trout, lake trout, and splake count as trout??

Fair question. Do tigers only count as half a trout?

That said, it would have sounded weird if Buckmaster had wrote "where can you catch 2 1/2 species of trout and 1/2 species of char".
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