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Brown Trout Cribbage Boards
Item #brown-trout-cribbage-board
Regular Price$45.00
Sale Price$27.29
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Brown Trout Cribbage Boards
Premium Package:
This Complete Cribbage Set Includes
  6 Gorgeous Genuine Swarovski Crystal Cribbage Pegs on Polished Brass and
      Silver Stems with Gems chosen to Compliment your Cribbage Board Colors.
  2 American Decks of Cards from the U.S. Playing Card Company
  Cribbage Rules and Instructions

Basic Board:
 > 4 wood pegs



Cribbage Board Dimensions are 15.75 by 7.5 inches

The brown trout is a medium-sized fish, growing to 20 kg or more in some localities although in many smaller rivers a mature weight of 1 kg (2 lb) or less is common. The spawning behaviour of brown trout is similar to that of the closely related Atlantic salmon. A typical female produces about 2,000 eggs per kilogram (900 eggs per pound) of body weight at spawning. On Sept. 11, 2009, a 41.45 lb (18.80 kg) Brown trout was caught by Tom Healy in the Manistee river system in Michigan, setting a new state record and possibly, a new world record for Brown trout. As of late December 2009, the fish captured by Mr. Healy was confirmed by both the International Game Fish Association and the Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame, as the new all tackle world record for the species. This fish now supplants the former world record from the Little Red River in Arkansas.

Brown trout can live to ages of 20 years. But as with the Atlantic salmon, there is a high proportion of death of anadromous males after spawning and probably fewer than 20% of anadromous female kelts recover from spawning. The migratory forms grow to significantly larger sizes for their age due to abundant forage fish in the waters they spend most of their lives. They are active both by day and by night and are opportunistic feeders. While in fresh water, the diet will frequently include invertebrates from the streambed, other fish, frogs, mice, birds, and insects flying near the water's surface. The high dietary reliance upon insect larvae, pupae, nymphs and adults is what allows trout to be a favoured target for fly fishing. Sea trout are especially fished for at night using wet flies.