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Revision as of 02:00, July 1, 2020

"I caught a brook trout! I guess that little guy's just trOUT of luck!" —Animal Crossing (GCN)
Brook Trout
 
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Scientific name Salvelinus fontinalis
Family Salmonidae
Time of year All year
Time of day All day
Location Lake
Size About 30 cm
Shadow size Small-Medium
Rarity Uncommon
Selling price 150 Bells
Main Appearances
Other Appearances

The Brook Trout is uncommon fish that can be caught only in Animal Crossing and Doubutsu no Mori e+, replacing the Herabuna from Doubutsu no Mori and Doubutsu no Mori+. It can be caught in the lake. It appears all day, all year.

Catch details

In Animal Crossing and Doubutsu no Mori e+

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Brook Trout
"I caught a brook trout! I guess that little guy's just trOUT of luck!"

Times Unknown
Location Lake
Shadow Size Unknown
Rarity Unknown
Selling Price 99k Bells NH Inv Icon cropped.png 150 Bells
Tank Size 1.0 x 1.0

Donating to the museum

Blathers will give a speech on the brook trout when the brook trout is donated to the Museum:

In Animal Crossing and Doubutsu no Mori e+

"Even run-of-the-mill, common fish are valuable resources, you see. All part of the grand tapestry, wot! We will take excellent care of this fellow, oh yes. You can rest assured. Excellent care, indeed."


Further information

A real Brook trout

This fish lives in eastern North America, in lakes, rivers, and ponds at a high altitude. Some of these fish stray out to sea, but, unlike the salmon, they will not stray far from the river mouth. Despite being named a trout, it is genetically more closely related to the char. The brook trout has a dark green to brown color, with a distinctive marbled pattern of lighter shades across the flanks and back and extending at least to the dorsal fin, and often to the tail. A distinctive sprinkling of red dots, surrounded by blue halos, occurs along the flanks.

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