Video: A Look at Bull Trout in “Portraits of a Predator”

Portraits of a Predator from BlueBlood on Vimeo.

It seems as though bull trout are only now getting some of the attention they deserve, and a new video from BlueBlood offers a good look at this freshwater predator.

From BlueBlood:

“Bull Trout (Salvelinus confluentus) are a long lived, apex predator native to the Pacific Northwest, migrating from tiny tributaries to main stem sections throughout the changing seasons. Known for their aggressive nature by fly fishermen, underwater they are calm and confident. They are a truly fascinating predator and one of my absolute favorite fish species I have personally encountered.”

To check out more from BlueBlood, click here.



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