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How long can rainbow trout stay in the fridge?

Asked: Tom Fiddament, Last Updated:

Shelf Life of Trout

RefrigeratorFreezer
Fresh Lake or Rainbow Trout1-2 Days3-4 Months
Cooked Lake or Rainbow Trout3-4 Days2-3 Months
Fresh Sea Trout1-2 Days3-4 Months
Cooked Sea Trout3-4 Days2-3 Months

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