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Is rainbow trout very fishy tasting?

Asked: Ryan Hull, Last Updated:

Rainbow Trout The pinkish meat is mild and delicate, and they're generally the perfect serving size for one per person. Rainbow Trout doesn't usually taste too “fishy.” It can sometimes have a slight muddy taste, though, depending on where it was raised.

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