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What is considered a big rainbow trout?

Asked: Andre Jones, Last Updated:

They have small black spots on their backs, fins, and tail. Average mature fish are around 16 inches long and weigh between 2 and 8 pounds. (The largest rainbow ever caught, however, was in Canada and weighed 48 pounds.)

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