Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun Any of several fishes of the same genus (Cynoscion) as the weakfish.
  • noun Any of several trouts or similar fishes that live in the sea but migrate to fresh water to spawn.

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  • noun Alternative form of sea trout.

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Examples

  • There's big seatrout in New Jersey if you can believe that.

    Flyfishing for Big Sea Trout in Argentina

  • There's big seatrout in New Jersey if you can believe that.

    Flyfishing for Big Sea Trout in Argentina

  • Other fish babes round 3 of reader submitted photos of women girls and ladies holding trout salmon bass pike redfish seatrout bluegills and other gamefish trophy species

    Mega Fish Babes Gallery

  • There are billfish and dolphin a quick run offshore, bonefish and tarpon on the sandy flats, redfish and seatrout in the backcountry region, plus snapper and grouper and jacks and scores more species — various sources put the number at 400 or 500, total.

    The Mid-Life Slam

  • That's me in the photo below fighting a seatrout with a five-weight fly rod on the dock of Getaway Adventure Lodge here in Port Mansfield, Texas.

    Light It Up

  • Other fish babes round 3 of reader submitted photos of women girls and ladies holding trout salmon bass pike redfish seatrout bluegills and other gamefish trophy species

    New Fish Babes Photos!

  • Uniquely in the crosshairs are creatures living at or near the sea floor: deep-sea corals, jellyfish, and soft-bottom fish such as Atlantic croaker, sand seatrout, Atlantic bumper, sea robin, and sand perch.

    What the Spill Will Kill

  • Inshore this is a conservation story about spotted seatrout and redfish along the texas coast based in port mansfield dealing with get-a-way adventures lodge and bruce and brandon shuler written by joe cermele

    Conservation: Crusaders of the Cowboy Coast

  • Sport fishery species such as red drum, black drum, southern flounder, and spotted seatrout occur throughout the coastal bays of this region and Ecoregion 34h.

    Ecoregions of Texas (EPA)

  • You can catch all sorts of inshore species on conventional or fly tackle here, but June is the zenith of the seatrout season.

    A STATE-BY-STATE GUIDE TO THE HOTTEST LAKES, RIVERS, STREAMS, AND HONEY HOLES IN AMERICA

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