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Canada and North America side of
Pacific Ocean are their home.
They were first moved to Yunoko Lake
in Tochigi in 1902 by Paret.
They are usually 12 inches long.
But I caught one which was 20 inches long
in Yukawa River of Oku-Nikko in 1977.
The nothern part of North America
is their home.
They live long, become very larger
and grow up about 110lb in the home.
They were movrd to Chuzenji Lake in Tochigi
from 1966 to 1969.
They live in rivers in Alaska and Canada,
and rivers in Pacific Ocean side the USA.
They were moved and raised
in Japan since 1877.
Steelhead trouts a type which goes out to sea
are popular for sports fishing
in Canada and America.
My record is 24.5 inches long.
Europe is their home.
They were moved to USA at the end
of the ninteen century.
Moved to Japan with Brook trout's roes.
The largest is about 3.3 feets.
They appear in a classical song, "Trout"
composed by F. Shubert.