Brook Trout (Salvelinus fontinalis)
The brook trout is a native trout that lives in
cool, well oxygenated streams and rivers. The brook trout feeds
on small insects found in the river. Brook trout are among the
most colorful fish species seen in a river or stream. They are
also called "brookies."
White Sucker (Catostomus
White suckers are bottom feeding fish that spend
most of their time in shallow, warm waters. During spring
they migrate up rivers and streams to spawn. White suckers
are among the most common fish species found in rivers and streams
during spring and summer.