Category Archives: Trout life cycle

“Troot in the Shed 2014” on Dreamstore Academy website

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68 day-old brown trout fry

As promised last month, here’s a new video of the same small brown trout 4 weeks later. Their yolk sacs are completely reabsorbed now and they have started feeding actively.

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Brown trout alevins

This short video features 38 day-old alevins kept at an average temperature of about 7˚C. I’ll post another video once the yolk sac has been completely reabsorbed.

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North Walls School alevins released in the Ore Burn

I’m delighted to publish this report which Cameron Stout, the Class 2 teacher at North Walls emailed me. It was written by his pupils for the April issue of The Blether, “the newsletter of the community of Hoy and Walls” … Continue reading

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Stronsay pupils release their fry into the Meikle Water

Spring was in the air on March 28th when the time had come to release the alevins hatched at the Stronsay School. The island was bathed in sunshine and the surface of the Meikle Water was hardly broken by a … Continue reading

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St.Andrews fry released in the Burn of Quoykea

On Tuesday 19th March, the time came to let the small trout go into the Burn of Quoykea, situated within walking distance of the school. Led by Mr. McIntosh, their teacher and Sandy Kerr from the Orkney Trout Fishing Association, … Continue reading

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KGS release their alevins in the Wideford Burn (Inganess)

It was on March 18th that Mr. Ewing and his dedicated team from KGS met at Inganess Beach to release the  alevins they hatched in the school shed. Spring was in the air and it was a glorious day which seemed just perfect … Continue reading

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