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Bob Berry's illustrations of rainbows in Breakthrough Magazine

Discussion in 'Fish Taxidermy' started by Cecil, Sep 18, 2006.

  1. Cecil

    Cecil Well-Known Member

    When Bob Berry did several illlustrations of rainbow trout and their variations in color and markings in an issue of Breakthrough, did he by any chance do a series on brown trout in the same way? I don't have a complete libary of all of the Breakthrough issues and may have missed it.

    I need something to clearly show the difference between summer lucastrine browns and fall color browns in a Kiosk at a local trout lake -- along with rainbows and brooks, and was hoping he had done so. Of course I would ask Larry Bloomquist for premission and give full credit for the illustrations to Bob.

    We have a special trophy regulation for browns in this particular lake and some anglers can't tell a summer brown from a summer rainbow. I'm not happy with the photos I'm finding, and although I have pictures of fall browns I don't have any of the silvery summer ones.
  2. Cecil
    Is that the In Depth Study of Rainbow Trout Issue 37 pp 52-61 ??

    If so there was an In Depth Study of Brook Trout Issue 40 pp 30-35 and
    In Depth Study of Yellowstone Cutthroat Issue 43 pp 70-75

    but I don't see any for the Brown, at least I did not see any where I was looking


  3. Frank E. Kotula

    Frank E. Kotula master, judge, instructor

    As far as I know Cecil no. I go back or way back on Breakthrough.
  4. Cecil

    Cecil Well-Known Member

    Thanks all greatly appreciated! I will give you all karma points.