In one of the seminars I attended during the recent Somerset show, it was suggested that tiger trout hybidization sometimes occurs naturally in streams where both species are reproducing. Do any of you folks know whether or not this is true? BTW, speaking of tiger trout, three years ago I was fishing for shad in the Susquehanna about 100 yards above the mouth of Deer Creek using spinning gear and darts. I hooked something that fought much harder than shad do, and thought perhaps it was a big smallie, but it turned out to be a really nice tiger trout that taped at 21-1/4". The only thing I can
figure is that it came down the Octararo from PA, as they stock them up there.