Sugar trout time.There's a funny idea in Sarasota that you need a boat to catch fish, and it's just not true. For example, January and February are the months when sugar trout trout: see salmon.
Any of several prized game and food fishes of the family Salmonidae, native to the Northern Hemisphere but widely introduced elsewhere. Though most species inhabit cool fresh waters, a few (called sea trout; e.g. , beloved by all but especially, it seems, in the Amish community, traditionally migrate through.
Sugar trout, sometimes called silver perch, are seldom over seven or eight inches long, but make up for that by being feisty, especially tasty tast·y
adj. tast·i·er, tast·i·est
1. Having a pleasing flavor; savory.
2. Having or showing good taste; tasteful.
tast and plentiful--when they show up. Dennis Hart of Hart's Landing recalls years when everyone bundled up, fished off a bridge somewhere in town and went home with a bucket full of the little critters that always reminded those of us from the Great Lakes Great Lakes, group of five freshwater lakes, central North America, creating a natural border between the United States and Canada and forming the largest body of freshwater in the world, with a combined surface area of c.95,000 sq mi (246,050 sq km). area of big beautiful smelt.
This is the month to keep your ears open for news of sugar trout passing through. And if you hear, join the community of bridge, seawall seawall: see coast protection. and wading anglers--those "small" folks who don't have the funds or perhaps just the inclination inclination, in astronomy, the angle of intersection between two planes, one of which is an orbital plane. The inclination of the plane of the moon's orbit is 5°9' with respect to the plane of the ecliptic (the plane of the earth's orbit around the sun). to own boats--for this tasty annual Sarasota tradition.