National Geographic : 1950 Oct
© National Geographic Society 529 Kodachrome by tobert F. Sisson New England's Rare and Beautiful Golden Trout Live Only in Three Icy Lakes To increase Nature's yield, this hatchery man removes adult fish from gill and dip nets in Sunapee Lake, New Hampshire. Later he will strip them of roe and milt (p. 533) and hatch the young in troughs. He works by night, the only time the fish leave the depths to spawn. Distinct from the West's golden variety, Sunapee trout (Salvelinus aureolus) are found only in New Hampshire, Maine, and possibly Vermont.