splake

[spleyk]
noun, plural splakes (especially collectively) splake.
the hybrid offspring of a lake trout and a brook trout.

Origin:
1950–55; sp(eckled trout) + lake (trout)

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splake (spleɪk)
 
n
a type of hybrid trout bred by Canadian zoologists
 
[from sp(eckled) + lake (trout)]

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Example sentences
Fishing at night with a dead minnow in early spring can also be effective for
  splake.
The lake is known for excellent warm water fishing, but it also offers the only
  location to fish for splake in the county.
As the ice first forms, fishing success is good for splake and browns.
Ice fishing can be popular for big bruiser pike and splake in the two to four
  pound range.
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