togue

[tohg]
noun, plural togues (especially collectively) togue. Canadian.

Origin:
1830–40; < Canadian French < Eastern Algonquian, perhaps shortening of Micmac atoγwa·su trout

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Togue are under-utilized during the summer, but ice fishing for togue is quite
  popular.
The lake also supports a small population of wild togue.
Special regulations restrict harvest of wild togue until they reach spawning
  age.
Survival and growth conditions for salmon improve as togue abundance decreases.
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