- Performer:Lake Trout
- Title:Volume for the Rest of It
- Style:Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock
- Date of release:March 9, 1999
- Recording date:January, 1998 - February, 1998
- Recording location:Wall Of Sound, Baltimore, MD
- Size FLAC version1341 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1388 megabytes
- Size WMA version1829 megabytes
- Formats:AIFF VQF AUD ADX MP2 MMF
Volume for the Rest of It (1998). Alone at Last, Live with DJ Who (2000). Another One Lost (2002). Lake Trout first came together in 1994. Their first album is self-titled and consists of eight songs with a heavy dose of jazz. It was released independently in 1997. The band's second album, released in 1998, is also on SNS Records. Volume for the Rest of It consists of 16 tracks total and has a more developed feel. Lake Trout's third album, Alone at Last - Live with DJ Who is a live album and was recorded on December 9, 1999 at Trax in Charlottesville, Virginia. It was released by Phoenix Rising Records in 2000
Lake Trouts are easily attracted to this type of fishing equipment because of its hump-backed shape which also makes it wiggle and looks tasty for the hungry trouts. When this kind of lure sinks in the water, it imitates the appearance of a fat fish, so it deceives other trouts. This lure will not let you down, and I can attest to that. The one that I have has been with me for several years, and I can not forget the time when I was able to catch a 32-pound lake trout because of this valuable fishing equipment
Lake trout are one of the most popular fish among anglers in North America. These freshwater fish have dark green bodies and pale yellow spots, and they love cold, deep lake water. Due to overfishing, their natural population has been depleted, but they're commonly stocked in lakes from the midwestern US through Canada. Use a light-action rod with 4 to 6 pound test line. This is the best rod to use for trout fishing and allows you to use a variety of techniques to catch your trout Some lake trout can be over 35 pounds, you will need a heavier rod for these. If you know you're fishing a lake that has massive fish, bring a heavier rod as well. Use an open faced spinning reel with a thin line.
More people in Oregon fish for trout than for any other kind of fish. Anglers can experience a lifetime of varied and rewarding adventures fishing for trout in Oregon’s shaded coastal streams, alpine lakes, urban ponds and high desert rivers. around logs, stumps, rocks or other structure at stream inlets where streams flowing into the lake or pond are bringing cool, fresh water and likely a supply of food. deeper waters, especially in the warm summer months when trout are looking for cooler water as well as protection from overhead predators. The best time of year to trout fish in lower elevation lakes is in the spring and fall when the water is cooler and the trout are more active. This also is when most lakes are stocked. In moving waters, trout tend to hold in one spot and wait for the water current to bring food to them. A primary food source for these fish is aquatic insects adrift in the current.
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The lake trout’s slow maturation along with its popularity as a game fish make it extremely susceptible to overfishing. In the southern reaches of the lake trout’s range, they can be found in fairly shallow water of 10 to 15 feet deep for a short period during the spring and fall, but they prefer frigid water temperatures and head for the bottoms of lakes between 100 and 200 feet deep. This penchant for the lake trout to eat other fish has posed a problem when they’ve been introduced to bodies of water that they’re not native to. Either by accident or design, someone introduced lake trout to Yellowstone Lake and its surrounding tributaries sometime in the 1970s or 1980s.
No trout for diner? Tanner BoelterHace 4 meses. Can you please leave some for the rest of us. Kyle PfeifferHace 4 meses. pthOutdoorsTV ah i know but u guys make it look easy.
CreditsLake Trout - Composer, Primary Artist
Woody Ranere - Composer
|1||Spin Woody Ranere / Lake Trout||Lake Trout||2:03|
|2||Sounds from Below Woody Ranere / Lake Trout||Lake Trout||4:15|
|3||Knew You When Woody Ranere / Lake Trout||Lake Trout||5:13|
|4||Little Things In Different Places Woody Ranere / Lake Trout||Lake Trout||5:47|
|5||Nothingbomb Woody Ranere / Lake Trout||Lake Trout||4:28|
|6||Bad Tattoo Woody Ranere / Lake Trout||Lake Trout||7:07|
|7||Can It Be Woody Ranere / Lake Trout||Lake Trout||5:55|
|8||Traipsing Woody Ranere / Lake Trout||Lake Trout||4:33|
|9||I'll Be Woody Ranere / Lake Trout||Lake Trout||4:02|
|10||[Untitled Track] Woody Ranere / Lake Trout||Lake Trout||0:30|
|11||Kono Woody Ranere / Lake Trout||Lake Trout||5:51|
|12||Snipet Woody Ranere / Lake Trout||Lake Trout||1:42|
|13||Derelict Bumper Woody Ranere / Lake Trout||Lake Trout||4:23|
|14||Another Day Woody Ranere / Lake Trout||Lake Trout||3:31|
|15||Colby Woody Ranere / Lake Trout||Lake Trout||7:58|
|16||[Untitled Hidden Track]||Lake Trout||3:38|