Talk:Trout cod

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To persons recently changing this page's contents: please do not do so UNLESS you have read/examined ALL of the historical evidence concerning trout cod (which I very much doubt you have). Such historical evidence makes it very clear the trout cod's primary habitat was upland river habitats, all of which are now heavily dominated by introduced trout species. As unpalatable as it is to some angling groups and fisheries departments, this fact must be accepted, recognised and researched to take trout cod conservation forward successfully. Codman 05:33, 12 March 2007 (UTC)