Caught this guy last week. Note the nose and gill plate. I am curious about the gill plate deformity because I have seen this in others. It looks like an infection or a reaction to some environmental issue. Googled gill plate deformity and found that trout in the Fording have similar issues with selenium. This fish was caught in Lois Lake at a creek mouth and has no mines upstream to explain it. No doubt it is an "escapee". Needless to say, it is out of the pool. Buck full of milt and flesh was orange and seemed healthy otherwise. Fins were well formed, not like others with stubs.