A stream in which trout breed or may be taken. (noun)
The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)
Use "trout-stream" in a sentence
"In a context unfamiliar to fly fishers, a mayfly, caddis or stonefly hatch could be considered an “infestation” instead of an occasion to catch fish, and what Bob did, simply enough, was to key the appearance of the major trout-stream insect hatches to the blooming of specific wildflowers along his local rivers."
"But trout-stream food chains grind along at their own uneven but steady pace."
"Of the two families, owners of the Factory (which had spoiled the Brawl as a trout-stream and brought all the mischief into the town), the senior partner, Mr. Rolt, went to Ebenezer; the junior,"