- A variety of trout, Salmo trutta, which spends a season or more in the open sea, where the diet of small crustaceans gives its flesh a pink colour. The flesh is coarser and less succulent than salmon. The salmon trout can be distinguished from the salmon by the jaw line which extends beyond the eye.
- Name given to various similar fishes in Australia and North America
- noun a large sea trout with pink flesh like that of a salmon