Fish #175 where have you been? We captured this 13 inch searun five miles from its' original capture location looking skinny with a full load of sea lice and a fresh wound. What's the difference between the fish that remain at the same beach for much of their life and those that appear to move from beach to beach? A recent paper by folks in Norway reported that searun brown trout in poor condition undergo longer migrations than healthy, well fed trout. Are the "migraters" those that have been pushed out of preferred habitat? Is high quality habitat limited? High recapture rates and the knowledge of our Scandinavian friends studying brown trout is giving us clues into why some searun cuttrout appear to be "migraters" while many of their brothers and sisters stay local.