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It's a fact, however not very well known that a lake trout isn't even a member of the trout family. Instead it's a member of the char family. The laker as we know it, is also called a mackinaw, a touge, or in some cases a gray trout. Our Burt Brothers quiz question tonight is. What species do you get when you cross a male brook trout with a female lake trout? The species, just ahead when KSL Outdoors, powered by Ford returns.