Clarence Olberding, 57, wasn't just telling a fisherman's fib when he called over another angler to look at the two-mouthed trout. It weighed in at about a pound.The above quote was from an AP report -- unfortunately, the original link is no longer available. However, since the initial post of this report, new information has come to light-- the trout's deformity was likely due to injury, not genetics . . . read more here.
The second mouth didn't appear to be functional, Olberding said. He has plans for the fish, which don't included mounting.
"I'm going to smoke it up and eat it," he said.