Splake & Rainbow Trout Fishing
The Splake is a cross between a Brook Trout and a Lake Trout. Splake do occur in nature but most Splake are born in hatcheries and have been stocked into Ontario's lakes. The stocked Splake are sterile and can't reproduce, which allows the MNR to control their population. That should not affect your opinion of Splake. They are a hard fighting fish and taste fantastic. They have that Brook Trout taste but milder.
Dobie Lake and Tiger Lake are our two backcountry lakes that have been stocked with Splake. These lakes are deep spring-fed lakes and you will find the trout can either look and act like a Brook Trout or look and act like a Lake Trout, with everything in-between. Generally they have more vibrant colors like a Brook Trout but have the head and forked tail of a Lake Trout. They can have speckles but generally still have those worm-like markings on the top that are prominent on a Lake Trout.
Below is a picture of a Lake Trout and a smaller Splake.