Re: Wild or Stocked?
Stocked trout, no question.
Look at the pectoral fin, the one behind the head, by your thumb.
Notice how the edges are real frayed, and how most of fin has an opaque, milky appearance, rather then being more transparent.
Also, it's pretty big for a native brookie. The natives can get that big, but they are pretty rare.
And your chances of catching a native brookie that big in a stocked stream are extremely rare. Because stocking attracts fishing pressure, so the native brookies get cropped hard near the legal size limit of 7 inches in stocked streams.