Ohrid trout or the Lake Ohrid brown trout (Salmo letnica) is an endemic species of trout in Lake Ohrid and in its tributaries and outlet, the Black Drin river, in Macedonia and Albania. Locally, the fish is known as охридска пастрмка (ohridska pastrmka) in Macedonian.
The Ohrid trout is a specialty in Macedonian gastronomy; it is used for soups and other dishes. It tastes like a brown trout crossed with an Atlantic salmon.
In recent years, extensive fishing has driven the Ohrid trout to the verge of extinction,though several conservation activities are going on. A fishing ban has been imposed by the government of Macedonia, since 2004 and until 2014.