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    Re: River Steelhead Brag 2018

    Quote Originally Posted by maulich View Post
    I released them unharmed. Considering they are one of the few native species I don't think they affect the Eco system and neither should you. Great fighters and I hear they are tasty to eat too.

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    Good job maulich nice fish by the way.

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    Re: River Steelhead Brag 2018

    Sorry stehanflo my big mitts accidentally hit the like on your ass hat post.

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    Re: River Steelhead Brag 2018

    I released them unharmed. Considering they are one of the few native species I don't think they affect the Eco system and neither should you. Great fighters and I hear they are tasty to eat too.

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    Re: River Steelhead Brag 2018

    Quote Originally Posted by jjb View Post
    Striper are worse and need the bag limit raised.
    That would be your opinion. Striper predation is merely a red herring propagated by the water grabbers to defend and/or justify increased exports and the damage being caused as a result. Many experts on the topic tend to disagree with your statement

    https://californiawaterblog.com/2011...n-the-disease/


    https://www.newsdeeply.com/water/art...he-deltas-fish

    https://californiawaterblog.com/2016/05/22/6206/


    http://www.sacbee.com/news/local/env...e76228187.html



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    Re: River Steelhead Brag 2018

    Quote Originally Posted by stefanoflo View Post
    looks like the pike minnows are eating well. You did destroy them right????a smash to the head really hard works with your boot!!!
    it will save future salmon and steelhead smolts /fry

    Striper are worse and need the bag limit raised.

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    Re: River Steelhead Brag 2018

    Yea and cal tip on people like you who wanton waste a native species will help the river and future also!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: River Steelhead Brag 2018

    Quote Originally Posted by maulich View Post
    Got out today and swung a Woolley Booger for a bit. Got a nice unclipped steely and a couple of squawfish. The squawfish were lovin' the Woolley Boogers.......

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    looks like the pike minnows are eating well. You did destroy them right????a smash to the head really hard works with your boot!!!
    it will save future salmon and steelhead smolts /fry

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    Re: River Steelhead Brag 2018

    Got out today and swung a Woolley Booger for a bit. Got a nice unclipped steely and a couple of squawfish. The squawfish were lovin' the Woolley Boogers.......

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    Re: River Steelhead Brag 2018

    Salmonidae

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    Re: River Steelhead Brag 2018

    Definitely a Salmon - in addition to the spots like Calndn pointed out, you can tell by the shape of the anal fin - long and shallow with 15-19 rays vs a Steelhead that is short and deep with 8-12 rays.
    "Many men go fishing all of their lives without knowing that it is not fish they are after." - Henry David Thoreau

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