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    Re: Berryessa 7/11

    Thanks everyone. I really do appreciate your help. I would like to say I was right all along, but I honestly wasn't sure. Being color blind doesn't help, but I can still see spots. LOL

    They were decent size for me and kind of scrappy.

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    Re: Berryessa 7/11

    Those are TROUT

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    Re: Berryessa 7/11

    Quote Originally Posted by TrackerDV17 View Post
    I didn't enlarge the thumbnails either.

    That's my story and I'm sticking to it!!

    Guess I need to take a Remedial Fish Species Identification 101 Course. Lol

    Sorry Ldubs!

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    Re: Berryessa 7/11

    I didn't enlarge the thumbnails either.

    That's my story and I'm sticking to it!!

    Guess I need to take a Remedial Fish Species Identification 101 Course. Lol

    Sorry Ldubs!

    Mike

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    Re: Berryessa 7/11

    I agree...rainbow trout.

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    Re: Berryessa 7/11

    RideNfish is correct. They are trout. I didn't click on the original pic to blow them up.

    Still nice fish though.
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    Re: Berryessa 7/11

    I think those are trout but I've been wrong a million times before. Kokes have more of a forked tail and the anal fin tapers back and doesn't end abruptly like the ones in the pic. Example below. The second fish in your pics look a bit forked but that is from being compressed in. Your first pic shows a typical trout tail.

    No matter. Great catch even if it's a crappie. LOL



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    Re: Berryessa 7/11

    Thanks. I figured my friend, who has a lot more experience than me, was right but nice to confirm. Anyway, looks like I posted these pic's on the wrong forum!

    Take Care

    Larry

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    Re: Berryessa 7/11

    Good fishing. They are koke's.
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    Re: Berryessa 7/11

    Look like Kokanee to me.

    Mike

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