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  1. #33
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    Re: Anadromous fish begin with S

    Doc,

    Is it salmon role or salmon roll? Is it one of the roles of salmon to roll?

    Now I'm really cornfused!

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    Re: Anadromous fish begin with an "S"

    Here is a link to one of DFG's online books about anadromous fish if anyone is interested:
    http://www.dfg.ca.gov/fishing/assets...s/anadfish.pdf
    2Shakes ;D ;D 8)

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    Re: Anadromous fish begin with an "S"

    I'm thinking that it is just migratory mating behavior. When the come trough my area I see lots of jumping and splashing, that is when I throw in the lil cleo or Kasrmaster. ;)

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    Re: Anadromous fish begin with an "S"

    This is my thoughts on why salmon roll. I think its because when they get to the fresh water they arent as bouyant so they get this sinking feeling. Then they hop up to the surface to add air to the air bladder so they float a little better like they would in salt and feel more at home traveling up the river. ;)
    That is a pretty scientific explanation if I ever heard one. :o
    2Shakes ;D ;D 8)

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    Re: Anadromous fish begin with an "S"

    Oh yeah. I forgot. ;D

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    Re: Anadromous fish begin with an "S"

    Oh c'mon Doc! I thought that we covered the reason "why fish roll" that day when we were out together...it's because they don't have middle fingers! ;D

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    Re: Anadromous fish begin with an "S"

    Something you dont see everyday, while I was managing the Napa Golf Course, Jelly Fish had made their way into our fresh/brackish water ponds. They worked their way up the Napa river from San Pablo bay from the Ocean. Strange thing to see Jelly Fish swimming with bugle mouth Bass. I had no idea what the Jellies were doing---Doc?

    MS

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    Re: Anadromous fish begin with an "S"

    I can field that one- anadromous.

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    Re: Anadromous fish begin with an "S"

    Someday, when I grow up(which I've been told to do alot), I want to be like Doc. Your my hero, you seem to take fishing knowledge to a whole new level. ;D ;D ;D

    Where do the sea run Browns in Patagonia fall into this?

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    Re: Anadromous fish begin with an "S"

    Because there's only one. ;)

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