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    Re: Bucks Lake Pictures

    Grate Pictures

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    AWSOME :o :o :o :o :o

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    Nice :D

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    Re: Bucks Lake Pictures

    its time for a major kokanee fest to weed some out

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    Re: Bucks Lake Pictures

    I read an article about the small Kokes at Bucks lake and they were saying that there are just to many for the lake to grow them any larger. They went on to say that they have a project going to release some brown trout in the 5-6 pound range, which are natural predators for Kokes. This should help double fold it will allow the kokes to get bigger as well as make for a good trophy brown trout lake.

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    Re: Bucks Lake Pictures

    Fantastic pictures, a big thumbs up! I can't wait till the ones they planted in Folsom to reach catchable size ;)

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    Cool, I can't wait Gary. Wish I was a Bear. I could take a nap, then I could wake up and it would be Kokanee Season ;D

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    Awesome pics I'm still green to these fish those kinda pics are realy cool

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    Re: Bucks Lake Pictures

    T-160. Hi again. The answer is this: nope. That is as big as Bucks lake produces. Eat spawn and die. These are the generally 3 year olds. Maybe an occassional 4 year old, but I doubt it. To help you out, some lakes produce bigger fish, which is to say some lakes produce smaller fish. There are a whole lot of factors that come into play. We'll talk about those kind of things when I see you next spring.
    Gary

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    Great pics but I am confused. Why are they 10-12". What happened to the big ones and I thought they spawn then they die. Do they spawn four or so times? then die. I just don't understand what the 10-12"'s do after they spawn ? Go back out and get bigger?

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