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Topic: infected klamath salmon...  (Read 697 times)

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what would an infected klamath salmon look like?

small purple lesions scattered throu musculature around belly cavity?

I bought a tail section that had some of these. Otherwise very red,
fresh and edible. tasted excellent after I cut away these sections.

compared to a paler fish the next weekend, it was definitely better tasting,
I wondering if I ate an infected klamath salmon one weekend and a big hatchery king the next?

J
john m. airey