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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: More Spawning Salmon - 12/27/15 - Humboldt  (Read 1227 times)

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DeltaYakR

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Awesome photos. Good sign seeing those spawners. With the rain this season we should have a great fall run in 2018-19


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Thanks for the trip report and cool pictures Eric.
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Sweet back yard you have there Bro!!!! :smt001
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Wow that close up of  the  dead bucks mouth had some real teeth! Big ones all the way back to the jaw. Moreso than the ones on the sac n american that I see usually that correct? Any difference? Seems like the near dead bucks round here just have the snout teeth for the most part.
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LoletaEric

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Quote from: weldhuntfish
Wow that close up of  the  dead bucks mouth had some real teeth! Big ones all the way back to the jaw. Moreso than the ones on the sac n american that I see usually that correct? Any difference? Seems like the near dead bucks round here just have the snout teeth for the most part.

You guys have crack-salmon down there!   :smt005

Honestly, not sure.  Love it when I see a really toothy one.  :smt001
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