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An absolute blood bath this morning. Unspeakable numbers.... Lake Ontario fed us an unreal King bite, a monster class of Brown Trout, and even a couple of Coho to make things interesting. 15-18 fow with a mix of spoons and sticks. 
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Awesome. That’s what we expected out of sodus, but it was just too muddy. Congrats on a great day


The Fishin’ Physician Assistant

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Nice rob, i had two kings like the gills on the pic. I think gill netting for other species? Bad handling when young? Not sure.

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55 minutes ago, brucehookedup said:

Nice rob, i had two kings like the gills on the pic. I think gill netting for other species? Bad handling when young? Not sure.

 

We had three on Sunday. I have been told it is a product of the hatchery.

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Since we are seeing gill plate rot with more frequency, I think as a group collectively we should consider keeping these fish and getting them out of the system. Thoughts?

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Never figured it was contagious once they are in the big pond. Providing that is the issue. What are the higher ups saying Rob? Sick Jerry on it, lol.

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My concern is they will return to the salmon river and end up back at the hatchery. The fish I have seen with the condition appear healthy and functional. I worry about the ones we don’t see that die in the system. 

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Seen the same condition in several steelhead I caught this year. 
Fresh lamprey mark as well on this poor guy!

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I wonder if the DEC is aware of this condition. Sounds like it might be a food pellet or a incubation temp issue?

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