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And it likely stayed in the OCEAN for six or seven years, and some of the races, especially Kenai stock, have superior genetics for growth.  You may as well lose the Pacific Herring soapbox, because there is a snowball's chance in hell that Ontario and NYS and the Feds are going to allow stocking of another non-native bait species, even if there was somewhere they could raise them.  And there isn't.

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Just remembered this 39 pounder caught in the fall LOC a couple years ago. 47 inches long. Don’t mean to beat a dead horse but no way that fish was 42.


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