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Re: Little J rainbows

2010/6/25 15:50
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It's a low water high temperature year. Rainbows have more of a propensity to move and be nomads. While the Spring Ridge Club might be putting them in, i bet alot of them come from tributaries of the J where they were planted.

Last time I fished Big Fill Run years ago, i caught a pile of small rainbows. There is a co-op up there and there seemed to be an over-abundance of smallish rainbows in the section adjacent to and downstream of that hatchery. Maybe with a low water year they ditched a bunch of fish instead of losing them. Just offering up another angle or possibility.

But I agree with whoever said above.....that many fish showing up that quickly say's stockies to me.


Posted on: 2012/9/18 16:09

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