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Parent/child combo?
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SubmittersalmonoidMore Photos from salmonoid   Last Update2011/10/5 22:26
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Got out (finally!) for a few hours this afternoon.  Lee was really good to these fellows' habitat - silt is only now where it should be (instead of covering everything), and there are undercut banks again; lots of nice spawning bed material as well!  Didn't get a picture of #2; she was fat, I'm guessing with eggs, and was quickly released.  Two larger fish took the dropper, which was a SJ worm, and the baby took the stimulator.

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Posted: 2011/10/6 21:53  Updated: 2011/10/6 21:53
Joined: 2008/11/19
From: Hagerstown, MD
Posts: 581
 Re: Parent/child combo?
Two nice gems!!! I like how that duel pictures show the fading parr marks on the larger fish. Keep em coming.
Posted: 2011/10/6 22:59  Updated: 2011/10/6 22:59
Joined: 2007/6/19
From: Lancaster County
Posts: 1492
 Re: Parent/child combo?
Your post gave me an idea, although it will probably remain only at that stage. I had software in college that would morph faces (in 1993, well before such software was as common as it is today - heck you can get it for a smartphone these days). I thought it was novel to map points and morph one face to another. I think Google's Picasa has it as a built in feature for a slideshow. Well, here's hoping that they put in trout shape recognition, so I could take all my photos of trout, and have them morph one into another. Then you could really watch par marks fade!

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