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Rock piles left over from fallfish spawning - Pine Creek, Lycoming County, June 2014

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Swattie87
Published: 2014/6/18 16:10  Updated: 2014/6/18 16:10
Joined: 05/03/2011
From: South Lebanon Township, PA
Comments: 1958
 Re: Fallfish Spawning Piles
Those are some good ones. I wish water was low enough in my neck of the woods to where I could see them! Haven't WW fished yet this year, looking forward to it.
Alnitak
Published: 2014/6/19 10:37  Updated: 2014/6/19 10:37
Joined: 01/06/2014
From: Lancaster, PA
Comments: 278
 Re: Fallfish Spawning Piles
That's pretty cool. I didn't know they built mounds like this; thanks for sharing and helping me learn something new.
salmo
Published: 2014/6/19 11:07  Updated: 2014/6/19 11:07
Joined: 04/24/2009
From: South Jersey
Comments: 591
 Re: Fallfish Spawning Piles
How do they move rocks that big?
Swattie87
Published: 2014/6/19 15:37  Updated: 2014/6/19 15:37
Joined: 05/03/2011
From: South Lebanon Township, PA
Comments: 1958
 Re: Fallfish Spawning Piles
My understanding is they carry them with their mouths, as other minnow species do. The mounds above are indicative of very large Fallfish.





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