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#958200 - 10/08/08 08:30 AM Re: 35 inch Brown [Re: ]
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 Originally Posted By: flintlock
7mm you are right.. it came out of the Salmon river..the Alantics here have a more Silver tone to them and they do not get the kype like browns..


Once the atlantic salmon start their spawning run and run up the rivers, they do kype up - they also change color. Here's a picture I found on the net of a big atlantic from the Salmon River, kyped up. The shape of the head is the main giveaway - the adipose fin looks a little different on the salmon too.



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Edited by Brian Dunigan (10/08/08 08:34 AM)

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#963095 - 10/10/08 01:22 PM Re: 35 inch Brown [Re: Umpire]
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great fish
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#963523 - 10/10/08 06:35 PM Re: 35 inch Brown [Re: DOC1187]
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I don``t care what it is,,that looks like fun right there
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#963888 - 10/10/08 11:47 PM Re: 35 inch Brown [Re: Umpire]
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flint,

I'd be happy to fish with you any day regardless of the relative scietific distinction of the fish in your picture area. I hope you have the chance to come down to TN and I'll gladly take you on a tour of our local big brown waters... now map provided unfortunately.

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#963923 - 10/11/08 04:21 AM Re: 35 inch Brown [Re: ~RIK~]
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RIK.. thank you very much for your offer.. i had lived down there for 3 years and loved fishing the Caney often and plan to do so again.. You guys have a wonderful fishery there and i hope it continues for many more years!

As for the Brown in the picture it is really a brown! After this discussion on here my friend got to wondering if he knew how to identify fish anymore and took it to New Yorks Fish biologist who confirmed it was a Brown Trout..The record for Atlantics up there is like 22 pounds and this fish weighed closer to 30..

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#966846 - 10/13/08 12:50 PM Re: 35 inch Brown [Re: ]
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#967377 - 10/13/08 05:33 PM Re: 35 inch Brown [Re: RUGER]
B.D.
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For the record, it is a very nice fish regardless of what it is, and I didn't mean to imply otherwise.

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