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Dec 9, 2009, 9:05 PM
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Idaho Falls
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Freshwater Fishing
Western US, Alaska and Mexico

I'm a fishaholic and love the science of fishing. I hope my posts add to the quality of this great site! MM/Don
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Re: [fallsfish] Ririe kokanee spwn
I would estimate less that 2% return on spawning fish as compared to planting numbers. Negligible numbers.
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Re: [windriver] Ririe kokes
Love Bill and his outdoor writing is just the bestest!
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Re: [nijimasu] 2015 Fish of the Year
We need a like button for all of these great posts!
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Re: [wiperhunter2] Kokanee
The limits should be set by creel surveys to give fishermen the best chance of all having a "good" day with enough of a limit to make ...
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Re: [curt69] Kokanee

curt69 wrote:
I need someone to teach me how to catch the 250,000 kokanne they plant in Island Park resivior every year . Seams like a waste...

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Re: [MMDon] Kokanee
I should have mentioned above that we equate food availability to the energy a fish spends eating it. There is one more massive equation with...
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Re: [windriver] Kokanee
Food is an interesting equation. While less fish equals less food eaten, in a lot of biomass structures, it still comes down to the amoun...
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Re: [windriver] Ririe

windriver wrote:
While still small the Mackay Kokes are bigger than I've seen them in years...about 11." WindriverThat is about max size in...

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Re: [brownleech] Kokanee
Well, the F&G in it's infinite wisdom is a fools errand. Mackay's fish size is all about the food base for the biomass. With mostly ster...
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Re: [curt69] Kokanee
Nice!
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