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saddleface

I am fortunate to live on the Harrison river. Just moved here a year ago and in the past two weeks I am seeing these beutiful silver sockeye floating down river belly up. They do not appear to have any damage and i am wondering if this a natural thing or is it the locals not minding their nets and these are escaped (drowned) fish. Seems a damn shame but maybe this is just nature.
BullTroutMolester

not sure if its correct, but i heard something about the water temp doing that to sockeye, seen some of that myself in the fraser. cut em up for the sturgies!

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