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Old 12-28-2008, 07:38 PM
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Default Re: landlocks vs brookies

Glass,

In the case of Salmon stocks fisheries commissions are usually trying to establish nursery streams for fish to use counting on them migrating down flow to the lake during the bulk of the year.

Dependant on the size and depth of the river the Brook Trout may or may not be affected by the fall run and subsequent competition for spawning beds. Simply due to size the Land Locks will prefer a deeper tail out to a certain extent.

Almost sounds like I know this material doesn't it........................

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