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Old 01-17-2009, 09:38 PM
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Default Re: Fishy Behavior

Pocono

I'm going with the pack mentality of hatchery reared fish. I've seen wild fish do it but they too are pack fish like silver salmon.

I've also seen fish chase another fish after it grabs some form of prey just like chickens do when one grabs a big juicy bug while free range feeding. I gotta add that I've seen wild turkey exhibit the same behavior also. Once I watched as a fair sized gobbler snatched up a small snake (what kind I don't know) and he had to run like a purse snatcher to protect his find. Yes, the turkey ate the snake!
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