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Default Fungus Outbreak Killing Old Bighorn Trout

I saw this interesting article on the Moldy Chum site, published by the Billings Gazette:
Wyoming outdoors: Fungus outbreak killing old Bighorn trout
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I saw this interesting article on the Moldy Chum site, published by the Billings Gazette:
Wyoming outdoors: Fungus outbreak killing old Bighorn trout
Thanks for posting this; it's an interesting read. I was surprised to read about the short life span of trout in the Bighorn and honestly don't know much about the overall life span of a trout. Of all my readings over the years, most has been about tactics, techniques and fishing gear. It would make sense for me to actually learn more about the quarry.

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Interesting read, thanks for sharing Larry.

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