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Old 05-11-2013, 10:28 AM
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Old 05-16-2013, 11:15 PM
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Its back on ! Unfortunately the first fish I see is the nasty Lamprey!
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This is the CAM at the Bosher's Dam VA. It updates every 10 seconds or so. Lots of shad working their way up river from the ocean right now.

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I've been watching that shad cam for many years when the shad are running. Late night seems to be the best time. Some very interesting fish moving thru there then! When I was tying flies commercially, which I gave up about 10 years ago, I often sat & tied late at night, so would watch the cam as I tied.

As near as I can recall, I've seen both American & Hickory shad, gizzard shad, bullhead catfish, channel cats, lampreys & American eels, White & Yellow perch, Crappies, some small LM bass, Striped Bass, and a few other catfish that I'm not positive about the exact species.

Very cool to watch!
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On another site (when I was back in PA) we used to have an on-line "fishing contest" with the Shad Cam... gotta be quick, take a screen shot just when they move thru, and then crop & paste to the site. Goofy fun.

By the way, Lamprey are native to most east coast waterways. The fingerlings were highly sought after for use as tipping a Junebug Spinner rig for walleye.

Skunked so far!
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Update: Scratch the above, you can just right click on the image and cut n paste the info to IMG.
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I'll play, though I think they named the cam wrong!

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Lamprey, on the move!

Some of the Lehigh Valley's beloved trout streams are loaded with spawning Lamprey in early/mid May.
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Wow, NIGHT time really is LAMPREY time!

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