Japanese Fishy ID

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  1. gordon

    gordon New Member

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    :beer2: to you too mr trout. if you could find out where it was taken that would help. amago are limited to a few areas. have a great day.
     
  2. Paul Huffman

    Paul Huffman Lagging economic indicator

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    I like the ID of Amago now. I thought at first there were no black spots and the light spots on the dark background were all faded out in death except for the red spots. But there are some black spots visible back by the tail and those red spots are what you see in those landlocked masou.
     
  3. Rev Trout

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    Hey Trev,

    Most likley Kenshi got this fish in the Toyo River near Shishiro, it empties into the ocean at Toyohashi, about 20 miles from Shinshiro. Jun told me last spring that the goverment (or someone) planted some trout like fish in the Toyo River. Maybe next spring when I am there I'll take a rod and try it for fun.

    Joe
     
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    Regarding the camera used to take the photo. MS Office Picture Manager under "Properties" displays camera information for photos. In this case it was a Pentax Optio S5n.
     

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