Grayling in Arizona

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No Way Dude In Az??? Wow!! Who Would Of Ever Thought...that Is Just Way Wild. Is There Any Place In Wa That We Might Have Them??

Ty
 
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Yes there are grayling in Washington also. PMd ya. Coach
PS Are you guys and gals able to access the picture with that link? I'm no computer wizard.
 

ak_powder_monkey

Proud to Be Alaskan
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Grayling will live anywhere with cold clear water and lots of bugs, those are planted though right? Ahhh I love grayling and miss them dearly (see avatar) no grayling in juneau :( :(
 
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ak_powder_monkey said:
Grayling will live anywhere with cold clear water and lots of bugs, those are planted though right? Ahhh I love grayling and miss them dearly (see avatar) no grayling in juneau :( :(
They'll 'live' where there is cold clear water but they won't necessarily breed successfully. Many Washington highlakes were planted with them in the past, yet only one has a self-sustaining population at this time. What used to be a short, steep hike became a long boring hike in the late 80's, and is now a really long, boring hike.
 

ak_powder_monkey

Proud to Be Alaskan
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jackchinook said:
They'll 'live' where there is cold clear water but they won't necessarily breed successfully. Many Washington highlakes were planted with them in the past, yet only one has a self-sustaining population at this time. What used to be a short, steep hike became a long boring hike in the late 80's, and is now a really long, boring hike.
true, they need running water to spawn