http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencet...er-salmon-9-FEET-long-mouth-spiked-teeth.html. Big fish ! Have always been fascinated by creatures that were lost in history or were simply a rung in the ladder of evolution-especially in this time with species on this planet on the brink of extinction. What will fill their place? What is next? What was in the past we will never know or overlooked and passed without fanfare? Undiscovered species? Love the Stellar's Sea Cow-a giant Manatee from the north that man sadly destroyed in short time (5x larger than the one's in Florida), or the giant 500 pound Moa bird that also seemed to have met it's demise via humans. Were there small populations of unknown salmonids that came and went before they were recorded in historical data? Pyramid Lake's 40-60 pound Cutthroat could easily have dried up before man has a chance to see. Love to think this stuff over.