fish id help

Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by triploidjunkie, Apr 22, 2013.

  1. Kevin J. Burnham

    Kevin J. Burnham Active Member

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    Wow !! I'm an aquarium guy have not seen anything like that. Did you happen to see Sigourney Weaver walking around at the same time ?
     
  2. triploidjunkie

    triploidjunkie Active Member

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    What about this one? A talking catfish from the Amazon region?
     

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  3. dflett68

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    you're thinking of a plecostomus (sp?), and that's not one. it's definitely a catfish, definitely not a bullhead or channel cat, or any other north american cat i've ever seen or heard of. no way it's a snakehead.
     
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    has it said anything?
     
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  5. McNasty

    McNasty Canyon Lurker

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    think you just got it. though i have no idea what something like that would ever be doing in a river in washington.
     
  6. Tyler Speir

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    wtf??? I would leave
     
  7. Evan Burck

    Evan Burck Fudge Dragon

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    Atlantic salmon. Definitely.
     
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    _WW_ Fishes with Wolves

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    Still has it's adipose which means it's a wild one...they must be spawning up there!