Identify this fish.

#77
"Identify" MORE PICS FOUND!!

This pot needed stir'n. Black gums, spots on tail.:eek: I talked to a striper guide this morn'n at the dock and he's landed 2 Coho in one week in the delta.
 
#78
"Identify" MORE PICS FOUND!!

king. kings used to be up there but have all kind of gone extinct but this could mean that they are coming back which would be a great thing!
 
#80
One-third of the guys on here are 100% sure it's a coho.
One-third of the guys on here are 100% sure it's a Chinook.
One-third of the guys on here are 100% sure it's an Atlantic netpen escapee.
A statistically insignificant number of guys think it's something else more interesting.

The only thing this thread really tells us is that 66.67% of the posters are 100% convinced about being 100% wrong.:rofl:
 
#81
One-third of the guys on here are 100% sure it's a coho.
One-third of the guys on here are 100% sure it's a Chinook.
One-third of the guys on here are 100% sure it's an Atlantic netpen escapee.
A statistically insignificant number of guys think it's something else more interesting.

The only thing this thread really tells us is that 66.67% of the posters are 100% convinced about being 100% wrong.:rofl:
lol Awesome. Best post I've read in a while.
 

NomDeTrout

Fly Guy Eat Pie
#82
One-third of the guys on here are 100% sure it's a coho.
One-third of the guys on here are 100% sure it's a Chinook.
One-third of the guys on here are 100% sure it's an Atlantic netpen escapee.
A statistically insignificant number of guys think it's something else more interesting.

The only thing this thread really tells us is that 66.67% of the posters are 100% convinced about being 100% wrong.:rofl:
this concludes that i am correct. squawfish.
 

Ed Call

Well-Known Member
#84
One-third of the guys on here are 100% sure it's a coho.
One-third of the guys on here are 100% sure it's a Chinook.
One-third of the guys on here are 100% sure it's an Atlantic netpen escapee.
A statistically insignificant number of guys think it's something else more interesting.

The only thing this thread really tells us is that 66.67% of the posters are 100% convinced about being 100% wrong.:rofl:
Freaking AWESOME jackchinook!:rofl:

A statistically insignificant number of guy (1) has no freaking clue at all.:rofl:
That's me, you got me man, you got me.
 

Richard E

Active Member
#87
"Identify" MORE PICS FOUND!!

This pot needed stir'n. Black gums, spots on tail.:eek: I talked to a striper guide this morn'n at the dock and he's landed 2 Coho in one week in the delta.
Man, if it weren't for those gums, I'd be sure it's a chinook! The tail looks more 'nookie than coho . . .
 
#89
Just received emails from three different folks with letters following their names and Icthys specialization. I invited each to sign up to respond... Maybe they will.

Without coaching two said 100% Atlantic and for the reason I believe it is an Atlantic. The third is leaning heavy to Atlantic, but thinks it could conceivably be a chinook. All three said no on coho.

I refrained from guessing on the test photo because most of my texts include pyloric caeca as keying steps and I have difficulty counting them from the photo... I certainly think I know what it is, but am not in a guessing mood.
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