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  1. Last Comment by Porter - Posted Date: 10-2-14 12:14am [ Post a Comment
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    Futball size surprised

    Photo Details: "A colorful Westslope cutthroat" by Paul Huffman - Posted Date: 9-29-14 - Rating: n/a
  1. Last Comment by David Loy - Posted Date: 10-1-14 1:44pm [ Post a Comment
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    Sweet.

    Photo Details: "Pictures_001" by Ed Call - Posted Date: 12-25-09 - Rating: n/a
  1. Last Comment by CLO - Posted Date: 9-30-14 9:21pm [ Post a Comment
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    Thats a blue fish

    Photo Details: "Cut" by humpy man - Posted Date: 5-20-07 - Rating: n/a
  1. Last Comment by McNasty - Posted Date: 9-29-14 6:23pm [ Post a Comment
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    looks like MY backyard wink

    Photo Details: "A colorful Westslope cutthroat" by Paul Huffman - Posted Date: 9-29-14 - Rating: n/a
  1. Last Comment by Nick Clayton - Posted Date: 9-29-14 5:39pm [ Post a Comment
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    Nice work Tim.  Doesnt get much better than fall coho on the beach 

    Photo Details: "Fall Beach Silvers" by DimeBrite - Posted Date: 9-29-14 - Rating: n/a
  1. Last Comment by Stonefish - Posted Date: 9-29-14 3:50pm [ Post a Comment
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    Tim,


    Nice work on the coho. It was a pleasure watching you land both of those fish.


    Brian

    Photo Details: "Fall Beach Silvers" by DimeBrite - Posted Date: 9-29-14 - Rating: n/a
  1. Last Comment by fishues - Posted Date: 9-29-14 5:30am [ Post a Comment
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    WOW!

    Photo Details: "Yak Bow" by McNasty - Posted Date: 9-28-14 - Rating: n/a
  1. Last Comment by DimeBrite - Posted Date: 9-29-14 3:37am [ Post a Comment
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    Blue Ribbon rainbow

    Photo Details: "Yak Bow" by McNasty - Posted Date: 9-28-14 - Rating: n/a
  1. Last Comment by DimeBrite - Posted Date: 9-29-14 3:32am [ Post a Comment
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    Nice shot!

    Photo Details: "false albacore" by waterworker - Posted Date: 9-27-14 - Rating: n/a
  1. Last Comment by cabezon - Posted Date: 9-27-14 2:58am [ Post a Comment
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    That is a plainfin midshipman, Porichthys notatus.  They are primarily midwater fish but they breed in the intertidal and nearshore subtidal in the summer.  Males guard a hole in which the females lay large eggs.  The males guard the egg until they hatch.  Males can thrum their swimbladder to attract females.  This has led people who live on houseboats (for example, in San Francisco bay, to complain to the authorities that some type of construction is going on.  They are called midshipmen because they have a double line of light organs along the belly.  The light organs provide light that matches the light coming from above;  this camouflages the fish.  However, our fish do not glow (though they have the structure) because our area lacks an ostracod (marine crustacean) that actually makes the substrate that creates light.  You can read more about this very interesting fish here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Porichthys_notatus.


    Steve

    Photo Details: "midshipman" by ganglyangler - Posted Date: 8-28-08 - Rating: n/a

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