Redside closeup

 


  1. prev
    Redside closeup
    next

    View Larger Image


    Redside closeup




    <<
    Picture_495.jpg 1693000_0046.JPG 1693Black_Butte_trip-Srping040014.JPG 1693000_0013.JPG 1693100_0115.JPG
    >>
    1. Jeff Lyons

      See all User Photos

      Registered: April 2004
      Location: Vancouver, WA, USA.
      Posts: 67
      • Pin It
      ssssssssss
      Linked Thumb: 
      Linked Medium: 
      Medium Image: 
      Date: 6-10-04
      Views: 828
  1. Comments

    alpinetrout

    Banned or Parked
    Nice fish. By the way, they're called Redbands, not Redsides. Redsides are a type of shiner.
    #1 6-10-04 4:57pm

    Jeff Lyons
    Hmmm, I believe you alpinetrout, it must just be some kind of slang down there, because everyone I talked to called them redsides, thats even what there called in the May 2004 arcticle in Flyfisherman. Is redband the proper (more scientific) term and redside more of a fishermans term?
    #2 6-10-04 5:33pm

    alpinetrout

    Banned or Parked
    It wouldn't surprise me. People have a habit of doing that.
    #3 6-10-04 6:03pm

    worldanglr
    I've heard a lot of people, especially in Oregon, call them Redsides. However Behnke calls them Redbands, and I believe the subspecies found in the Metolius is the O. m. newberrii... Nice pic!
    #4 6-10-04 7:34pm

    Zen Piscator

    Supporting wild steelhead, gravel to gravel.
    Ya, Ryan has got it right as far as i can tell. People from oregon that i have talked to also have called them resides. Must be a local thing.
    #5 1-3-05 1:54am


Photo Sharing Gallery by PhotoPost
Copyright © 2014 All Enthusiast, Inc.