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    1. CoastalCutt

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      Registered: January 2008
      Location: North Bend, WA
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    Jake Bannon

    nymphs for steelhead....
    I didnt think planters spawned?
    #1 3-13-08 10:53pm

    Trips don't, but this is a naturally reproducing fish, I'm pretty sure anyway, and the fry plants are capable of reproduction.
    #2 3-13-08 11:09pm


    Be the guide...
    Unless they are a triploid, any planter (fry or adult) will attempt to spawn - success isn't likely in most of our lakes though due to poor spawning habitat (not to mention questionable genetics...).
    #3 3-13-08 11:49pm

    There you have it. I agree that our eastside lakes lack suitable spawning habitat.
    #4 3-13-08 11:53pm

    Jake Bannon

    nymphs for steelhead....
    I was just curious because the lake I tend to fish often, Ive never seen a spawned fish so I didnt thing they did.
    #5 3-14-08 3:55am

    Dave Hartman

    is tired of trout
    Jake, fish will "false spawn" if they have no way of truly spawning. Kinda like us boys and our magazines and websites.
    #6 3-14-08 4:06am

    Instead of looking at nude girls, they get to look at egg fattened lusty bows, then they milt, and nothing is accomplished.

    False spawning in a nut shell.
    #7 3-14-08 4:10am

    John Paine

    Resident fishing dork
    I think I just "false spawned" listening to that explanation...
    #8 3-14-08 5:21pm

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