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Hey Jim,

I'll put my money on spawning red-sided suckers as the fish you saw in Pilchuck Cr. I used to see them in Rock Cr. (Klickitat County) and from the bank just a few feet away in gin clear water they were extremely tough to tell from the native trout and steelhead. It wasn't until we caught one (after hours of casting to them thinking they were trout/steelhead) that we identified it. I have since seen them in the Stilly, Sky, Snoqualmie and some SW Washington streams. I'm pretty sure they're native to the rivers unlike squawfish and carp.

Stacy
 
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