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Ken Eis with trout

Ken Eis borrows another fish from the river.

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Note of the Day:

When steelhead travel in the open ocean, feeding on squid, fish and small crustaceans, they follow surface temperatures of about 50 degrees Fahrenheit. Thus, Alaskan steelhead are found only in rivers in the southern third of the state, because ocean temperatures off northern Alaska are too cold for these sea-run rainbows. source unknown

Last updated on 09 Mar, 2017