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Thread: Largest & oldest Pilot Peak Cutthroat in Pyramid

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    Default Largest & oldest Pilot Peak Cutthroat in Pyramid

    Verified this info with USFW biologist. Oldest is 12 years and largest is 27.2 pounds at 36.5”.
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    Gordon Langenbeck
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    Why why is a biologist using not one, but two cotton gloves to hold that fish

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    There’s a great research video of a brook trout held by a landing glove then over a couple of weeks the tail slowly rotted off that fish. Brook trout are wimps.

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    And you wonder why Calif. don't have any fish? duh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carl Blackledge View Post
    And you wonder why Calif. don't have any fish? duh
    Pyramid Lake is in Nevada.

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    That fish looks dryer than a popcorn fart!?! Fish outta water!

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    Well,
    I'm sure that fish will die of something.........eventually.....but it prolaly wont be covid. Nice mask!
    ....lee s.

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    Biologists wear gloves to handle fish when the danger of them squirming around and dropping them causing injury exceeds the danger associated with slime removal. Pretty simple concept really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carl Blackledge View Post
    And you wonder why Calif. don't have any fish? duh
    That fish is in Nevada! duh
    So long and thanks for all the fish!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carl Blackledge View Post
    And you wonder why Calif. don't have any fish? duh
    Carl, there is no budget for fish in CA. Maybe a budget to get rid of fish?
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