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    Default Re: Does anyone recognise sores on a salmon?

    But then again google Lamprey bites and you get this:

    https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=la...ayygIOxN6GyPM:

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    Default Re: Does anyone recognise sores on a salmon?

    Quote Originally Posted by tenet View Post
    But then again google Lamprey bites and you get this:

    https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=la...ayygIOxN6GyPM:
    Aye Google is not infallible!

    Google Rawner and you get this,https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/rawner
    Surely a Baggot.
    Last edited by williegunn; 16-09-2017 at 10:56 AM.
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    Default Re: Does anyone recognise sores on a salmon?

    I concur with tenet, imo there would be other teeth marks around the sore, how can there be single holes/sores so far apart.
    Al
    Last edited by speytime; 16-09-2017 at 01:51 PM.

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    Default Re: Does anyone recognise sores on a salmon?

    Having seen lamprey bites. I will still stick with seal.Most seal damage is caused by claws,if it gets to bites it's normally game over for the fish.

    Jim
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    Default Re: Does anyone recognise sores on a salmon?

    Quote Originally Posted by speytime View Post
    I concur with tenet, imo there would be other teeth marks around the sore, how can there be single holes/sores so far apart.
    Al
    Sorry I tried my best to answer your question, you and Tenet are the obvious experts and know best. My 50 odd years on the river count for nothing, 3lbgrayling and I would be better keeping quiet.
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    Default Re: Does anyone recognise sores on a salmon?

    WG No need to spit your dummy, I,m allowed my own observations as is tenet that's not to say there correct as is the case with you.
    Thanks just the same
    Al
    Last edited by speytime; 16-09-2017 at 04:53 PM.

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    Default Re: Does anyone recognise sores on a salmon?

    Quote Originally Posted by tenet View Post
    speytime WG No need to spit your dummy, I,m allowed my own observations as is tenet that's not to say there correct as is the case with you.
    Thanks just the same
    So,What to make of this.

    Jim
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    Default Re: Does anyone recognise sores on a salmon?

    Quote Originally Posted by 3lbgrayling View Post
    So,What to make of this.
    Its an Almond salmon, has been damaged by steel rod whilst continually trying to jump Crammond Weir.

    regards
    bert

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