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Fork Fish #13585386 06/06/20 08:18 PM
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Caught several fish today that had “sores” on various parts of their bodies. Down on the head / mouth area, others on the body. Size varied from quarter to silver dollar and one about the size of a post it note. Best way to describe it is red jello looking. Talked to a buddy who said a couple of his fish had the same thing. Anybody know what this is? I chalked it up to fish herpes!

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Post spawn stress

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Re: Fork Fish [Re: Captain Chunk] #13585501 06/06/20 10:56 PM
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nice catch Matt , keep cool , too hot to fish late. fish

Re: Fork Fish [Re: Captain Chunk] #13585584 06/07/20 12:17 AM
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They been rubbing on a tree to soften the eggs to spawn. It will heal over time. Post Spawn Wounds.


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