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TFF cover photo #14537309 11/16/22 02:43 PM
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Just curious ?? Any idea what kind of fish that is on the Forum cover photo ? And where it was caught ? The landscape in the background does not look familiar at all ...

Re: TFF cover photo [Re: Vogey] #14539322 11/18/22 03:01 AM
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Looks like an Arctic Char to me


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Re: TFF cover photo [Re: Vogey] #14539333 11/18/22 03:15 AM
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I took a look at the photo, and I know the photographer. Andrew fishes Alaska quite a bit. The summer of 2010, I met Andrew at a lodge where I was working. I think I recognize the guy holding the fish, too… Maybe a guy named Will…?

The fish is a lake trout, which IS in the char family. They both put on beautiful spawning colors in the cooler months. I was really fortunate to catch Arctic char and lake trout when I was there, not to mention a 27” rainbow trout.

I’ll see if I can send a PM to Andrew to confirm.

JR


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