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    Re: Good Year for the Moke!!!

    % Agreed Thank You to all at the Hatchery!


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    Re: Good Year for the Moke!!!

    Like the Ending said
    THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: Good Year for the Moke!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by steeliesNstripers View Post
    Ironically, Kevin Fujimoto, one of the guys responsible for the success of the Moke... used to work at Nimbus Hatchery but wasn't given the freedom to do there what he has been able to do at the Mokelumne Hatchery... GO FIGURE!!

    This a 1 minute video of salmon at the Moke Hatchery.

    https://youtu.be/4BR2ZRgVEFI

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    Re: Good Year for the Moke!!!

    Very well aware of the process.

    My point was they are not stripping like they normally do which is the reason why the pens are so loaded.

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    Re: Good Year for the Moke!!!

    They hold them in the pens until ripe.
    They only run two days a week at peak.


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    Re: Good Year for the Moke!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by SdyGdy View Post
    Just left the hatchery, all the holding pens are full and the ladder is stacked up like I’ve never seen before! All large class fish too! Just goes to show what water can do for our fisheries.


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    The fish are not being stripped and being held in the pens.
    They are too green or not ripe enough to be stripped.
    That is what I was told anyways.

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    Re: Good Year for the Moke!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by jjb View Post
    Yea, you’d think the AR would copy their success.


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    Ironically, Kevin Fujimoto, one of the guys responsible for the success of the Moke... used to work at Nimbus Hatchery but wasn't given the freedom to do there what he has been able to do at the Mokelumne Hatchery... GO FIGURE!!

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    Re: Good Year for the Moke!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by dsa2780 View Post
    Problem is getting them to bite. Those fish lockjaw quick.

    Last year there was a fallen tree back there that the fish schooled up around. I didn't have any roe, but man, slow slack water, I'm sure a big gob of roe under a float suspended right at the tree would have worked. There were like 20 jumpers at this one tree in a short period of time but the usual hardware being thrown didn't produce anything. Maybe next year...
    they can’t resist a twitchie jig danced properly in their face

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    Re: Good Year for the Moke!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by jjb View Post
    Yea, you’d think the AR would copy their success.


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    can be Sacramento is too close to Moonbeams house!!!!!

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    Re: Good Year for the Moke!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by stefanoflo View Post
    2019 Steelhead will be rocking with maybe larger fish . maybe a few AR adults decided to go to a better river?????
    That`s a great and healthy river the moke is . Lot of food and cover to live in!!!! some that come in from the sea decided to stay put because of the flows and food. Kudos to Jose that runs it there at the hatchery and EBMUD that really cares !!!
    Yea, you’d think the AR would copy their success.


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