Hike-In Fishing in Oregon

If you’re thinking of fishing remote parts of Oregon or the northwest U.S. this year, check out Jim Scott’s www.cascaderamblings.com, a site devoted to destinations for hikers. There’s a pretty awesome amount of info here, and all of it vetted by Scott, who personally vists all of the locations mentioned.

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  • normanduncan

    More recent scientific work has confirmed T. anak is indeed a separate species, based on skeletal differences. Indeed, as noted in previous fish facts, bony lumps on the skeleton (hyperostosis) are well described in several species of permit, including T. anak which, like T. falcatus, exhibits bone enlargement only in the ribs, while T. blochii only tends to get bone enlargement in certain cranial bones.

    Read more at http://www.fishingworld.com.au/news/fish-facts-aussie-permit#fiDL0TLlsi3YIigS.99