Things just pop in my head while fishing. While watching a float slowly drift down the river and keeps floating away and away, my mind wonders.. One thing that really had me wondering this weekend was, how many salmon/trout, make the trek up a river, to only find themselves without a mating partner. Do they have three sums? Serious. Will one male serve two females laying eggs, or two males service one female laying eggs. Are there research numbers on this?
I thought this would be something cool to discuss and to know the answer to.
Feel free to make your smart ass comments. LOL
Edited by Misfish, 12 September 2017 - 05:30 PM.