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Up Stream

Uploaded by: snosno

Monday April 29, 2013

East Dennis, MA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Herring make their way up to the spawning grounds

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4. CalicoBass
9:06 AM GMT on May 01, 2013
Great capture Dianne. Ohhh I could never be a
counter, I'd be too tempted to wet a hook, lol.
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3. nanapoo
3:39 PM GMT on April 30, 2013
Nice capture!
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2. snosno
1:05 PM GMT on April 30, 2013
I`m not sure about that, Betsy. Yet I suspect I`ll be learning more as I`ve volunteered to be one of the `counters`. Checking the water temp and logging it how many fish go thru within a ten minute period of time.

A couple miles up the street is another herring run in Brewster. They are just about done running there. At this place they are just beginning.. Water temps are warmer sooner there!
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1. luvne32
12:45 PM GMT on April 30, 2013
Thanks for documenting this, Dianne. I read this weekend that there are two types of herring, "Alewives" and an other (can't recall name). They swim up the fish ladders, and when the young travel to the sea in the fall, I presume they go down (???) the same fish ladders. (?)
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