Migratory salmonids are quite tricky fish to catch. Did you know that a fish migrating upstream from sea barely eats at all? If this is true, then why does it strike at a lure? Striking a lure is a kind of reflex that triggers when the fish sees something worth eating. The lure can also be so irritating that the fish simply wants to teach it a lesson. The lure can also look like an intruder that wants to take over the fish’s place in the water, so the salmon might defend its ground by taking a bite out of it.
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