Bald Eagle

Chainlube

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He would if he seen what he was looking for. Smaller northern pike is what i see them grab the most from the lakes around here. It must be kind of a migration path here as well cause some only stay around a week in the spring and in the fall they just stay ahead of the ice. I see them harassing ducks, but I've never witnessed a successful duck grab, the ducks always dive and swim away. I see them eating squirrels and deer sometimes but im fairly certain they prefer fish cause after the rivers freeze you really don't see any. Im not a biologist or anything this is just my opinion from watching them, and being watched by them.
The Similkameen and Kettle rivers are fast moving don't freeze solid so there is always an opportunity for them to grab a brown trout, rainbow or dolly varden.
 


Frogslayer

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Damn, we don't have any rivers that won't freeze at -20. Even waterfalls freeze solid
 

Chainlube

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Kettle is completely open now.
 

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