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Topic: We must increase taxes on our exported salmon.

16bitch !BMhSp1fpyA started this discussion 2 months ago #73,042

This is the only way to truly hurt China and teach that dictator a lesson. No more steamed salmon for you, yerrow niggers!

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Big Daddy Derek™ !Uvm54ORbmo joined in and replied with this 2 months ago, 18 minutes later[^] [v] #872,299

@OPenis

Svet !jzYkdX7lIw joined in and replied with this 2 months ago, 29 minutes later, 48 minutes after the original post[^] [v] #872,300

That's pretty racist you know.

Anonymous D joined in and replied with this 2 months ago, 17 minutes later, 1 hour after the original post[^] [v] #872,302

@previous (Svet !jzYkdX7lIw)
OP is a whitefish nationalist.

Big Daddy Derek™ !Uvm54ORbmo replied with this 2 months ago, 5 minutes later, 1 hour after the original post[^] [v] #872,305

@previous (D)
Salmon is the White man's fish. Thanks.

Anonymous D replied with this 2 months ago, 4 minutes later, 1 hour after the original post[^] [v] #872,308

@previous (Big Daddy Derek™ !Uvm54ORbmo)
The Alaska whitefish (Coregonus nelsonii) is a species of whitefish in the family Salmonidae. It is found in parts of northwestern North America, where it occurs only in small and large rivers, and rarely in lakes. The maximum length recorded for this species is 56.0 cm (22.0 in).

Lake whitefish are cool water fish. They are found in a large number of inland lakes, and they have been known to enter brackish waters. The lake whitefish is distributed from Alaska and western Canada to the Atlantic coastal drainage of Maine and in New Brunswick north to Labrador.

Lake whitefish spawn from September through January in water two to four meters in depth during the night. In the autumn, mature lake whitefish enter the shallows to lay their eggs on shoals of rubble and gravel. There is no parental care of the young. In the following spring the young will hatch. In northwestern Canada, a large spawning migration enters the Athabasca Delta in late summer, moving upstream in the Athabasca River. The longest single movement of a tagged whitefish ever recorded was 388 km (241 mi), from Fort McMurray to the north shore of Lake Athabasca in Alberta, Canada.

Fish of larval and postlarval stages feed on plankton. Once the larvae reach 3–4 inches (76–102 mm) they switch to feeding on bottom-dwelling animals (snail, insect larvae, zebra mussels, and fingernail clams) which they will consume for the remainder of their lives. In late June and July, some inland lake populations of ciscoes and lake whitefish leave the deep, cool waters to feast on emerging mayflies and midges. The lake whitefish's natural predators include burbot, lake trout, and northern pike.

Lake whitefish is one of the most important species for commercial inland fisheries in North America. The total annual catch in 1999 from Canada was 8328 tons and USA 5353 tons as reported by the FAO.

Lake whitefish is the prime commercial species of the upper Great Lakes fishery, because this delicately flavored fresh fish has high local consumer acceptance. An average of 11 million pounds was harvested from the Great Lakes annually from 1981-1999. Although the harvest has declined from 9.5 to 8 million pounds in recent years, prices have not increased. Instead, the price for Great Lakes lake whitefish, which once reached as high as $1.04/lb., currently averages $.75/lb. and has dropped to as low as $.40/lb during periods of high production.

Many amateur anglers also enjoy hooking this fish in the months of June, July and early August. A simple line and jig system is enough to catch the fish as they feast on mayflies and midges. In winter months, catching whitefish through the ice is very popular, particularly in northern Wisconsin, with many fishing guides specializing in this species. Successful icefishing techniques include using a jigging spoon, with at least one "slider hook" above and separated from the spoon with a barrel swivel, and all hooks tipped with wax worms. Commercial fishing has allowed for the spread of this fish into many different markets, restaurants, and grocery store shelves.

Big Daddy Derek™ !Uvm54ORbmo replied with this 2 months ago, 9 minutes later, 1 hour after the original post[^] [v] #872,309

@previous (D)
Upgrade to arctic grayling. Thanks.

Anonymous D replied with this 2 months ago, 1 hour later, 2 hours after the original post[^] [v] #872,341

@previous (Big Daddy Derek™ !Uvm54ORbmo)
Is that the gray man's fish?

Big Daddy Derek™ !Uvm54ORbmo replied with this 2 months ago, 8 minutes later, 2 hours after the original post[^] [v] #872,344

@previous (D)
It is also the White man's fish. Fish is the White man's food. Thanks.
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