Wow you didn't waste any time posting these shots. I was hoping to go up there this weekend but it didn't work out so seeing your shots is greatly appreciated.
Thanks Laurel we managed to make it there last weekend. It was fantastic! And I'm so glad to find out about the Park at the Adams River, we even got lunch there :) I had BBQ salmon and bannock, but I didn't really want to know where the salmon came from.
I always wanted to see that spectacle! Lk13
Ask for a second review on this one. they are now taking more water pictures. This is a worthy shot.
So pretty photo. Like
Thanks for stopping by to watch the fish spawn! Hi jb, I asked for a second review, we'll see....
Amazing and beautiful!
You got n on the second review!
So it did jb...I looked earlier and it was still rejected.
Laurel, if you did not post these photos, I would never see this. We did not have the media to record it this year, so thanks.
As I commented on other photo, the Humber River run was not as spectacular as the one in BC, but for me it was fascinating to see it. The COHO is almost golden, when you see it jumping.
Hi TomRose, I'm glad I decided to post this, it was very special to see. Thank you **Sankos.
Top Shot. LIKE 16
Thank you molto22.
Very nice view
Thank you Einolla.
Hi Laurel, nice photo, it is great to see these red fish is such abundance, I remember seeing them when I was a kid, but the dams have cut them off from the areas the used to thrive. Thanks for sharing this photo! All the Best, Greg.
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Photo taken in Roderick Haig-Brown Provincial Park, Columbia-Shuswap F, BC, Canada
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