Caught my first Artic Grayling. They generally live above 60 degrees latitude. They occupy roughly the same biological niche as trout, but in a colder, more northern environment. Like trout, they hold in the river and primarily eat insects. They seem to like the slower water and their bite isn’t as fast or definitive as a trout. This video shows a grayling I caught in Blind Creek.
Now working on Tanzania travelogue
- Argentina 2
- China Vietnam
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