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I haven't ever seen anything like it

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We catch fish on Ky Lake and Barkley Lake with spots like that all the time....I have heard that they are like birth marks like we get and.... also that it is a virus and a parasite and it is evolution and that it is a pigmentation from heavy spawning action.... and that it is when fish transition from deep cold water to shallow warm water and visa verse that is why they get those spots.......I don't think anybody really knows ....Fishery biologist here told me that it is not harmful to the fish and that they eventually go away and matter fact they seem to grow on fish in lakes with a really good fish population............JIGGY

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i had this fsh come to the scale it's entire back was one big black spot
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:twisted: I seem to catch a few like that every year in South Jersey. Here's Site member ACarbone's fish....
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WOW, I've seen a spot or two the size of a dime, but not that many or as large as the ones in the pic's
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Peacock/LM hybrid ?? :wink: :LOL2:
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