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It's a little hard to tell from the video, but I'd say they are Gaspereau.

Enjoyed the video "Manmitch". Place looks familiar, but a lot of places in this Province seem to all look the same.

Now about the clutter in the bottom of your boat....
. Got a story about that; I'll post sometime.


Thanks for the vid.

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its possible they could be gaspereau, i thought they were maybe minnows of some type or even small trout. i only ever catch trout at this place and its a long shot from the ocean. who knows
 

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its possible they could be gaspereau, i thought they were maybe minnows of some type or even small trout. i only ever catch trout at this place and its a long shot from the ocean. who knows
Personally, I have only ever seen trout school like that in two circumstances: stockies and sea run.

In looking at the video, it's hard to judge size, well; yet I'd say that they're Gaspereau. You'd be surprised how far they'll travel to get to their home spawning grounds. As Tony stated.

My opinion...for what it's worth.

Still...great video and a bit of a mystery to add intrigue.

Tight lines,

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I have witnessed schools of gaspereau (kayaks) on the Lahave that traveled as far up as Springfield and were still heading upstream toward Big Lahave lake. At least thirty miles from the tide.
 
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