Freaks of Nature

A mature spawning Chinook Salmon with maxillary damage.</h2
1 A mature spawning Chinook Salmon with maxillary damage.
A Northern Pike with TWO HORNS!</h2
2 A Northern Pike with TWO HORNS!
A Northern Pike with TWO HORNS!</h2
3 A Northern Pike with TWO HORNS!
A Fan-Tailed Steelhead.</h2
4 A Fan-Tailed Steelhead.
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A Lake Ontario Chinook Salmon with a severely samaged gill plate ... Still alive and doing extremely well !!</h2
6 A Lake Ontario Chinook Salmon with a severely samaged gill plate ... Still alive and doing extremely well !!
A Chinook Salmon with massive Lamprey damage.</h2
7 A Chinook Salmon with massive Lamprey damage.
This Saugeen River Catfish only has one eye !</h2
8 This Saugeen River Catfish only has one eye !
A mature spawning Chinook Salmon with massive upper jaw damage.</h2
9 A mature spawning Chinook Salmon with massive upper jaw damage.
A Maitland River Steelhead with a severly damaged Nose.</h2
10 A Maitland River Steelhead with a severly damaged Nose.
A Grand River Brown Trout With a Severely Damaged Upper and Lower Jaw Survives to 18+" !</h2
11 A Grand River Brown Trout With a Severely Damaged Upper and Lower Jaw Survives to 18+" !
A Grand River Brown Trout With a Severely Damaged Maxillary Eats a beadhead Nymph.</h2
12 A Grand River Brown Trout With a Severely Damaged Maxillary Eats a beadhead Nymph.
A Returning Port Hope, Ganaraska River Spring Migartory Steelhead Survived without a Gill Plate.</h2
13 A Returning Port Hope, Ganaraska River Spring Migartory Steelhead Survived without a Gill Plate.
A Small Great Lakes Steelhead with a Deformed Lower Jaw.</h2
14 A Small Great Lakes Steelhead with a Deformed Lower Jaw.
A Grand River Brown Trout with a severly damaged eye ... Still feeding healtily!</h2
15 A Grand River Brown Trout with a severly damaged eye ... Still feeding healtily!
A Great Lakes Steelhead with a deformed Lower Jaw.</h2
16 A Great Lakes Steelhead with a deformed Lower Jaw.
This Grand River Stocker was obviosly "pierced" by a Crane or Osprey Talon, but survived and was eating a caddis fly.</h2
17 This Grand River Stocker was obviosly "pierced" by a Crane or Osprey Talon, but survived and was eating a caddis fly.
This Saugeen River Steelhead was still aggressive even with a severely damaged maxillary as a jeuvenile..</h2
18 This Saugeen River Steelhead was still aggressive even with a severely damaged maxillary as a jeuvenile..
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