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filetandrelease

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Re: Fishing in Japan
« Reply #90 on: Aug 22, 2017, 01:59 PM »

Great pictures niru , thanks for sharing

taxid

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Re: Fishing in Japan
« Reply #91 on: Aug 22, 2017, 03:29 PM »
What is your limit on the kokanee in that Lake Niru-san? Or is there one?
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Re: Fishing in Japan
« Reply #92 on: Aug 22, 2017, 04:27 PM »
>dacker-san, filetandrelease-san
Thank you :D :D

>taxid-san
I caught 33 kokanees last week(the best ever), but this week it was 9.
In Japan, there are many fishing spots restricting the catching number. The number is about 20 or 30.
The number in this lake is 50. But the recreational fee is very expensive, it costs about $45 per day.


I'm a Japanese fisherman.

taxid

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Re: Fishing in Japan
« Reply #93 on: Aug 22, 2017, 04:38 PM »
That's expensive but maybe you get what you pay for?

Here people whine about more than $25.00 a year for a fishing license. They don't know what a bargain that is for what they get. OTOH if we paid just a little more we might get more? Or not?
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niru_04

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Re: Fishing in Japan
« Reply #94 on: Aug 22, 2017, 05:24 PM »
>taxid-san

A $ 25 per year is good! :D :D
May be cost in this lake is most expensive in Japan. Usually it is $9 to $19 a day, and $45 to $90 yen a year in many places.
There are many fishery cooperatives in each water system. Rates are different for each fishery cooperative.
Kokanee is the most delicious fish among living freshwater fish. And the price of one goes from $ 4 to $ 5. About 10 kokanees can get off.
If I go fishing in the ocean, the cost of the boat takes from $65 to $90 a day. I am very satisfied with the fishing here.
I'm a Japanese fisherman.

lowaccord66

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Re: Fishing in Japan
« Reply #95 on: Aug 22, 2017, 05:46 PM »
Great posts Niru-san.  Japanese culture is very interesting to me, and to learn how the recreational fishing works is even better.  Thanks for posting. 


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Re: Fishing in Japan
« Reply #96 on: Aug 22, 2017, 06:03 PM »
>taxid-san

A $ 25 per year is good! :D :D
May be cost in this lake is most expensive in Japan. Usually it is $9 to $19 a day, and $45 to $90 yen a year in many places.
There are many fishery cooperatives in each water system. Rates are different for each fishery cooperative.
Kokanee is the most delicious fish among living freshwater fish. And the price of one goes from $ 4 to $ 5. About 10 kokanees can get off.
If I go fishing in the ocean, the cost of the boat takes from $65 to $90 a day. I am very satisfied with the fishing here.


Do you have trout fishing lakes?
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niru_04

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Re: Fishing in Japan
« Reply #97 on: Aug 22, 2017, 06:16 PM »
>taxid-san

Yeah, I have a plan to do lake trolling on another lake ”Inawashiro Lake” next month.
Unfortunately, the release of fish is the rule there.
I'm a Japanese fisherman.

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Re: Fishing in Japan
« Reply #98 on: Aug 22, 2017, 08:00 PM »
>lowaccord66-san

Thank you.  :D :D
I would like to introduce Japanese fishing from now on. And I'm happy to be able to interact with anglers in America.
I'm a Japanese fisherman.

taxid

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Re: Fishing in Japan
« Reply #99 on: Aug 22, 2017, 08:37 PM »
>taxid-san

Yeah, I have a plan to do lake trolling on another lake ”Inawashiro Lake” next month.
Unfortunately, the release of fish is the rule there.

What species and what size? Do you have any brown trout in Japan?
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niru_04

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Re: Fishing in Japan
« Reply #100 on: Aug 22, 2017, 09:24 PM »
>taxid-san

In Inawashiro lake, space is 103 square kilometer and depth is 94 m.
Target fish is Steal head, Masu salmon and family of Lake trout. Fish size is 40 to 60cm.
There is no blown trout. It is living in another lake.
I love this lake . :D :D
I'm a Japanese fisherman.

lowaccord66

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Re: Fishing in Japan
« Reply #101 on: Aug 22, 2017, 10:00 PM »
Sounds like a good time to me Niru-san.  Do you ever smoke any of the kokanee you catch?  Here's a picture of some king salmon and stealhead I smoked last week.


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Re: Fishing in Japan
« Reply #102 on: Aug 22, 2017, 10:39 PM »
>lowaccord66-san

Nice picture! :D :D I can feel good smell of smoked salmon and stealhead.
I don't make smoked kokanee, but made smoked rainbow trout and smelt. After time I will post its picture.       
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Re: Fishing in Japan
« Reply #103 on: Aug 23, 2017, 06:28 AM »
They are smoked rainbow trouts.

I made them by hand-made cardboard smoker last winter.
Saumur is 12%salt water(in a little sugar) within Allspice, white pepper, black pepper, Laurier, sage.
After picking fish in it for 18 hours, drain out salt for 40 minutes and dry for 2 hours.
I smoked the fish with smoker for 6 hours. The temperature was about 158 ℉ and smoked chips was Hickory.
It seems to be popular in the USA to smoke making. I like it too.







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Re: Fishing in Japan
« Reply #104 on: Aug 23, 2017, 06:57 AM »
Very nice niru.. :thumbup_smilie: :thumbup_smilie:
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