we are 'the leading edge' HSO Creators Rick Posted August 13, 2012 we are 'the leading edge' HSO Creators Share Posted August 13, 2012 BISMARCK ND - Anglers who catch a tagged salmon are reminded to turn in the heads and report information to the North Dakota Game and Fish Department.Anglers can identify a tagged salmon by looking at the adipose fin – a small fleshy lobe found on the back toward the tail. If the fin is missing it was likely removed by Game and Fish biologists and the salmon probably has a micro-tag embedded in its head. There is no external tag.Micro-tags are inserted into a sample of young salmon before being stocked into Lake Sakakawea and the Missouri River. This microscopic tag is implanted near the snout, and contains a code that identifies stocking information.Heads can be turned into Game and Fish, or local bait shops in Riverdale and Pick City. Anglers will be provided information about the fish when tags are extracted and read by biologists. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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