Kudoa in salmon
CTV covered kudoa-infested salmon sold in Costco. There's the risk this can be spread to wild salmon. If you catch a wild salmon with this soft mushy flesh, it'd probably be a good idea to email Alexandra Morton where you caught it so she can add that info to her case against farmed salmon.
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Here are the species currently known to carry Kudoa . You will never catch a wild salmon with this "soft mushy flesh"
It happens some time after death of the animal. I've seen it in Halibut and wild salmon from BC. There is absolutely nothing new about this parasite in farmed or wild fish.
South African pilchard
Mushy Halibut being caught in Alaska
Mushy halibut is being caught in Alaska this year. It appears the Americans don't want to say it is kudoa though. They prefer to say it's immature halibut or something of that nature.
Trolling Bob and Annie? I didn't see anything in the article about "immature halibut or something." Why should we take your word for it over the Alaskan biologists? Oh, right, you're fighting for the fish farmers.
Originally Posted by Annie
Don't think they're trolling ... just asking questions.
Fish Farms must really pay a lot for spin doctors. All 4 fishing sites have brand new members every time there is a report comes out about problems from fish farming and they all try to point the finger elsewhere. !!!FARM TROLLS!!! (a new breed)
Last edited by Kisinana; 07-25-2012 at 12:06 PM.
Oh geeze-- now we have Dave, too. Just like herpes-- you keep coming back.... (so I am told.....)
Last edited by Cuba Libre; 07-25-2012 at 01:34 PM.
20ft Alumaweld Intruder
Already had a few fish with the symptoms....Mushy flesh and holes along the fillets. Consistency of pink.
Annie is a pro fish farm blogger. Troll.
I think a reasonable person would conclude that they and you are trolls. At least in the context of shrilling for the fish farm industry and are here for damage control and pro fish farm spin. Further one does not need a 160 IQ to conclude that they and you are not on this site to advance the interests of sport fishing, wild fish or the well being of our environment, but rather to protect corporate profits at any cost. I think in that context troll fits nicely.
Originally Posted by Dave
You have the wrong audience; but welcome. The more you and your friends post the pro fish farm poop on this site, the more you help to keep Ocean Pen Fish Farms in BC on the radar and this is not an industry that benefits from having a bright light shine on it.
A Mr. Bob Milne is all over the Web defending and spinning for fish farms. We should be honored to have one of the Kings of Fish Farm Propaganda visit our little site. He does like to bash Morton.
Time for some more donations for Independent Virus testing.
Last edited by Rockfish; 07-25-2012 at 11:18 PM.