Fish Watcher Record
Contributor: Tim Loh | ID: 178
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Species: Lepidopsetta bilineata
Attachment: rocksole.jpg
Locality:* Hamber Island, Indian Arm
Type: Island
Salinity:* marine
Water depth: 10 - 15 m
Latitude:* 49°   19'   N       Latitude (dec): 49.316666666667
Longitude:* 122°   56'   W       Longitude (dec): -122.93333333333
FAO area:* Pacific, Northeast
Temp.: °C
Date:* 30/04/2002, dd/mm/yyyy
Day time: 12:00 - 1:30 h    e.g. 13:00 - 15:00
Length:* 25 cm     Type:* TL
Weight: g
Abundance: fairly common (chances are about 50%)
Life stage: adults
Sex: undetermined
Gear: fishing rod
Remark: Not a very good photo. Rock sole appear to be most common in shallow water in Belcarra Bay during the period between late May and late June. Caught sporadically outside this time. A Crude analysis of stomach contents was performed--> Intestine and stomach full (almost bursting!)--> One 6 cm coonstriped shrimp, 3-4 tiny nuttall's cockles, 1 small scallop, and the rest are bits and pieces of various species of clams and snails. WHAT A MEAL!!
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