Salmon Teeth

Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by G-spot4u, Oct 28, 2013.

  1. G-spot4u

    G-spot4u Active Member

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  2. Krusty

    Krusty Active Member

    Just go buy some shark teeth at a tourist shop...the kids will never know the difference (but their parents will wonder why they don't want to go swimming anymore).
     
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  4. Alosa

    Alosa Active Member

    No, I think Krusty's got this one figured out. HILARIOUS!
     
  5. Brendan

    Brendan New Member

    I had a girlfriend in college who was a Physical Anthropology major and was particularly interested in dentition (teeth). She would boil fish skulls, then use a Dremel tool with a cutting disk to remove the jaw around the base of the tooth to extract the nearly perfectly preserved teeth.

    Great story, love that the kids were so interested in the fish.
     
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  6. Old Man

    Old Man Just an Old Man

    Go take a hike along most river's in Western Washington. You are bound to find many dead Salmon with big teeth in most of their jaws. Most will have lost all of their flesh by now so handling them will not be a smelly job.
     
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  8. GAT

    GAT Active Member

    Any idea what the kids want to do with salmon teeth? They are hardly as large or significant as shark teeth. I wonder just exactly what the little buggers are up to! Are they sniffing powdered salmon teeth or what?
     
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  10. FinLuver

    FinLuver Active Member

    Love the report...and the after dialog. :)
     
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  12. Krusty

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    Hell...I'm not skinny-dipping in coho water ever again. I suspect the coho will be grateful for that too.
     
  13. freestoneangler

    freestoneangler Not to be confused with Freestone

    Fascinating thread... no, serious, really fascinating.
     
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