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Post Posted: 07:22am - Mar 15,20 
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i am self Quarantine myself out on busy corner please keep a 6' distance for my planer boards
All Joking aside PRAY for good health for every one including good financial health to all those that have lost revenue and lively hood from this hysteria

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Post Posted: 08:29am - Mar 15,20 
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Can salmon get the corona virus?

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Post Posted: 09:20am - Mar 15,20 
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joesaliga wrote:
Can salmon get the corona virus?


Yes, both Coho and Kings. As can Steelhead, musky, walleye, perch and smallmouth. You are safe catching Largemouth, carp, lakers and brown trout.

Also you are more likely to contract it if you visit any of the more popular lakes for these species during the height of the season. Its probably a good idea to stay away from Starbucks, Home Depot, or any of the finer restaurants in the Chicago land area. Oh and stay off of 55, the tollway or any main roads during typical commute times.

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Post Posted: 10:30am - Mar 15,20 
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What a better way to self isolate..get out and fish...few miles out will be a pretty safe bet/haven....
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Post Posted: 06:27am - Mar 17,20 
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joesaliga wrote:
Can salmon get the corona virus?
No,,,, the can protects them.......

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Post Posted: 07:20am - Mar 21,20 
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I mean, that's literally a great way to self-isolate. You don't see many people, you keep clear of crowded places, and you don't eat stuff you have to fight for in a supermarket filled to the brim with potentially sick people. What's not to love?

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