Anadromous Atlantic salmon have a complicated life cycle that begins with them hatching as fry in their natal streams, then rearing as juveniles in fresh water streams and tributaries, and finally migrating to sea as adults. Before migrating to the ocean, this species spends two to three years in freshwater settings. They also spend two to three years in the ocean before returning to spawn in their original streams. There are also lacustrine (lake-dwelling) Atlantic salmon populations, in which adults live in lakes and subsequently travel to nearby torrents to spawn.
Silvery overall, bluish to olive-brown dorsally with a white belly and fewer dark markings usually confined to the upper flanks, similar to brown trout. The halo that brown trout have normally isn’t present in these places. The fins are a dusky grey color, and the fish has a thick tail wrist. The mouth of the salmon is smaller and does not extend past the eyes, and the tail is more deeply forked than that of the brown trout.
Although Atlantic Salmon can grow to be over 30 kg, fish larger than 6 kg are uncommon in Australia.
The Atlantic Salmon, which is native to European and North American rivers that flow into the northern Atlantic Ocean, has been introduced to Lake Jindabyne and Khancoban Pondage. Because the majority of the natural life cycle is spent at sea, there are no wild populations. Anglers hunt for Atlantic salmon, which is regarded as a fantastic sport fish.
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