I went through the books on Freshwater Fish for aquariums and everything else I have and cannot find any reference to anyone saying that they are aquarium compatible. I do not, sadly, know anything else about them and would be hesitant to tell you that they would be okay outside of professional tanks that are supervised by biologists and marine veterinarians.
they leap out of the water, jumpers cept they glide like dolphins.
we got one on that wall at work, a trophy, stay small it seems.
You know your area better then I do obviously, but I know in the lower 48 they really cant be kept, there are creel limits but I dont think we are allowed to keep them. I am imagining your waters dont get much more then 60 degrees.
Well I was thinking of using a 55gal tank and insulating 3 sides and placing a second pain of glass on the 4th side (to keep the condensation to a minimum). Then running the water pump thru a resivoir in a small refridgerator to keep the water temp below 60 degrees.
I currently don't have any thing set up. I just thought I'd ask and see if any one had ever kept of even heard of anyone keeping these fish.
Here is a picture of a grayling from this area. I know the color of them varies quite a bit. The ones here all seem to have blue spots on the dorsel fin but I know the ones in the Yukon can have red yellow or purple spots as well.
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