fresh-run

fresh-run

adj
(Zoology) (of fish) newly migrated upstream from the sea, esp to spawn
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Nearby on the Tyneside Anglers beat, Trevor Roberts landed a fresh-run salmon of 8lb taken on an Orange and Black Flying C.
Harry had never seen a kelt before and like many other anglers thought every salmon that was silver was fresh-run.
There was a better than usual start to the River Wye salmon season with six fresh-run fish caught on opening day, including one of 30lb landed by Arthur Knight when he was fishing on the Moccas water near Ross-on-Wye.
The Avon is near summer level at Evesham, and the Wye is at normal level with a good head of fresh-run salmon moving in.
THE salmon season ended with a flurry of fish from the lower Usk and Wye, with the Bigsweir water on the latter producing 17 fresh-run fish on the final day and a 38lb salmon caught from the Llangibby fishery on the River Usk, which is the biggest from the river in 70 years.
the postponement is particularly unfortunate as there are plenty of fresh-run cod in the area, with a fish of 6lbs 4ozs falling to mike Horn at the weekend.
The choppy conditions have brought a few fresh-run fish on to the open shore marks, Garry Tully taking four for 5-12-0 from Amble to win Newbiggin's match.
Fly fishing international Geoff Thompson hooked a fresh-run 6.
IT'S a very rare year when I don't get a Fish of the Week photograph showing a smiling angler holding a thinnish-looking salmon which he thinks is his first fresh-run one of the season.
Most of the cod taken were well coloured and had obviously been in the weed beds for quite some time, with very few fresh-run fish taken.