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Are the capelin rolling?

Asked: Francis Lanteigne, Date Created:

Capelin are small fish that come to our beaches every year to spawn, their arrival is a spectacle that draws in thousands of birds and whales, but the exact date of the event is difficult to predict....2018:

2018:
Holyrood:capelin rolling for ~10 days after August 7
Bryants Cove:capelin rolling for ~8 days after July 10

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