Japanese Salmon
Jap Salmon AD

Scientific Name

Oncorhynchus masou


Kerikil River

Real Life Location

Western Pacific Ocean and Eastern Asia

Tackle Size


Largest Size

1.28 ft

Base Fish Points


The Japanese Salmon is a Salmon found in Kerikil River. They also called the Masu Salmon or Cherry Salmon or Yamame. The Masu Salmon is a piscivore and and insectivore. This fish, like some other salmonids, may feed on smaller members of it's own species. Other fish, like the Brown Trout  also does this disturbing, but true, action. 


  • Kerikil Calm (Upstream)

Bait & LuresEdit

  • Quick Hitter
  • Skyblue, orange or yellow lures
  • blue bait (regular)


This fish is rare, but it is also distinguishable. Look for a longer fish, as big as a Magoi, but sleeker. When you find it, you must cast with M rod/reel with Quick Hitter or Rainbow Bait. A few other fish might become interested, but let them go and if the salmon comes, pull it up, and you have the fish.