More fun with salmon, from the Oxford English Dictionary:

1387   J. Trevisa tr. R. Higden Polychron. (St. John's Cambr.) (1865) I. 407   They eteþ hote samoun alway.

1616   Shakespeare Othello (1622) ii. i. 158   She that in wisedome, neuer was so fraile, To change the Codshead for the Salmons taile.

1836   Dickens Pickwick Papers (1837) viii. 76   ‘It wasn't the wine,’ murmured Mr. Snodgrass, in a broken voice. ‘It was the salmon.’

1859   C. Darwin Origin of Species iv. 88   Male salmons have been seen fighting all day long.