Sculpin

Cottus ssp.
Sculpin have large pectoral fins to help hold them in place against stream currents/USFWS Photo
Freshwater sculpins are known to eat salmon eggs that are uncovered. In return, they are often eaten by adult salmon and trout. The large pectoral find of the sculpin help them hold their place in strong currents. Their eyes are adapted to face upward, a good adaptation for a bottom-dwelling fish.

Facts About Sculpin

Have eyes that point upward

Large pectoral fins