They certainly do. Salmon are a famous example of this. They swim upstream to their birthplace in order to reproduce. Many other fish migrate for different reasons, some even traveling in between freshwater and saltwater.
Some species of fish do migrate. There are three main categories that fish migration fall into: potamodromous, oceanodromous, and diadromous. Potamodromous fish migrate between different bodies of fresh water. Oceanodromous fish migrate between different bodies of salt water, and diadromous fish migrate between salt water and freshwater. Some example of fish species that migrate are Forage fish, Capelin, species of Tuna, Salmon, and others.
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