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Category: Sockeye Salmon

Sockeye Salmon Winter Fishing

Sockeye Salmon winter fishing does not exists in rives and streams. Besides be filled with only young Sockeye Salmon that are only about a few ounces in weight, there are no adults as they are in the ocean. Furthermore, most...

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Sockeye Salmon Features and Size

Ocean living, pre spawn Sockeye Salmon are slim and elongated, much more so than the other Pacific Salmon. Like all other Pacific Salmon, they are silver from head to tail. The top is darker with a greenish blue coloration. When...

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Sockeye Salmon Spring Fishing

Spring is an exciting time for most anglers. After sitting around the entire winter reading up on tips and techniques, having bought the latest gear and lures to try out, there is a hunger to try out last years great fishing...

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Sockeye Salmon Summer Fishing

The Fraser River in British Columbia Canada offers great Sockeye Fishing. In any given summer day, as many as 4500 anglers can be found fishing the river. The best time to look out for Sockeye Salmon is in June, when they first...

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Sockeye Salmon Reproduction

Young Sockeye Salmon spend anywhere from one to three years living in freshwater rivers and lakes before heading to the river estuaries and then on to the sea. Once in the ocean, Sockeye Salmon spend as many as four years in the...

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Sockeye Salmon River Fishing

Once Sockeye Salmon leave the ocean and move up stream, they stop feeding. Before entering the river to spawn, some Sockeye Salmon will still feed, congregating at the mouth of the river. Most Sockeye Salmon that are caught in a...

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Sockeye Salmon Habitat

Sockeye salmon can be found in both freshwater and salt water. However, in their native habitat, they are only found in freshwater at the beginning of their life, after hatching from their eggs, and when they return to spawn...

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Sockeye Salmon Lake Fishing

Lake fishing for Sockeye Salmon can be found in several states and provinces of the United States and Canada. The Great Lakes offer great Sockeye Fishing for Ontario, Michigan, Illinois, New York, Ohio and Pennsylvania. Fishing...

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Sockeye Salmon Autumn Fishing

Sockeye Salmon fall spawning starts earlier in Alaska than the rest of their distribution. Winter for much of Alaska starts in August with summer being more fall like. The exception is the coast of Alaska that dips into British...

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Sockeye Salmon Deep Water Fishing

Deep sea fishing for Sockeye Salmon is possible throughout much of the year. However, any fishing charter cannot guarantee that you will end up catching Sockeye Salmon or even just Salmon. Because the ocean is filled with many...

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Sockeye Salmon Distribution

Juvenile Sockeye Salmon stay in their birth river for several months feeding on stoneflies, water penny beetles, mussels, crayfish, and isopods, insects both aquatic and terrestrial as well as and zooplankton. Sockeye Salmon...

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Tip of The Month

Smallmouth Bass prefer cool, oxygen rich water.

Therefore, try streams and rivers with fast moving water. Smallmouth can also be found behind brush or other debris and where rocks breach the surface, creating oxygen rich water.

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