Sockeye Salmon Catch Russian River Alaska

A fair catch by a fisherman, was this Sockeye Salmon in the Russian River in Alaska, USA as the fly is hooked in the middle of its mouth.

A bright yellow fly is still attached to the inside of the mouth on this Sockeye Salmon caught on the Russian River in Alaska, USA. The Sockeye Salmon is often referred to as a red or blueback salmon due to its marking and the bright red colors on its body as seen in this picture.

A Sockeye Salmon has anywhere from 28 to 40 long teeth which are very rough and sharp as seen in the mouth of this salmon on a recent catch. These salmon live a majority of their life in the sea and usually only enter the fresh water, like in the Russian River, to spawn every four years.

Alaska. Sockeye salmon caught on the Russian River.



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Photo of a Sockeye Salmon hooked in the mouth by a sports fisherman in the Russian River in Alaska, USA.

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Photo Title: Sockeye Salmon Catch Russian River Alaska

A fair catch by a fisherman, was this Sockeye Salmon in the Russian River in Alaska, USA as the fly is hooked in the middle of its mouth.

Scientific Name:

Oncorhynchus Nerka

Photographer:

William H. Mullins / Accent Alaska

Photo - ID:

067_070 - Sockeye Salmon Catch Russian River Alaska