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Published on Nov 8, 2013

Kokanee are genetically identical to sockeye salmon, but are land locked in lakes and reservoirs.

Here in the Great Pacific Northwest, these fish leave the security of deep waters for shallow creeks where they migrate to spawn in their full glory. This is the third of a few underwater videos showing kokanee as they migrate upstream.

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