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    • King Salmon Mouth With Black Gum Line

    • Chinook Salmon; King Salmon; Tyee; Quinnat; Spring; Salmon; Fishes; Fisheries management; Sport fishing; Alaska; AK; Salmon Identification; Recreation
    • Adult chinook , commonly called king salmon, have irregular spotting on the back and dorsal fins and on both lobes of the caudal or tail fin. These salmon also have a black pigment along the gum line giving them the name black or blackmouth in some...
    • King Salmon

    • Chinook Salmon; King Salmon; Tyee; Spring; Tule; Quinnat; Blackmouth; Salmon; Fishes; Fisheries management; Salmon Identification; Deshka River; Recreation
    • Adult chinook , commonly called king salmon, have irregular spotting on the back and dorsal fins and on both lobes of the caudal or tail fin. These salmon also have a black pigment along the gum line giving them the name black or blackmouth in some...
    • King Salmon Identification

    • Chinook Salmon; King Salmon; Tyee; Spring; Tule; Quinnat; Blackmouth; Salmon; Fishes; Fisheries management; Sport fishing; Alaska; AK; Salmon Identification; Deshka River; Recreation
    • Adult chinook , commonly called king salmon, have irregular spotting on the back and dorsal fins and on both lobes of the caudal or tail fin. These salmon also have a black pigment along the gum line giving them the name black or blackmouth in some...
    • Thirty pound king salmon

    • Fishes; Fisheries management; Sport fishing; Recreation; Rivers and streams; Boating
    • Recreational salmon fishing for kings, or also called Chinook, black or blackmouth, on the Deshka River in southcentral Alaska. The Deshka is a tributary of the Susitna River. It can be reached by a one hour drive and a 15 minute boat ride, or a 30...
    • Mercedes Eicholz oral history transcript

    • History; Biography; Congressional operations; Connecting people with nature; Hiking; Leisure activities; Parks; Recreation; Recreation sites; Wilderness; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife management; Wildlife viewing;
    • Oral history interview with Mercedes Eicholz with Roger Kaye as interviewer. Recorded telephone interview by Roger Kaye, June 15, 2004 Fairbanks, Alaska
    • King Salmon Roe

    • Salmon Roe; Salmon Eggs; Bait; King Salmon; Chinook Salmon; Fishing; Fisheries management; Deshka River; Recreation; Roe; Skein
    • Salmon roe is cured in salt, borax and commercial curing compounds for use as bait for salmon and trout. The bait is used in quarter to silver dollar sized pieces or as single eggs. Fresh high grade salmon eggs are shipped to Japan where they are...
    • King Salmon Profile

    • Salmon; Chinook Salmon; King Salmon; Blackmouth; Tyee; Spring; Tule; Quinnat; Fisheries management; Alaska Sport Fishing; Deshka River; Susitna River; Alaska; AK; Salmon Identification; Recreation
    • Adults have black irregular spotting on the back and dorsal fins and on both lobes of the caudal or tail fin. King salmon also have a black pigment along the gum line giving them the name black or blackmouth salmon in some areas of the northwest.
    • King Salmon Tail

    • Salmon; King Salmon; Chinook Salmon; Blackmouth; Tyee; Spring; Tule; Quinnat; Sport fishing; Salmon Identification; Recreation; Deshka River
    • Adult chinook , commonly called king salmon, have irregular spotting on the back and dorsal fins and on both lobes of the caudal or tail fin. These salmon also have a black pigment along the gum line giving them the name black or blackmouth in some...
    • Deshka River June 2004

    • Salmon; KIng Salmon; Chinook Salmon; Tyee; Blackmouth; Spring Salmon; Tule; Recreation; Sport Fishing; Deshka River
    • Recreational salmon fishing for kings, or also called chinook salmon, on the Deshka River in southcentral Alaska. The Deshka is a tributary of the Susitna River which runs to Cooks Inlet near Anchorage. It can be reached by driving one hour north...
    • Three King Salmon On Deshka River

    • Sport fishing;
    • Salmon fishing for kings, or also called chinook, on the Deshka River in southcentral Alaska. The Deshka is a tributary of the Susitna River. It can be reached by a one hour drive and a 15 minute boat ride, or a 30 minute plane ride from Anchorage....

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