Article Last Updated: Friday, November 30, 2012 4:41pm
Fish eggs spray out as Keith Taylor grabs a Kokanee salmon he snagged while fishing in the Dolores River. The salmon snag season started Nov. 15.
Photos by Sam Green
Dante Vallejos wades out into the icy waters of the Dolores River to retrieve his hook that is hung up on a rock. The fishermen all complain that the number of hooks lost in the snagging process is the bad part of salmon snag.
Ethan Long, Keith Taylor, Jim Koenig and Frank Muniz cast their lines out to snag Kokanee salmon in the Dolores River.
Ethan Long reaches for a Kokanee salmon he snagged in the Dolores River.
Catching their limit, salmon snaggers are able to fill their buckets as the Kokanee are making their run upstream.
Jim Koenig is delighted as he snags his 10th salmon from the Dolores River. Ten is the limit for snagging the fish.
By By Sarah Elizabeth Walker Moore
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