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  1. Rainbow trout - Native to the Pacific coast, these are a popular game fish in Colorado. CPW hatcheries stock over 2.5 million 10" rainbows (called "Catchables") into public lakes and rivers each year. Kokanee salmon- Kokanee are the land-locked form of sockeye salmon that live in reservoirs throughout the higher elevations. Each fall, kokanee ...

  2. The list below identifies where catchable trout (approximately 10") were recently stocked. Note: The stocking report is updated every Friday during the fishing season and lists waters that were scheduled to be stocked throughout the previous week. The date listed next to the waters is representative of when the water was added to the report.

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  4. Jun 06, 2018 · Pink Salmon, Chum, and Sockeye salmon don’t tend to come into season until late July and finish out the end of our season strong into August and even September. Kings, Sockeye, and Moving with the Seasons. The Sockeye Salmon is an early season salmon arriving in late June, but King Salmon tend to lead the charge closer to the beginning of June.

  5. Salmon increased 16.66 NOK/KG or 26.72% since the beginning of 2022, according to trading on a contract for difference (CFD) that tracks the benchmark market for this commodity. Historically, Salmon reached an all time high of 110.04 in July of 2022. This page includes a chart with historical data for Salmon.

  6. Feb 09, 2020 · Each year, the Rifle Falls Fish Hatchery dumps between 330,000 and 360,000 rainbow trout into the Dillon Reservoir, many of which are dumped in the fall and make for profitable ice fishing ...

  7. Jul 10, 2022 · They grow much faster in saltwater than in freshwater. After 2 years at sea, adult salmon can grow to an average length of 28 to 30 inches and weight of 8 to 12 pounds. Unlike the Pacific salmon species, Atlantic salmon do not die after spawning, and adults can repeat the breeding cycle. They live for 4 to 6 years.

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