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Fishing the easy way

Kokanee salmon giveaway attracts 100
Jim White, a fish biologist with Colorado Parks and Wildlife, gives away kokanee salmon at Joe Rowell Park Thursday in Dolores.
Sue Utrup collects here share of kokanee salmon at Joe Rowell Park. “I’m going to smoke them with dill and olive oil,” she said. There will be another kokanee giveaway on Oct. 26 at 3 p.m. in the park. A valid fishing license is required.
Bonnie McGuire guts her kokanee salmon in front of a mural at Joe Rowell Park in Dolores.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife gave away 1,500 kokanee salmon Thursday in Dolores. There was so much demand that fish biologists went and got more from a nearby fish hatchery. The salmon spend three or four years in McPhee Reservoir then swim up the Dolores River in the fall to spawn.

Fishing the easy way

Jim White, a fish biologist with Colorado Parks and Wildlife, gives away kokanee salmon at Joe Rowell Park Thursday in Dolores.
Sue Utrup collects here share of kokanee salmon at Joe Rowell Park. “I’m going to smoke them with dill and olive oil,” she said. There will be another kokanee giveaway on Oct. 26 at 3 p.m. in the park. A valid fishing license is required.
Bonnie McGuire guts her kokanee salmon in front of a mural at Joe Rowell Park in Dolores.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife gave away 1,500 kokanee salmon Thursday in Dolores. There was so much demand that fish biologists went and got more from a nearby fish hatchery. The salmon spend three or four years in McPhee Reservoir then swim up the Dolores River in the fall to spawn.
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