SALMON SOKEYE (Oncorhynchus nerka)

The sockeye salmon (anadromous form of Oncorhynchus nerka) is endemic to the Pacific Ocean and its tributaries from Hokkaido in Japan to the Anadyr River, Russia, and from the Sacramento River, California to Point Hope, Alaska. Freshwater, non migratory populations, known as kokanee, occur naturally in Japan, Russia, Alaska, Washington, Oregon and Idaho, the Yukon and British Columbia and have been introduced elsewhere
MAX SIZE: 15 lb / 7 kg
MAX LENGHT: 33 inch / 84 cm
MAX AGE: 8 years
ENVIRONMENT: Freshwater-Saltwater

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