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How deep do you fish for kokanee?

Asked: Brunda Scoot, Last Updated:

Kokanee salmon can be found at varying depths depending on the time of year and body of water. The most common range for kokanee trolling is between 10 and 40 feet. I generally troll at 18 feet until I can get a good reading from the fish finder.

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