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How do you catch salmon in spawning season?

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Re:Fishing for Spawning Salmon But try tying on a little gob of roe and put on enough weight that it will bounce along the bottom. Cast upstream and let it bounce down through there. When the line sags, set the hook. If you got it right you will have a fish on.

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