Thousands of glowing red kokanee salmon filled the tributaries of the Ogden River above Causey Reservoir during their annual spawning run on Sept. 8, 2016. The fish migrate out of their home in the reservoir to reproduce and eventually die along the shallow creek beds.

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Oops. Changing that.Thanks


"The salmon lay eggs in the gravel of the creek before dieting at the end of their spawning run."I guess they need to lose all the excess fat they gained during Labor Day BBQ?

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