The Yelloweye rockfish (Sebastes ruberrimus) is a rockfish of the genus Sebastes, and one of the biggest members of the genus. Its name derieves from its coloration. It is also known as the "red snapper." As they grow older, they change in color, from reddish in youngness, to bright orange in adulthood, to pale yellow in old age. Yelloweye live in rocky areas and feed on small fish and other rockfish. They reside in the East Pacific and range from Baja California to Prince William Sound in Alaska.
Tiger rockfish are also known as the "black-banded rockfish". "Sebastes" means "magnificent", and "nigrocinctus" means "black" and "girdle" in Latin.
Coho salmon can be silver, hooknose, blueback. They are notorious for their wild, fast and erratic fight, frequently punctuated by acrobatic leaps out of the water. Coho are a bright silver in colour, with a white mouth and white gums at the base of the teeth. They have a silver tail with spots and a wide base.
Freshwater streams and estuaries provide important habitat for chinook salmon
Chinook salmon feed on terrestrial and aquatic insects, amphipods, and other crustaceans while young, and primarily on other fish when older
Resident Killer Whales