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Snagger Watch 

The fish has to willingly take that hook into its mouth to be a legal catch. Snagging a fish on its forehead, belly, back, fin, chin — wherever — is not proper, and you can't keep such a catch. This Klamath Chinook looks chin-caught.

Image credit: Photo by Heidi Walters

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