Unless they naturally come up the creek by your house from a nearby river, it’s really, REALLY not recommended that you divert them to the creek. By forcing them away from their natural spawning grounds, you’re actually threatening their lives. Salmon go upstream to spawn before returning to where they came from. If you take them off-course, there has to be a way for them to get back on-course, otherwise they won’t spawn. It’s best just to leave them be.
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