red fish (kokanee) spawning up Trestle Creek - 9/4/16
Completely landlocked populations of sockeye salmon also are known. Some sockeye live and reproduce in lakes and are commonly called kokanee, which is red-fish name in the Sinixt Interior Salish language and silver trout in the Okanagan language.
They are much smaller than the anadromous variety and are rarely over 14 inches long. There are two kinds of kokanee populations - one spawns in streams and the other near lake shores. (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
Adam's pictures he has a fancy phone that you can imerse up to 10 feet. the fish didnt seem to mind.