Most kokanee are taken on small lures or bugs trolled either by themselves or behind a kokanee dodger. Kokanee are unlike any other fish. They are primarily plankton feeders, and also feed on tiny mysis shrimp. Since they do not readily feed on minnows, lures or standard bait, kokanee must be targeted specifically. Larger kokanee are very territorial. Kokanee are attackers. What triggers this attack seems to be the right style of lure in the right color for the moment. Corn and scent seem to be the final key to triggering an attack. For more specific information on how to catch a Kokanee, check out http://www.scribd.com/doc/16746721/How-to-Catch-Kokanee.