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Nick Dulleck of San Jose caught and released this pending world record 11 lb. 4 oz. spotted bass at Bullards Bar Reservoir on February 12.
On February 12, Nick Dulleck of San Jose caught and released a potential world record ...
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San Jose Angler Lands Potential World Record 11 lb. 4 oz. Spotted Bass At Bullards Bar

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Lake Almanor Spring Trout Action Starts (Chester) “Slowly but surely the spring trout bite is ...

Lake Trout Report

The heavily eroded Oroville Dam spillway after flows over the spillway stopped. Photo courtesy of DWR.
There couldn’t be more of a contrast between the Feather River last fall during the ...

The Feather below Oroville Dam: A Tale of Two Rivers

Ryan Jones pulled this beautiful 8 lb largemouth out of muddy waters of Lake Amador on February 25 while working a Baby Brush Hog.
Amador (Ione) Bass fishing has picked back up in the last couple of weeks and ...

Mother Lode Roundup

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Charter Boats Prep For Upcoming Season As Private Boats Find A Few Sturgeon Berkeley/Emeryville (East ...

Saltwater Ocean and Bay Report

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Nick Dulleck of San Jose caught and released this pending world record 11 lb. 4 oz. spotted bass at Bullards Bar Reservoir on February 12.
On February 12, Nick Dulleck of San Jose caught and released a potential world record spotted bass weighing 11 pounds, 4 ounces at Bullards Bar Reservoir on the Yuba River. If certified as a world record by the International Game Fish Association (IGFA), the fish would eclipse the spotted bass of 10.8 pounds caught by Cody Meyer in December 2016. Meyer’s fish was also caught at California’s big spotted “bass factory,” Bulllards Bar Reservoir. If recognized as a state record by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Dulleck’s fish would also shatter the state record spotted bass record of ...
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Lauritzen Yacht Harbor
The Delta Stewardship Council (DSC) on Thursday, March 23 will consider a controversial motion to amend the Delta Plan to automatically accept new conveyance (the Delta Tunnels) into their master plan for the Delta, “without proper public vetting,” according to a news release from Restore the Delta (RTD). The meeting will take place at the Brentwood Community Center, 708 3rd Street, Brentwood, CA 94513. The meeting will begin at 9 a.m. and the public comment session will begin at 10 a.m. The motion will be agenda item 11. “Delta advocates will attend the DSC meeting to show their opposition to ...
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Jerry Brown speaks at press conference at the State Capitol on February 24. Governor's Office photo.
This is the latest action alert from Restore the Delta (RTD): The Delta Stewardship Council (DSC) has been attempting to pull a fast one on Delta area residents. They are considering a motion to amend the Delta Plan to automatically accept new conveyance, aka the Delta tunnels, into their master plan for the Delta, without proper public vetting. We need you to attend the Delta Stewardship Council meeting on March 23rd, Thursday in Brentwood. The meeting starts at 9 am, but the public session is not scheduled to begin until 10 a.m. The meeting will be held at: Brentwood Community ...
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Alternate Salmon Shot
Governor Jerry Brown and administration officials claim that the California WaterFix, a controversial plan to build two 35-mile long tunnels under the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta, is based on “science.” “The best scientific thinking says California needs the project,” Governor Brown told Dan Morain, Sacramento Bee editorial page editor in an interview in December of 2016. (www.sacbee.com/...) However, federal scientists strongly disagree with Brown’s claim that “best scientific thinking" supports the construction of the tunnels. In fact, the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) has released a draft biological opinion documenting the harm the tunnels would cause to salmon, steelhead, Delta ...
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