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    Re: Southern Claifornia Steelhead stories....

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff E View Post
    In the past few years there were landlocked spawned out adults in the Ventura river lagoon. The last 3 miles or so of that system is replenished by a 2nd stage sewage treatment plant.
    Thats what brought the run back to Malibu creek as well....

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    Re: Southern Claifornia Steelhead stories....

    In the past few years there were landlocked spawned out adults in the Ventura river lagoon. The last 3 miles or so of that system is replenished by a 2nd stage sewage treatment plant.

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    Re: Southern Claifornia Steelhead stories....

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff E View Post
    The SoCal streams had the largest runs to size ratio I read. Of course the stream sizes weren't too big mostly lol. I'm pretty sure I read that the Santa Ynez River behind Santa Barbara had a run as large as 200,000 fish!
    It might have been a DFG rescue of Steelhead juveniles.....sounds more logical....I did read it a few times in the past in researching socal steelhead.

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    Re: Southern Claifornia Steelhead stories....

    Quote Originally Posted by salmonid View Post
    Good thread! Sad to see the steelies decline so much down south. Heard the LA river used to have an epic run back in the day. Fish need good water tho.
    The SoCal streams had the largest runs to size ratio I read. Of course the stream sizes weren't too big mostly lol. I'm pretty sure I read that the Santa Ynez River behind Santa Barbara had a run as large as 200,000 fish!

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    Re: Southern Claifornia Steelhead stories....

    Quote Originally Posted by salmonid View Post
    Good thread! Sad to see the steelies decline so much down south. Heard the LA river used to have an epic run back in the day. Fish need good water tho.
    "Sal" lol. Could you correct my typo in the thread title "Claifornia" lol

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    Re: Southern Claifornia Steelhead stories....

    It would be a miracle if I could fish for steelhead in Texas I miss the native fish that California offered in its rivers.


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    Re: Southern Claifornia Steelhead stories....

    Good thread! Sad to see the steelies decline so much down south. Heard the LA river used to have an epic run back in the day. Fish need good water tho.
    Here they come!

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    Re: Southern Claifornia Steelhead stories....

    Quote Originally Posted by WLShafor View Post
    I didn't think that they could be in warm waters


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    Steelhead have adapted in areas, (So Cal. and the Deschutes River Oregon) to survive 80 degree water! Lately in SoCal they have had trouble dealing with NO water lol. But they will reload if the water comes.

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