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    Re: SF Bay Area steelhead

    Quote Originally Posted by Alameda View Post
    Look up mercury news “tracking the trout” article from 2/5 by Joe Giha. It won’t let me post a link
    This should work

    https://www.mercurynews.com/2019/02/...fish-a-leg-up/

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    SF Bay Area steelhead

    Look up mercury news “tracking the trout” article from 2/5 by Joe Giha. It won’t let me post a link



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    Re: SF Bay Area steelhead

    That's pretty cool!

    Keep up the good work,
    Here they come!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alameda View Post
    Had an exciting morning with the Alameda Creek Alliance trapping wild steelhead that traveled through the SF Bay in search of new spawning grounds in the south and east bay creeks. Check out and support alamedacreek dot org. With any luck, there will be steelhead spawning more and more in our local habitats —special thanks to Jeff Miller who has been working this problem for 22 years plus


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    Keep up the good work

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    SF Bay Area steelhead

    Had an exciting morning with the Alameda Creek Alliance trapping wild steelhead that traveled through the SF Bay in search of new spawning grounds in the south and east bay creeks. Check out and support alamedacreek dot org. With any luck, there will be steelhead spawning more and more in our local habitats —special thanks to Jeff Miller who has been working this problem for 22 years plus


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