Cub Scouts Conquer the Farallon Islands

On July 9th, a group of Cub Scouts from Fair Oaks Pack 215 boarded the Sea Wolf with aspirations of fishing the San Francisco Bay for striped bass, bottom fish, halibut and maybe a shark or two.  As the boys … Continued

Battling The Marin County Coast’s Feisty Lingcod And Rockfish With The CSBA

The Marin County Coast north of the Golden Gate Bridge is a much different world than the crowded urban region of San Francisco south of the bridge. The coast’s many attractions range from the tall, ancient redwoods of Muir Woods, … Continued

Happy Hooker Cal Kellogg School Of Fishing Event Produces 55 Lingcod & More!

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  I felt a little funny. A twinge of dizziness perhaps, but I didn’t think much of it. My sack was starting to bulge with a half dozen husky rockfish and a keeper lingcod that measure just short of 25 … Continued

Couple’s Challenge 2016: Ladies Rally To Comeback Victory!

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Chef Marc was busy at the grill turning out platters of eggs and hash browns as Captain James Smith turned over the California Dawn’s massive diesel engines, warming them up for the adventure to come. On deck co-captain and deckhand … Continued

32 Lb. Halibut Tops The Bay Catches

Contributed by Gordon Hough, Captain, Morning Star As we headed out Tuesday (May 31) with primo tides, primo anglers and “smallish” though usable bait we found ourselves engulfed in pea soup fog and and an ever increasing SW wind howling through … Continued

Salmon, Halibut And A Side Order Of Stripers!

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Traditionally, June is great month for Bay Area saltwater anglers, and this June is shaping up to be one of the best in memory. The best salmon bite in the state is raging in the coastal waters beyond the Golden … Continued

Feds to Probe Delta Tunnel Misuse of Grant Funds

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In the latest development in the long saga of Governor Jerry Brown’s rapidly collapsing California Water Fix, the Inspector General will be conducting an investigation of a Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER) complaint detailing how a funding agreement with … Continued

Recreational Ocean Salmon Season to Open South of Horse Mountain on April 2

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California’s recreational salmon season will open in ocean waters on Saturday, April 2, 2016, from Horse Mountain (40° 05’ 00” N. latitude) south to the U.S./Mexico border, according to a March 21 news release from the California Department of Fish … Continued

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