Surf Anglers Catch Biggest Barred Perch & Biggest ‘Exotic’ Fish In Sand Crab Classic History

Three hundred people from throughout the Monterey Bay area and beyond participated in the 13th Annual Sand Crab Classic Surf Perch Derby, a benefit for the Monterey Bay Salmon and Trout Project, on Saturday, March 11. The derby featured both … Continued

Early Spring Delta Report

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San Joaquin River Inundated With Striped And Largemouth Bass Upon Spring’s Arrival   (Stockton) The anticipated break out for the largemouth and striped bass bite in the San Joaquin-Delta is happening, and quality limits of largemouth bass along with a … Continued

San Jose Angler Lands Potential World Record 11 lb. 4 oz. Spotted Bass At Bullards Bar

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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 … Continued

Showdown at Delta Stewardship Council over Jerry Brown’s Delta Tunnels Thursday

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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 … Continued

Action Alert: Defend the Delta from Jerry Brown’s Tunnels @DSC

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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 … Continued

Federal Scientists Find Delta Tunnels Plan Will Devastate Salmon

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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 … Continued

Pacific Fishery Management Council Chooses Options For 2017 Salmon Season

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Vancouver, Washington – The Pacific Fishery Management Council today adopted three public review alternatives for the 2017 salmon seasons off the West Coast of the United States. The Council will select a final alternative at their next meeting in Sacramento, … Continued

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