Gusty Winds Don’t Slow Down Largemouth And Striper Bites

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    (Stockton) The wind blew with a vengeance during the final weeks of April, but there have been brief windows with minimal wind in order to find quality striped and largemouth bass in the San Joaquin River.  The majority … Continued

Gearing Up For The Sierra Stream Trout Opener!

I started chasing stream trout in the ‘70’s. Back then the April Sierra stream trout opener was a big deal. In those days it was common to see displays of things like salmon eggs and green canvas creels at mainstream … Continued

Jim Cross Tops NTAC Event AT Camanche With 6.58 lb. Rainbow

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Shore anglers and boaters braved sunny but windy conditions during the NorCal Trout Angler’s Challenge event at Lake Camanche on Saturday, April 22 to hook some huge rainbow trout. Camanche, the popular East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD) reservoir located … Continued

Taxpayers Are Paying Lion’s Share for Brown’s Delta Tunnels

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How would you like to pay for a massive government public works project that will drive Sacramento River Chinook salmon, Central Valley steelhead, Delta smelt and other fish species to extinction but won’t create one single drop of new water? In … Continued

Ocean and Inland Water Salmon Season Regulations Adopted

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  The California Fish and Game Commission adopted recreational ocean and inland salmon season regulations as presented by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) on April 18, according to a CDFW news release issued on April 26. The adoption … Continued