California State Senate Unanimously Passes Fishing License Reform Bill!

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Last night, the California State Senate unanimously passed Senate Bill 187, authored by Senator Tom Berryhill, state legislation that will transition California’s calendar-based fishing license to one that is valid a full 12-months from the date of purchase. This is great … 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

High Flows Draw Some Steelhead Into American River

In the biggest release of water since 2006, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation on December 16 increased releases to the American River below Nimbus Dam from 15,000 cubic feet per second to 35,000 cfs. It was awesome to see these massive … Continued

Reclamation will increase American River releases to 35,000 cfs

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As a big Pacific storm was slated to drench northern California, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation announced today it will increase water releases to the American River below Nimbus Dam on Dec. 15 at 9 a.m. from 15,000 cubic feet … Continued

Mother Lode Roundup

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Amador (Ione) The trout plants are over at Lake Amador until the water temperature cools down in October, but the lake management did plant 500 pounds of catfish, ranging from 2 to 5 pounds each, on Tuesday, June 7. “Anglers … Continued

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