Fishing Reports

By Wes Ward It is no secret that Cal Kellogg knows how to catch trout ...
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Chasing a Limit Of Rainbows…

By Arlando Abella Recently my buddy Jarred Mcachrean and I decided to go looking for ...

Plugging For Spring Stripers!

By Cal Kellogg It wasn’t long after I moved to Auburn, California back in 1995 ...

Sugar Pine Reservoir: A Top Sierra Destination For Kayakers!

By Mike McNeilly I don’t get out after stripers the way I used to. Logistically, ...

The Spring of Big Stripers

by Jack Naves I often find myself driving through Downtown Sacramento on Interstate 5. I ...

Shad Pandemonium in Downtown Sacramento

By Jason Thatcher The first few months of 2019 have been wet ones. Reservoirs are ...

The Low Down On High Water Nymphing!

By Paul J. Kneeland The spring Shasta Lake Trout & Salmon Derby presented by Kokanee ...

The Spring Shasta Lake Trout Derby – Tough Fishing for Most

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How To Articles

By Cal Kellogg It’s that time again. The saltwater fishing season is underway, halibut and ...
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Get Your Troll On For Ocean Kings

By Cal Kellogg I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. When trolling for ...

Spoons For The Fast Trolling Fraternity

By Cal Kellogg Years ago, when I was youngster stream fishing for trout was a ...

Stream Trout Season Kicks Off At The End Of April, Are You Ready?

By Cal Kellogg When you travel up to Alaska, the salmon capital of the United ...

Getting Started With Kokanee

By Cal Kellogg I enjoy trolling for trout from my Hobie Pro Angler 14, but ...

Tube Jigs For Trout…

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Spotlight on Conservation

On May 29, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) sent a letter to the California Department of Water Resources inquiring into the stranding and deaths of thousands of spring run Chinook salmon on the Feather River in April, as reported by guides and fishermen out on the river. The stranding began three days after the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) released 333,442, spring-run Chinooks from the Feather River Fish Hatchery at Gridley and another 332,692 at Boyd’s Pump, a total of 666,134 salmon, according to James Stone, fishing guide and president of the Nor-Cal Guides and Sportsmen’s Association ...
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California Attorney General Xavier Becerra and a coalition of fishing and environmental groups have each filed a lawsuit to block the Westlands Water District, the largest agricultural water district in the U.S., from taking what they described as “unlawful” action to assist in the planning and construction of a project to raise the height of Shasta Dam. “The project poses significant adverse effects on the free-flowing condition of the McCloud River and on its wild trout fishery, both of which have special statutory protections under the California Wild and Scenic Rivers Act,” according to a statement from Becerra’s Office. “The ...
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The Newsom administration on May 2 shelved the plan to build twin Delta Tunnels — and announced it will start a renewed environmental review for a single Delta Tunnel. As the Delta smelt moves closer and closer to extinction in the wild, the Department of Water Resources (DWR) reported that it is “taking formal steps” to withdraw proposed permits for the WaterFix project and begin a renewed environmental review and planning process for “a smaller, single tunnel project that will protect a critical source of water supplies for California.” Thus, this announcement marks the end of the twin tunnels project ...
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The California Fish and Game Commission voted to approve salmon seasons and bag and possession limits on the Central Valley and Klamath/Trinity river systems at its teleconference meeting meeting in Sacramento this morning, On the American, Feather and Sacramento rivers in the Sacramento River Basin, the Commission unanimously approved a two bag, four possession limit, according to Harry Morse of the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW). Last year, due to lower salmon returns, anglers in the Sacramento River Basin were only allowed one bag limit with two fish in possession. the salmon season in these rivers begins on July ...
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