Fishing Reports

by Jack Naves Adam hurled a cast towards the middle of the clear still waters ...
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Fishing in the City with Kids

By Mike McNeilly There are a lot of qualities that make a gamefish a great ...

The Hardest Fighting Freshwater Fish

The Ubiquitous Egg Imitation: Fly Fishing Doesn't Necessarily Require A Traditional Fly!
By Jason Thatcher, River Pursuit Guide Service Trout and steelhead love eggs. This is not ...

The Ubiquitous Egg Imitation: Fly Fishing Doesn’t Necessarily Require A Traditional Fly!

By Cal Kellogg The center of the pool was chaotic with confused current, whitewater and ...

The Middle American: Norcal’s Most Overlooked Trout Fishery!

By Paul J. Kneeland Lake Camanche is a beautiful foothill reservoir located east of Lodi ...

Early Spring Overnight Adventure To Lake Camanche!

Larry Valderrama of Stockton won first place in the adult division of NorCal Trout Anglers ...

Stockton Angler Wins Amador NTAC Event with 7.79 Lb. Trout

By Cal Kellogg When I get finished writing this article I’m heading into the garage ...

Folsom Trout & King Fishing Underway

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How To Articles

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

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

Tube Jigs For Trout…

By Stacy Barawed I still remember the first time I’d heard about the Folsom Bass ...

Joining A Bass Club…

I’ve caught a lot of sturgeon. Not as many as real pros like Jay Lopes, ...

So, You Want To Catch A Sturgeon?

By Mark Fong Wintertime bass fishing can be a formidable endeavor for many reasons. Unstable ...

Jerking Winter Bass With The Ima Flit

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Spotlight on Conservation

CHICO, California -- On Saturday, April 13, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service released a total of 360,000 juvenile fall Chinook salmon on the Sacramento River in an three-year study aimed at increasing their survival on their long journey to the ocean. The service released 180,000 marked juvenile salmon into the Sacramento River at Scotty's Landing near Chico, 75 miles downstream of where they were born, in the pilot project focusing on increasing the contribution of the Coleman National Fish Hatchery to California’s salmon fishery. Agency staff released the second group of 180,000 upstream at the hatchery to compare their survival to the fish moved downstream. Current practice for the hatchery is ...
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A coalition of 27 organizations, including Indian Tribes, fishing groups and environmental organizations, sent a letter to Jim Watson of the Sites Project Authority on March 17 indicating their concerns about the detrimental impacts that water diversions from the controversial Sites Reservoir Project pose to salmon and water quality. The project is backed by Rep. John Garamendi, D-Walnut Creek, who introduced the Sites Reservoir Project Act (H.R.1435) to provide federal support for the construction of Sites Reservoir and related water infrastructure in Colusa and Glenn Counties. Congressman Doug LaMalfa (R-CA) is the bill’s original cosponsor. “Construction of Sites Reservoir would ...
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Photo: AquaBounty's salmon (background) has been genetically modified to grow bigger and faster than a conventional Atlantic salmon of the same age (foreground.) Photo courtesy of AquaBounty Technologies, Inc. The federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on March 8 announced that it will lift the import ban on eggs of AquaBounty's genetically modified salmon product, drawing praise from the company and strong criticism from fishing organizations. “Today, we are taking another important step by deactivating a 2016 import alert that prevented GE salmon from entering the U.S.” claimed FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, M.D. “The FDA’s approval of the application related to AquAdvantage Salmon ...
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Sacramento - Conservation, fishing and tribal groups sent a letter to Senator Dianne Feinstein today seeking an investigation and public disclosure of acting interior secretary David Bernhardt’s role in granting the powerful Westlands Water District a permanent water supply contract. The groups also demand taxpayers be repaid for Westlands’ Delta Tunnels’ bills before his confirmation hearing. "A brutal confirmation hearing is expected on March 28th as the Senate as President Trump has nominated Bernhardt to permanently lead the Department of the Interior. Bernhardt has served as deputy secretary since early in the Trump administration, and became acting secretary after Ryan ...
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