Fishing Reports

Striper fishing on the San Joaquin River in the Delta has been superb this year, ...
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Battling Stripers on the San Joaquin River with Delta Fishing Experts

By Cal Kellogg June is a premier month for trout fishing in the Golden State, ...

Top Trout Spots to Visit THIS June!

Of all the places I get invited to fish, one of my personal favorite fisheries ...

Farallon Island Rockcod & Lingcod Inaugural Trip Aboard the Pacific Dream

The NorCal Trout Anglers Challenge Tour returned to Collins Lake on April 13 – and ...

Ryan Thomchik Wins NTAC Event with 8.07 Rainbow at Collins Lake

By Cal Kellogg Picture the scene, your deer hair mouse lands delicately along the edge ...

Fur And Feathers: Your Guide To Fly Rodding For Bass

By Mark Fong For many years, I have heard about the fishing exploits of Jeff ...

Spring Striper Blitz With Captain Jeff!

By Cal Kellogg The morning had been slow and frustrating. I’d trolled a pair of ...

Almanor Trout Hunt Ends With Epic Battle!

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How To Articles

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

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

Joining A Bass Club…

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Spotlight on Conservation

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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On May 7, the California Department of Water Resources (DWR) formally rescinded the Bond Resolutions authorizing issuance of almost $9 billion of bonds to pay for the start of construction of the controversial Delta Twin Tunnels, formally called the California WaterFix. Tunnel opponents said DWR’s funding for any new one-tunnel proposal must “start from scratch.” Attorneys representing conservation, agriculture, and fishing groups praised DWR’s resolution. ”There is great news now reflecting a complete restart of Department of Water Resources (DWR) planning for Delta water export issues including conveyance,” said Bob Wright, Senior Counsel of Friends of the River. “On May 7, 2019, DWR ...
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Rohnert Park, Ca. – As salmon fishing raged in Monterey Bay and off the San Mateo County Coast, the Pacific Fishery Management Council adopted ocean salmon season recommendations that provide recreational and commercial opportunities for most of the Pacific coast, and achieve conservation goals for the numerous individual salmon stocks on the West Coast. Season recommendations will be forwarded to the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) for approval. “Although some salmon stocks are returning in stronger numbers than last year, balancing fishing opportunities with conservation is always a challenge for the Council, its advisors, fishery stakeholders, and the public,” said ...
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The U.S. Senate on April 11 voted 56-41 to confirm the President’s nominee David Bernhardt, former oil and gas corporation and Westlands Water District lobbyist David Bernhardt, to be the Secretary of the Interior. Senators Joe Manchin (W.Va.), Martin Heinrich (N.M.) and Kyrsten Sinema (Ariz.), as well as Sen. Angus King (I-Maine), joined Senate Republicans in voting for Bernhardt’s confirmation. Representatives of conservation, fishing and environmental justice organizations blasted the vote, with one group calling Bernhardt the administrations “most conflict-ridden cabinet nominee.” ”After all of the clear documentation about his conflicts of interest and his apparent corruption, it’s really disappointing ...
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