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  1. Sacramento Area Salmon: Are You Trolling Fast Enough?
  2. Mother Lode Roundup
  3. Low Water Doesn’t Stop Wide Open Bass Bite
  4. Sturgeon Bite Comes To Life
  5. Fish For Trout, Salmon And Bass In Solitude
  6. First Fall Trout Plant Goes Into Lake
  7. Hyacinth Invasion Challenges Boaters, Bank Anglers
  8. A Three-For-One Special Of Largemouth, Smallmouth & Spotted Bass
  9. Nimbus Fish Hatchery Ladder Opened Nov. 2
  10. Go To Tactics And Rigs For Fall Trout
  11. The Wind Is Your Friend!
  12. Delta Stripers: The Basics Of Fall Bait Fishing
  13. Clear Water Conditions Challenge Salmon Enthusiasts
  14. East Bay Lakes Roundup
  15. Bass Fishing Moves Into Fall Pattern
  16. Kings Surge Into Nimbus Fish Hatchery
  17. Water Hyacinth Forces Striper Anglers To Launch Further West
  18. Targeting Lower Feather Salmon With MSJ Guide Service
  19. Macks Grab Baits And Lures
  20. Mother Lode Roundup
  21. Rockfish And Bonito Fill The Bill For Local Anglers
  22. Salmon And Steelhead Cooperate With Late Fall Anglers
  23. Rocks Holding Bass At Bullards
  24. Cool Water, Snow And Big Trout…
  25. Bottomfish Provide Thrills As Anglers Dream Of Crab
  26. Lingcod Bite Rages Outside Gate While Halibut Hit In Central Bay
  27. Sacramento River Salmon Still Biting
  28. Finally A Knot Article!
  29. Sturgeon Show Early, Salmon Hit Plugs
  30. Big Post Spawn Macks Move Shallow
  31. Bait Fishermen Find Striper Success In Cold Water
  32. The Late Fall Chinooks Of The Capital City
  33. Lake Chabot Offers Big Bass And Trout In East Bay Foothills
  34. Bass Action Tapers Off With Cold Snap
  35. Trout Fishing Explodes!
  36. East Bay Lakes Roundup
  37. Limits Of Lingcod And Rockfish Hit The Decks!
  38. Trout Bite Rolls Forward
  39. Feather River Hatchery Completes Spawning Salmon
  40. Rockfish And Lings Provide Thrills, As Belated Crab Opener Inches Near
  41. Stripers And Sturgeon Plentiful!
  42. Grubbing For Trout
  43. Sturgeon Provide Best Holiday Season Sport
  44. Capture Of 11.4 Lb. Spotted Bass Highlights Bullards Bar Record Fish Possibilities
  45. Rockfish And Lings Bite As Crabs Remain Off Limits
  46. Wild Rainbows Take Center Stage In Wake Of Salmon Season
  47. Sturgeon And Stripers Grab Baits
  48. Bass Are Small, Numerous And Feisty
  49. Mother Lode Roundup
  50. East Bay Lakes Roundup
  51. Two 30 Lb. Limits In A Row!
  52. Trout Begin To Stir
  53. Steady Cutthroat Fishing Available During Holiday Season
  54. Diamondback Attack: Tips For Tagging Sturgeon Now!
  55. Knowledge, Preparation And A Little Luck Help Produce A Fish Of A Lifetime!
  56. Englebright Reservoir Pen Project Boosts Trout Fishery
  57. Finesse Trolling For Cold Water Trout
  58. An Introduction To Fishing The California Aqueduct
  59. California Aqueduct Report
  60. Reservoir Begins To Fill, Boat Ramp Opens
  61. Nimbus Hatchery Steelhead Numbers Rebound From Last Year
  62. Rod, Reel & Line For Trout Trolling
  63. Scattered Brown Trout Highlight Recent Fishing
  64. Big Largemouths Hit Umbrella Rigs
  65. Progressive San Francisco Boat Show January 15 – 18: Because Life Is Better On A Boat
  66. Fish Sniffer To Host Dunnigan Pheasant And Chukar Shoot Jan. 9
  67. Gov. Brown’s Ties To Oil And Gas Industry Spotlight Regulatory Capture In CA
  68. 2015 Saltwater Season Ends Quietly
  69. East Bay Lakes Roundup
  70. Governor Brown’s budget DOES include $3.6 million for Delta Tunnels
  71. Groups file formal protests with State Water Board over tunnels permits
  72. CA regulators want to conduct regional reviews of MPAs only once a decade
  73. NorCal Trout Angler’s Challenge Opens at San Pablo On Feb. 6
  74. American River Steelhead Opener Better Than Last Year
  75. Trout Eat Minnows, But Keep That Under Your Hat!
  76. Drop Shot For Winter Bass
  77. East Bay Lakes Roundup
  78. For Free Fishing Rods, Line, Hats And More Drop By The Fish Sniffer Booth!
  79. Three groups ‘vehemently oppose” agribusiness-backed San Luis Drainage Resolution Act
  80. Delta advocates blast Governor Brown for pushing tunnels in State of the State
  81. Flashback Friday: Fundamental problems with MLPA Initiative still haven’t been resolv
  82. Looking For A Trophy Bass? Give These Baits A Try!
  83. The Big Sur Coast: A Magical Spot For Rockfish and Lingcod
  84. Cabo Luxury Yacht Cruises & Sport Fishing Reports
  85. California’s Biggest Environmental Disaster? Delta Smelt and other fish species plumm
  86. Sponsors Flood In For 2016 NorCal Trout Anglers Challenge Tour
  87. San Pablo Reservoir To Host 2016 NorCal Trout Anglers Challenge Tour Kickoff February
  88. Bank Fishing at San Pablo Reservoir
  89. Porter Ranch gas leak is one in series of CA disasters
  90. Assemblymember Eggman introduces bill to force vote on Delta Tunnels
  91. Erin Brockavich will appear with Delta advocates at tonight’s Stockton City Townhall
  92. Erin Brockovich will appear with Delta advocates at tonight’s Stockton City Townhall
  93. Salmon Catcher Lodge Part 2: Monster Lingcod And Rockfish!
  94. Folsom Lake Continues to Rise
  95. Tips To Make Your Winter Outings More Successful
  96. Norm Finally Gets His ‘Sturgeon Wish’ – A Gigantic Bass
  97. San Joaquin River Receiving A Much-Needed Flush
  98. Governor Jerry Brown Receives Cold, Dead Fish Award Four Years In A Row
  99. Is There A California Trout Shortage? The CDFW Comes Clean!
  100. Young Andrew Beard Tops San Pablo NTAC Event With 4.72 Lb. Rainbow
  101. Rancho Seco To Host NorCal Trout Anglers Challenge Event On February 20!
  102. Get Big And Ugly For High Water Steelhead
  103. East Bay Lakes Roundup
  104. Largemouth Action Heats Up
  105. Finding Clear Water Key To San Joaquin Success
  106. Offshore Fracking Moratorium Off California Spurred By Lawsuits
  107. CDFW to Host Public Meeting on Ocean Salmon Fisheries
  108. Support the Winnemum Wintu Tribe’s McCloud River Restoration Plan!
  109. Tell Santa Clara Valley Water District No Tunnels!
  110. Rancho Seco NTAC Event Yields Feisty Trout And Surprise Crappie
  111. When Disaster Strikes
  112. All About Sturgeon Bites…
  113. On The Hunt For Suisun Bay Sturgeon
  114. Delta near disappointment slough
  115. East Bay Lakes Roundup
  116. Spring Trout Plants Begin!
  117. Sturgeon Gobble Eel
  118. Crab Season Opens Below Pt. Reyes!
  119. Mother Lode Roundup
  120. Low Ocean Salmon Abundance Points To Restricted 2016 Season
  121. Larger Bass Go On The Bite
  122. Sturgeon Bite As Spring Striper Run Kicks In
  123. Sacramento and Klamath River salmon ocean abundance estimates are down in 2016
  124. Delta Tunnels Opponents Say ‘Fix LA & Santa Clara Valley First
  125. Karuk Tribe, Conservationists File Suit to Protect Klamath Wild Salmon, Rural Communi
  126. Lake Berryessa report
  127. Bureau to increase American River flows to 15,000 cfs
  128. Metropolitan Water District Authorizes Purchase of Four Delta Islands
  129. Delta smelt population plunges to new record low
  130. Spring Trout Bait Round-Up!
  131. Low Ocean Salmon Abundance Points to Season Restrictions
  132. Russian River Steelhead Run Rebounds This Year *
  133. Event Alert: Stop the Tunnels, this Wednesday!
  134. Incredible Wild Rainbow Fishing On The Upper Reaches Of The Lower Sacramento
  135. Karuk Tribe, Conservationists Add Klamath National Forest to Westside Lawsuit
  136. Rainbow Trout And Bass Abound
  137. Macks And Trout Grab Minnows And Lures
  138. Crappie And Bass Fishing Erupts
  139. San Joaquin River Largemouths Offer Solid Action
  140. Mother Lode Roundup
  141. East Bay Lakes Roundup
  142. Luck? Who needs luck...
  143. Is Brown Administration Official Admitting Delta Tunnels Plan Is Collapsing?
  144. State Water Contractor Files Motion Attacking Water Board Officers In Delta Tunnels P
  145. Scientists Urge Feds to Continue Fracking Moratorium off CA Coast
  146. Fishery Council Adopts Ocean Salmon Options for 2016 Season
  147. Rigged PPIC Poll Claims Californians Support Delta Tunnels
  148. Rigged PPIC Poll Claims Californians Support Delta Tunnels
  149. Splash up Some Stripers
  150. Snaps, Swivels And Twisted Line
  151. *Deadliest Catch? Well Almost…
  152. Recreational Ocean Salmon Season to Open South of Horse Mountain on April 2
  153. Groups Ask Water Board to Dismiss Delta Tunnels Petition
  154. Compete For Trophy Trout At Rancho Seco Lake
  155. Anglers Weigh In Big Numbers Of Hefty Rainbows At Lake Amador NTAC Event
  156. A Chaotic Mess: State Water Board Suspends Upcoming Delta Tunnels Deadlines
  157. Major Announcement on Klamath Dam Removal Set For Wednesday
  158. Delta Group Warns Ratepayers to ‘Watch Your Wallets’
  159. Commission To Vote On Postponing Scientific Assessments Of Marine Reserves
  160. Broad Coalition Urges State, Feds to Update Bay-Delta Water Quality Plan
  161. Lake Amador Plans To Begin Raising Trout Again
  162. Anglers Battle Stripers In Lower River
  163. Allen Vue Captures SMUD Trout Derby With 6.56 Lb. Rainbow
  164. Parties Reconvene To Discuss Klamath Dam Removal Agreement
  165. Feds to Probe Delta Tunnel Misuse of Grant Funds
  166. East Bay Lakes Roundup
  167. Water Board Schedules Closed Delta Tunnels Meetings
  168. California Fish and Game Commission Breaks Promise to Anglers
  169. Mother Lode Roundup
  170. Largemouth And Striped Bass Action On The Rise
  171. The Spring Pre-Spawn Bite Is On
  172. It’s Time To Go Trout Fishing
  173. Shad Run Begins Early, Stripers Sizzle
  174. Big Trout Reward Sac River Anglers
  175. Smaller Chinooks Show In Abundance
  176. Rollins Lake Receives First Spring Plant Of Rainbows
  177. Shasta Less Than 20 Feet From Maximum Pool
  178. *Spinnerbaits Are Prime Lures For Spring Bass
  179. Advanced Level Trolling Tips For Trout And Landlocked Salmon
  180. Collins Lake Family Trout Derby
  181. Spring Striper Fishing Is Great In Rio Vista Region
  182. Lingcod Are On The Chomp Off Big Sur
  183. Striper Fishing Hits Spring Stride On Sacramento River
  184. Huge Crowd Of 300 Anglers Descends On Collins Lake for Norcal Trout Anglers Challenge
  185. Rockfish Season Opens As Crabbing Winds Down
  186. Water rates will increase to pay for Delta Tunnels
  187. Anglers Hammer Striped Bass
  188. Feather River Striped Bass Action Sizzles
  189. Mother Lode Roundup
  190. Feds, State And Tribes Sign Klamath Dam Removal Agreement
  191. Spotted Bass and Kings Rule at Oroville Lake
  192. Trout and Big Catfish Dominate April Catches at Collins
  193. Largemouth Bite Still Hot – Striped Bass Starting To Slow Down
  194. Monster Delta Striper on Topwater
  195. Look To Gamakatsu For Top Quality Hooks
  196. Ocean and Inland Water Salmon Season Regulations for 2016
  197. On April 30 The NorCal Trout Angler’s Challenge Tournament Tour At Lake Camanche
  198. Taxpayers Are Paying Lion’s Share for Brown’s Delta Tunnels
  199. Jim Cross Tops NTAC Event AT Camanche With 6.58 lb. Rainbow
  200. Hooking Delta Stripers In High River Flows
  201. Foothills Bassin’ At Collins Lake
  202. Gearing Up For The Sierra Stream Trout Opener!
  203. Gusty Winds Don’t Slow Down Largemouth And Striper Bites
  204. Mother Lode Roundup
  205. Two Fish & Game Commissioners, Executive Director Appointed
  206. 5th Annual Northern California Solar Regatta May 13 & 14
  207. East Bay Lakes Roundup
  208. La Paz Mexico Ultimate Adventure
  209. Garamendi and Feinstein Drought Bills Will Sacrifice Bay-Delta Fisheries
  210. Stripers, Trout, Rattlesnakes And A Helicopter Rescue!
  211. The Spring Shasta Trout Derby
  212. Big Trees Region Offers Big Trout Opportunities
  213. Hoopa Valley Tribe Slams San Luis Settlement Agreement
  214. Action Alert: Tell CA Senators to Do the Right Thing for the Delta
  215. 2016 Ultimate Frog Challenge
  216. Pipeline Company Indicted on 46 Criminal Charges in Refugio Oil Spill
  217. Take Action: Senator Feinstein’s Drought Legislation Threatens Delta Fisheries!
  218. Bill requiring vote on Delta Tunnels stalls in committee
  219. Rainbows, Browns & Bonus Cutthroats Hit At Jackson Meadows
  220. Shad At ‘The Minnow Hole’
  221. “Hooked on Fishing” children’s event in Chico draws over 1,800 kids
  222. Salmon, Halibut And A Side Order Of Stripers!
  223. Any recent Berryessa reports?
  224. Conservation groups ask for more time to file objections to Delta Tunnels plan by Dan
  225. Lafayette Reservoir 6/10-12
  226. Latest survey reveals Delta Smelt is nearly extinct
  227. Greenwashing Extinction: The Links between Delta Tunnels Plan and MLPA Initiative
  228. Lower Bear River Reservoir Hosts Scrappy Rainbows, Trophy Mackinaws*
  229. 32 Lb. Halibut Tops The Bay Catches
  230. Shad, Scenery And Double Pneumonia
  231. A Sure Fire Solution For Lingcod
  232. Couple’s Challenge 2016: Ladies Rally To Comeback Victory!
  233. Delta Group Challenges Brown Administration Case For Twin Tunnels
  234. Black Bass Are On Post-Spawn Bite
  235. Bass Fishing Holds Steady
  236. June Kicks Off With Double Digit Macks And Browns
  237. Wild Rainbows Offer Top Sport Until July 16 Salmon Opener
  238. Miller Park Produces 27 Inch Shad!
  239. Mother Lode Roundup
  240. Sacramento Judge Tosses Out Delta Plan
  241. Karuk Tribe will challenge Klamath River flow plan
  242. Groups Expose The Big Lie: “There’s No Plan B to Delta Tunnels”
  243. Triumph And Frustration In Pursuit Of French Meadows Trout
  244. Ventura Oil Spill Highlights Regulatory Capture
  245. Boat Camping at Hell Hole Reservoir
  246. Restore the Delta Rebuts Fast (and Loose) “Facts” of Delta Tunnels Backers
  247. Another Water Agency Taxes Property Owners for Delta Tunnels
  248. Stampede Kokanee Fishing With Captain James Netzel
  249. Poulsen Cascade: Top Notch Gear For Trout And Salmon!
  250. Big Kings And Rainbows Top Don Pedro Angling Fare