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    Re: Poacher Busted at Antelope Lake

    Kind of like a lock on the door. If they really want in, they'll find a way, but most of us lock it anyway. Fish & Wildlife only has so many tools at their disposal, and it does deter those folks,...
  2. Thread: Tomales Bay

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    Re: Tomales Bay

    Hard to say that shallow. There’s a pretty narrow footprint in a depth finder that shallow, so my first guess would be it’s just transducer clutter. But assuming that’s not the case it could be bat...
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    Re: Camanche 12-10 Limit

    Nice trip and report. Glad to see folks use different gear and be successful. Old standbys work as well now as they ever have.

    I've used both the in-line planer boards, and the separate mast and...
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    Re: Chain Island 12/8/2019

    Nice picture. You had a successful day, even if it wasn't filled with huge fish.

    We must have driven past you on Sunday, heading downriver sturgeon fishing. Did you see any sturgeon rolling in...
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    Pittsburg Sunday 12-8

    Made a trip with a couple buddies on Sunday. Launched at Sherman and ran down river looking for fish.

    Stopped about Pittsburg on some promising marks. Got that fishy feeling pretty quick as...
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    Re: Folsom 11/23

    Kokanee don't live well, if at all, in lakes with Pond Smelt. The comment blamed Fish and Game for putting pond smelt in Folsom, but failed to mention the decision was 40+ years old, or that Kings,...
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    Re: Folsom 11/23

    "DFW has no program for Folsom, being only a few miles from Nimbus hatchery you'd think that Folsom could be a depository for all the left over/spoiledge from the hatchery......"

    "Fish and...
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    Re: Sherman Island

    Happens from time to time. They seem to stick in the fins. I think they get caught in the line and they get hooked as it pulls across similar to lining salmon. Certainly nothing intentional but an...
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    Re: Pyramid 12-5-19

    I’ll take that slow day of fishing anytime. Nice job.

    Impellers are a ware item like brake pads and clutches. Good job replacing it before it caused any damage. Not sure why that one failed so...
  10. Thread: Uvr?!!

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    Re: Uvr?!!

    Pretty close to a perfect day. Way to go with getting mother-in-law brownie points, and getting the little one involved too.

    Congrats on the nice fish and time with the family. I'm jealous.
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    Re: Folsom 11/23

    I frequently get the impression the only thing some folks like better than catching fish, is griping about not catching fish. He ain't happy unless he ain't happy syndrome.....
  12. Thread: Uvr?!!

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    Re: Uvr?!!

    I haven’t been up in a couple of months, but Smud is very good about keeping it plowed. I would expect to use the lower ramp this time of year. I prefer it, as the upper has a cross slope to it.
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    Re: any steelhead yet???

    I'm by no means an expert, just what I've read over the years and experienced. There are so many variations on runs and timing, it can make one's head spin. Historically, the Sac had some salmon in...
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    Re: any steelhead yet???

    There is a reason for the American River fish being a later run than the Feather and Sac. When the dams went in, the American river steelhead fishery went to nearly zero. They used Eel River...
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    Re: Sturgeon Rods recommendation

    Can’t argue with the recommendations provided, but you should know one of those outfits runs about $300 more than the other. They’ll both work, as would yours, just a matter how much you have to...
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    Re: Caples , Siver, and Red Lake

    Thanks for the update.

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.
  17. Re: How does west coast shad run compare to the east coast?

    I believe the shad in Millerton and San Luis he is referring to are landlocked above the dam. Never fished them in those lakes, but have read a bit about it.

    The fish in the river systems (Sac,...
  18. Re: Delta Wood Bombers Sinister 6 Instagram Promo Video

    Very true. It's a reminder of how good we have things. No way to compete with someone making $100/month in another part of the world. I'm grateful for it, and am glad folks are able to enjoy...
  19. Re: Tomales bay help in finding crabbing snare

    Lawson's Landing has them too if you didn't already find some, and are still over there.

    If you're back, how'd it go?
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    Re: Closing the East Carson 11/15/19

    Yes, east of Marysville. Check it out on google maps. Just checked the regs and fishing is closed from the Hwy 20 bridge upstream to the Englebright Dam. Open year round with artificial / barbless...
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    Re: Closing the East Carson 11/15/19

    Lots of places to access the American. I'd probably go into Fisherman's Warehouse to get a specific recommendation.

    The Yuba has access from Highway 20 which crosses it. Lots of water downstream...
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    Re: Closing the East Carson 11/15/19

    Never know what the weather will ultimately be, but Hwy 88 is nothing to mess with in the snow. They plow it, but not as quick as they do 80 and 50. It’s also prone to big dumps.

    I would think...
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    Re: Trolling the Sac River for Stripers

    I think you’ve got the same idea I do. You’re right to point out it being tough to troll close to the bottom in deeper areas. You’re not going to catch many fish trolling 10-12’ deep in 30’ of...
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    Re: Fly of choice for halibut?

    Clouser minnow pattern in white with some chartreuse is the Anchovy imitation equivalent of white pickups at the sportsman show. They're everywhere, and work well.
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    Re: Trolling the Sac River for Stripers

    Growing up, trolling Rebels and Bombers for stripers in the Colusa area was standard practice in the spring. Same techniques surely work in between. There are fewer stripers in the river this time...
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