Record Numbers of Salmon Return to Mokelumne River Fish Hatchery

The Mokelumne River Hatchery in Clements is hosting the return of big numbers of fall-run Chinook salmon from the ocean ...
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Amador In Winter: A Great Place For Trout Junkies

By Cal Kellogg Later the fog would burn off, but just after dawn when I arrived a heavy overcast hung ...
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Wide Open West Delta Striper & Sturgeon Action

By Jack NavesI looked up to check my striper rod, but it stood frozen against the clear blue sky. I ...
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Fish Sniffer Subscriber Caught and Released Potential State Record Steelhead

Any time you fish on the North Coast’s legendary Smith River, you have a chance of catching a new state ...
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Fantastic Fall Fishing & Prayers for Paradise

It feels kind of ridiculous, or at least out of place, to be writing about fishing when our hearts, minds ...
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Fall Offers Solitude for Trout, Bass & Crappie Anglers at Rollins Lake

Situated amidst a conifer forest on the Bear River in Nevada County near Colfax, Rollins Reservoir is like two different ...
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2018 Shasta Fall Trout Derby – Beautiful Weather and Tough Fishing!

By Paul J. Kneeland The 19th Annual Shasta Lake Fall Trout derby took place on the weekend of October 20 ...
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Kayaking For Almanor’s Trophy Trout!

By Cal Kellogg Lake Almanor is at once inspiring and frustrating. To be sure, the trout that dreams are made ...
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Collins Lake Anglers Nail Big, Bold Trout at NTAC Tournament of Champions

Participants in the NorCal Trout Anglers Challenge Tournament of Champions at Collins Lake, sponsored by the Fish Sniffer magazine and ...
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Limits of Salmon in the City Limits

By Dan Bacher In spite of the forecast of modest numbers of salmon on the ocean this season by the ...
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Opening Days at Pyramid!

By Paul J. Kneeland The October opening of trout season at Pyramid Lake is a date my friends and I ...
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Shadow Cliffs Reservoir Offers Trout, Catfish and Bass

Shadow Cliffs Regional Recreation Area, a regional park on on Stanley Blvd on the border of Pleasanton and Livermore that ...
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Big Run on the Klamath

By Mike McNeilly “You should have been here yesterday.” Every fisherman has heard that tired out old trope. Every once ...
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Salmon Fishing Shifts into High Gear on Sacramento from the Delta to the Capitol

By Dan Bacher Anglers are seeing greatly improved fishing in the stretch of the Sacramento River from Pittsburg to the ...
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Farallon Rockfish, Lingcod Go On Big Bite

by Mark Fong For many years I spent the entirety of my time on the water chasing after little green ...
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Almanor Adventure Produces Browns & Rainbows!

By Cal Kellogg My wife Gena loves to fish. With me fishing from a kayak she missed out on a ...
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12 Year Old Catches Giant Sturgeon!

By Cartmen Saxe Cartmen Saxe of Guerneville, California caught a sturgeon estimated to be 10 feet long and approximately 500 ...
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Late Season Kokanee Tactics

by Jack Naves For some folks, late summer and autumn kokanee fishing can be intimidating. The fish go deep and ...
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The Legendary Hobie Outback Gets Even Better In 2019!

With the first major redesign of the best-selling Mirage Outback in over a decade, Hobie has single-handedly advanced the sport ...
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Del Valle Offers Most Diverse Fishery of Bay Area Lakes

Lake Del Valle, a scenic reservoir located 10 miles south of Livermore off Interstate 580 at the edge of the ...
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