Jerry Brown Claims Delta Tunnels ‘Will Be Built’ In Exit Interview, Newsom Sworn In

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    At  an event at the Sacramento Press Club that I attended on December 18 entitled, “Jerry Brown, the Exit Interview,” Brown reflected on his five decades in public office, the state of political discourse in the country and … Continued

Jerking Winter Bass With The Ima Flit

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By Mark Fong Wintertime bass fishing can be a formidable endeavor for many reasons. Unstable weather, cold water, and low activity levels present a myriad of challenges for even the most ardent anglers. Lots of anglers believe that the only … Continued

For the first time ever, zero Delta smelt found in CDFW Fall Midwater Trawl

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The Delta smelt (Hypomesus transpacificus), a 2 to 3 inch native fish listed under both federal and state Endangered Species Acts, is found only in the Delta estuary. It is regarded as an indicator species, a fish that demonstrates the health of … Continued

State Water Board Approves Increased Flows for Lower San Joaquin River

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Save California’s Salmon staff – Mahlija Florendo, Regina Chichizola and Morning Star Gali – and Malcolm, Regina’s son, at the State Water Resources Control Board meeting in Sacramento on December 12. Photo by Dan Bacher. After a marathon hearing at … Continued