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Kokanee fishing is something I had never done, and, when I made my bucket list a few years ago I put this fish on my list. As a fishaholic I needed to catch a kokanee. I had just scratched off a keeper sturgeon earlier this year, so I started looking up guides for kokanee and asking around.
I also started research on the internet (what...read more ››
The Sacramento Municipal Utility District’s Union Valley Reservoir is not only the largest of the lakes of the Crystal Basin Recreation Area in the Eldorado National Forest, but it has the most diverse fishery.
Anglers can catch rainbow trout, kokanee salmon, mackinaw trout, German browns and even smallmouth bass in its clear waters...read more ››
Restore the Delta (RTD) and many other groups held a big rally at the State Capitol on Tuesday, July 29, featuring the delivery of a “Death of the Delta" coffin containing thousands of public comments opposing Governor Jerry Brown’s peripheral tunnels.
Hundreds of people, including fishermen, Tribal leaders, environmentalists, Delta...read more ››
The weather was forecasted to be in the seventies, so I decided it was a great day to go fishing at Lake Berryessa. I got to Lupine Shores at 7:45 and was on the water by 8 a.m.
I started off trolling with a dodger and a rubber worm. As I turned the point, I ran into Ken Jan, an NCKA member who had been on the water for a while. I asked...read more ››
Knowing that salmon fishing in Bodega Bay should be heating up right about now, I scheduled a trip with Hook'd Up Sport Fishing on Sunday, July 27. When I arrived at the boat, the other anglers and I were informed by Captain Steve Mitchell that the previous day there were several schools of salmon in the area many with some very big fish...read more ››
I arrived at the Yuba City Boat ramp at 4 am and got in the boat with Rob Reimer of Rustic Rob’s Guide Service and Jimmy Downs. We sped through the boat in the darkness to the hole on the Feather River above Shanghai Rapids where Reimers had put his anchor, attached to a red buoy.
Rob had spent the night sleeping in the boat in...read more ››
(Sacramento) The hum of machinery and sawdust fills the “Bomb Shelter” on a Wednesday night. Its lone worker with exquisite tattoos on his arms, carefully grinds away at a piece of cedar pine.
“There goes another one for the batch,” he says, setting the piece into a plastic bin.
The batch is still in the early stages, but slowly they...read more ››
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Don Pedro trout gorging on shad and getting fatter by the day|
by: Gold Country Sport Fishing,
Don Pedro Reservoir,
Sacramento River King Salmon 8/15/14|
by: MSJ Guide Service,
Sacramento River- Middle,
Sac. River Trout and Salmon fishing|
by: Al Brown Guide Service,
Sacramento River- Middle,
1. SACRAMENTO RIVER KINGS… Fresh kings are pushing up the Sacramento. Salmon to 33 lbs have shown recently for anglers working Flatfish early in the day.
2. S.F. BAY SHARKS… Both sevengills and leopard sharks are on the hunt. Anglers are hooking up while soaking midshipmen, sardines and squid globs.
3. FRENCH MEADOWS TROUT… The lake level is down and the trout are concentrated. Bank anglers are hooking limits of rainbows with PowerBait and inflated ‘crawlers.
4. BULLARDS BASS… Topwater action is on tap for anglers working Spooks and poppers early and late. The spotted bass average 2 lbs and range up to 4.
Tribal protesters urge Secretary Jewell to stop Klamath River fish kill
August 14, 2014
Water bond includes $485 million to buy water for Brown’s death tunnels
August 13, 2014
Jerry Brown signs legislation to extend water bond deadline
August 12, 2014
Bay Delta Conservation Plan opponents ask Brown to release water bond language
August 8, 2014
In September 2002, Dan Carter, fishing guide, called to tell me that a massive fish kill was taking place on the lower Klamath River. He soon turned the phone over to Walt Lara, Yurok Tribal Elder, who emphasized the scope of the disaster...read more ››
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