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Trinity River 2020
Trinity River Fishing
by E.B. Duggan, MAY 24, 2020

Trinity River - Willow Creek Weir

The new fishing Regulations are out! July 1, Trinity River opens to fishing for Spring Chinook salmon; 1salmon (period) per day 2 in possession above the South Fork of the Trinity to Old Lewiston Bridge. September 1, Trinity opens to fishing for Fall Chinook salmon; 2 salmon per day, 1 adult and 1 jack or 2 jacks per day, no...
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Eagle Lake Opening Day
by Valerie Aubrey, MAY 23, 2020
Eagle Lake

Orange Jay Fair’s hot orange toplining, small brook trout rapalas, 2” rainbow trout flicker shad 9ft deep, red/gold Thomas Buoyant, nickel Thomas Buoyant 5-7ft deep. Red dog d/j medium. Youth Camp channel fished well. South side of Pelican Pt had scattered pods. Scattered pods on the west side...moved out over deeper water but were still on top for me. Mixed...
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Lake Sabrina Fishing Report
by Lake Sabrina Boat Landing Staff, MAY 22, 2020
Lake Sabrina

It definitely is a time of exasperation. We are a permittee on a United States Forest Service, thus we need to follow their direction along with Inyo County and the State. We have been informed by the Forest Service who runs the Inyo National Forest that we will not be permitted to open until the State enters into Stage 3 or...
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Salmon Quotas Set for Klamath and Trinity Rivers
Kenny Priest
by Kenny Priest, MAY 21, 2020



Following last year’s low returns and with only 186,600 adult Klamath kings said to be in the ocean this fall, anglers are facing a much lower sport quota in 2020. During last Thursday’s meeting, the California Fish and Game Commission adopted bag and possession limits for the Klamath Basin based on a quota of 1,296 fall-run adults. The Commission also...
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Salmon Season Underway
by GGSA Staff, MAY 18, 2020


Readers of this newsletter will likely know more than we do by the time you receive this but here’s a snapshot of the season to date.   After being delayed for almost a month, the sport ocean salmon seasons opened May 1.  The commercial season opened then too with decent early catches in Monterey Bay out of Santa Cruz, Moss Landing, and...
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Weeds may be annoying to gardners, but they can prove devastating for ecosystems once they escape into the environment, leaving no space for native plants and animals. This is the case in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, where non-natives represent half of the plant species and make up most of the aquatic plant cover. Despite control efforts, the problem has continued to...
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