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Fish Are Moving Into The Rivers
Trinity River Fishing
by E.B. Duggan, JULY 5, 2020

Trinity River - Willow Creek Weir

Spring Chinook salmon are in the Upper Trinity as well as in the Lower Klamath. Guides have been fishing the Klamath estuary since the first of the month but not a lot of reports. In talking with Allen Borges of Allen Borges Guide service, he was just setting up his fish camp. The report I received even though the Yurok Tribe...
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Saltwater Season Ready For a Reset
Kenny Priest
by Kenny Priest, JULY 2, 2020



After sitting on the sidelines watching the wind blow for more than a week, it looks like it’s finally laying down, allowing our saltwater fishing season to resume. Boats left the Pacific halibut and rockfish biting, and both should still be there when the boats get back on the water on Friday. The bigger question is will there be salmon....
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Approaches to resource management aren’t “one size fits all,” especially when taking into account the diverse environmental, social, technological, political, and economic factors that shape an area. A growing collection of research suggests that the most successful resource management systems are those that have been created locally and consider the unique local context. Tonle Sap Lake is an essential inland fishing resource...
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Spring Chinook Fishing
Trinity River Fishing
by E.B. Duggan, JUNE 28, 2020

Trinity River - Willow Creek Weir

Spring Chinook salmon fishing is going to be tough this year. Wednesday July 1st the In-River spring salmon fishing season will open on the Lower Klamath and the Upper Trinity. The Kamath will be open from the Weitchpec Bridge down to the mouth of the Klamath. Limit; one salmon only, 2 salmon in possession. (this means a jack or an adult spring...
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Lake Sabrina Fishing Report
by Lake Sabrina Boat Landing Staff, JUNE 27, 2020
Lake Sabrina

FACE MASKS REQUIRED PER INYO COUNTY Don’t forget a jacket More fun times at the Lake – even weather wise. Lots of people still coming up to enjoy the great outdoors although don’t think many knew about some bouts of rain, wind, thunder, lightning and cooler temps – down in the mid 30s Sunday night – that were in store for them....
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Wind curtails wide-open halibut action
Kenny Priest
by Kenny Priest, JUNE 25, 2020



Halibut continues to be the shining light out of both Eureka and Trinidad as the sizzling bite continued into this week. It’s looking like the only thing that will slow it down is if you can’t get to the fishing grounds. And that’s exactly where we are. After a long stretch of good weather and even better fishing, the ocean...
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