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Conserving Wetlands Makes Cents
by FISHBIO, APRIL 22, 2019


Placing a dollar value on nature is no easy task. The cultural benefits of natural ecosystems – such as their aesthetic or spiritual importance – tend to defy the label of a monetary value. However, nature also provides very real, very economically valuable natural benefits, known as ecosystem services, to human populations around the globe. These include supplying food, water,...
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Lake Sabrina Weekly Report
by Lake Sabrina Boat Landing Staff, APRIL 22, 2019
Lake Sabrina

Definitely Spring has arrived at the Lake and by Spring I mean warmer temps and lots of wildlife. We’ve had the Eagle fly right smack over us twice while we’ve been up at the Lake – truly quite awesome! There’s marmots and chipmunks and frogs, yup frogs! As I mentioned warmer temps and with the warmer temps, the ice is melting...
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Ocean King Season to Begin on May 25
Kenny Priest
by Kenny Priest, APRIL 18, 2019



After absorbing a full closure of our ocean salmon fishery in 2017, it appears the salmon stocks are getting stronger by the year. And with numbers trending up, the North Coast was given a lengthy season in 2019. After being behind closed doors for a week, the PFMC emerged on Tuesday and set the seasons for the West Coast for...
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Lake Sabrina Opener Update
by Lake Sabrina Boat Landing Staff, APRIL 16, 2019
Lake Sabrina

A huge thank you to CalTrans for getting the second lane plowed up to Camp Sabrina! And another huge thank you to the Inyo County Road Crew for getting the road plowed the rest of the way up and both the lower and upper parking lots – sure do appreciate it – more than you will ever know!!! The road...
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You might think it would be relatively straightforward to tell whether the size of an animal population is shrinking, stable, or growing – but sometimes things get a bit complicated. The end goal of most conservation efforts is to build up the populations of imperiled species to the point at which they can persist on their own without outside help....
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Some Light Rains With Cloudy Days Ahead
Trinity River Fishing
by E.B. Duggan, APRIL 15, 2019

Trinity River - Willow Creek Weir

For the next week or so it looks like we will be getting some light rains or scattered showers. It doesn’t look like enough rain to make the rivers rise much. In fact, the Klamath Trinity River Basin is on the down side. Yes, the Klamath Trinity rivers are dropping, The Trinity not as much as the Klamath. The good...
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