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Winter on the Upper Klamath River, Siskiyou County
Anglers drift-fish this river daily in fall and winter often in widely fluctuating weather.


 


The crisis of freshwater biodiversity loss warrants an emergency intervention. Virtually all ecosystems are experiencing declines in biodiversity due to human activities and climate change, but none have been hit as hard as freshwater habitats. While freshwater systems harbor a trove of diversity, including one-third of all known vertebrate species, freshwater losses have received little notice, despite the fact that an estimated 30%...
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Eureka Kings finally make a showing
Kenny Priest
by Kenny Priest, JULY 17, 2020



The salmon have finally shown up in Eureka. That’s the good news. The bad news is so did the wind. Following a fairly hot bite that started last Wednesday and lasted through the weekend, the wind has kept the Eureka boats from staying on the fish. Back to the good news. The fish are here, they’re close, and they’re big....
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Lake Sabrina Fishing Report
by Lake Sabrina Boat Landing Staff, JULY 13, 2020
Lake Sabrina

Another busy and warm week and weekend at the Lake. So many people wanting to get out of the heat and boy is it hot in Bishop – 108 at the airport yesterday – a new Bishop record – 80 at the Lake – now you know why it was a busy one at the Lake.  Fishing picked up a bit...
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A wealth of data about the past can make it easier to predict the future. Biologists studying economically valuable salmon often have the advantage of working with extensive, long-term ecological data sets. A long history of using dams to regulate water also gives these scientists access to extensive data on environmental conditions in the rivers salmon inhabit. Researchers in Oregon...
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Salmon Season Showing Signs of Life
Kenny Priest
by Kenny Priest, JULY 8, 2020



Well, it looks like we may have a salmon season on the North Coast after all. After the first month of the season produced basically nothing, salmon are finally starting to show up. The hot spot has been north of Trinidad, near the mouth of Redwood Creek. A handful of private boats found some fish late last week, and the...
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Lake Sabrina Fishing Report
by Lake Sabrina Boat Landing Staff, JULY 7, 2020
Lake Sabrina

FACE MASKS REQUIRED PER INYO COUNTY Don’t forget a jacket It was an absolutely gorgeous weekend with loads of people up at the Lake enjoying the scenery and making memories. After the winds of last Sunday, Monday came in with thunderboomers and rain/snow in the back country. After that system blew out, nothing but beautiful weather.  Fishing is getting a bit tougher, but...
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