Headline News from Northern California & Southern Oregon

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


Is your Pronghorn a Trophy?
by Frank Biggs, JULY 25, 2017

It is said “The trophy is in the eyes of the beholder, ”  and indeed, it is true.  Over the years, I have absorbed a great deal of knowledge about hunting Pronghorn - Antelope that roam the high plains and arid lands of America - and one thing I know for sure; a Pronghorn buck of any size can be a trophy! Pronghorns...
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Lake Sabrina Fish Report
by Lake Sabrina Boat Landing Staff, JULY 24, 2017
Lake Sabrina

Lake Sabrina Boat Landing 760-873-7425 July 24, 2017 Twas another outstanding week and weekend in the high country. Thought we might get some ThunderBoomers over the weekend, but they held off till Monday. The Lake is back on the rise and is getting close to spilling. Fishing is fairly good – lots of bigger fish came out thru the week. The afternoon has been...
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California’s dove hunting season is rapidly approaching, and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) is now accepting applications for special dove hunts throughout the state. The first half of the split season will be open statewide from Sept. 1-15, 2017. The second half will be open statewide from Nov. 11 through Dec. 25, 2017. For mourning dove and white-winged dove,...
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Three Fresno men face jail time and fines after being caught poaching and unlawfully trafficking sport-caught fish, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) announced. Kue Her, 36, Leepo Her, 33, and Michael Vang, 31, all of Fresno, all pled guilty to charges of illegal poaching of wildlife for profit. Kue Her was sentenced to 52 days in county jail...
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Delta Water Tunnels
Trinity River Fishing
by E.B. Duggan, JULY 23, 2017

Klamath River - Lower

Yes we are back to the Delta Tunnels again. It appears that the Governor has received the “OK” to build the tunnels that will go around the delta and deliver water from the Sacramento River to the pumps at the San Joaquin station. Currently the CVPA delivers an average of 4.7 million acre feet per of water per year to...
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More Quality Time
by John Higley, JULY 23, 2017

As I sit here wondering what to do next, I suddenly realize I’m way behind on my fishing this summer.  Ordinarily, I’ve fished several streams by now, and I’ve hiked to at least a couple of backcountry lakes for trout.  I also would have fished a time or two with my better half Sharon, but that hasn’t happened either.  I can...
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