Headline News from Northern California & Southern Oregon


Lake Sabrina Fish Report
by Lake Sabrina Boat Landing Staff, AUGUST 14, 2017
Lake Sabrina

Lake Sabrina Boat Landing 760-873-7425 August 14, 2017 THE CAFÉ (AND ONLY THE CAFÉ) WILL BE CLOSED AUGUST 19 & 20, 2017 The Store will be open Boat Rentals will be available WATCH OUT FOR DEER! Don’t forget that jacket! With school starting for most kidlings, thought it might quiet down at the Lake this past week and weekend, but nope, y’all showed up again and we thank you. Lots...
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Eagle Lake Update
by Valerie Aubrey, AUGUST 14, 2017
Eagle Lake

Valerie Aubrey checked in this afternoon with a fish report from Eagle Lake. Check out Melisa with 2 outta 6 beauties we bagged today on the late bite! 23-27ft deep. Up until this week she had never fished before! Now planning a late fall trip up!!
What Makes A Fish A Successful Invasive?
by FISHBIO, AUGUST 13, 2017

The state of California has seen the largest number of non-native fish introductions in the entire country (161 fresh- and saltwater species; Nico and Fuller 1999), and an estimated 49 nonnative species have successfully established populations in the state’s freshwater systems (Moyle 2002).  However, another 38 estimated freshwater species have been introduced to California, but have failed to establish populations (Marchetti et al....
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Common Questions & Answers about Vehicle Repairs
Before and After
by Don Stec, AUGUST 13, 2017

Question: I heard you on the radio talking about the car that was test driven eight times after being repaired at another place and the vehicle still was not correct. There must have been some time that passed after the repair. How did you get the Insurance Company to pay for the repair when they already paid once before and a...
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Rogue Bay Salmon - Best in 20 Years!
Southern Oregon
by Larry Ellis, AUGUST 12, 2017

Rogue River

It looks like the good old days of the Rogue Bay are happening right now! I don't know how long it's going to last, but fishing for Chinook in the Rogue bay has been second to none for at least a week straight.  It is already comparable to the superior fishing in days of yore, and by the way this season...
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One of Oregon and the Pacific Northwest’s iconic fish, native steelhead trout, have been migrating over Willamette Falls in Portland to spawn in Cascade Mountain rivers for millennia. They are now at high risk of going extinct, based on a new analysis by Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. Listed for protection under the federal Endangered Species Act (ESA) in 1999...
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