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Anglers, Wanna have some fun?
by Gary Heffley, MARCH 6, 2018


The California Department of Fish and Wildlife is looking for volunteers to assist with the upcoming free kid's fishing day events. The day is rewarding and easy; some handing out loaner fishing rods and bait, others baiting and casting lines, helping net fish, and offering help to remind a new angler that they might want to set the hook on...
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The Oregon Department of Agriculture and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife announce that recreational and commercial crabbing is now open from Cape Blanco, north of Port Orford, to the California border. Crab samples taken from the area indicate that levels of the marine biotoxin domoic acid have dropped below the alert level. As a result, the entire Oregon coast is now open for recreational...
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Fishing Basics: Sunfish/Bluegill
by Gary Heffley, MARCH 6, 2018


Depending on the part of the country an angler was raised, there is a better than average chance that the first fish they ever caught was some type of Sunfish. For California anglers that sunfish was probably a Bluegill, although there are a number of other species of Sunfish throughout the state including Redear Sunfish, Green Sunfish, Pumpkinseed and Warmouth....
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Looking ahead to rain
Trinity River Fishing
by E.B. Duggan, MARCH 5, 2018

Trinity River

The snowpack in the Sierra’s and the Trinity Alps is looking good for right now. What we really need is a continuing build up of it to assure us of enough water in the reservoir system to supply farmers and the rivers of the water we will need for the summer and fall to stave off another drought. Like I...
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A Sierra Nevada red fox was captured in Tehama County last month by California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) biologists researching this rare sub-species of red fox. The 10-pound male fox was captured on national forest land just outside of Lassen Volcanic National Park, near the town of Mineral. The fox was collared and released at the capture location, and...
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Commercial and sport anglers received mixed news today regarding the status of Sacramento River fall Chinook and Klamath River fall Chinook – California’s two largest Chinook salmon populations. While adult returns of both stocks were well below minimum escapement goals in 2017, and projected abundance for both stocks is modest compared to historic averages, state and federal fishery scientists reported...
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