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.


CA halibut: More than an offshore alternative
Kenny Priest
by Kenny Priest, JULY 13, 2017

Having a backup plan — whether in life or in fishing — is always a good idea. In fishing, having a solid plan B can sometimes save the day, or even a season. For Eureka anglers, heading offshore to fish for salmon, halibut or rockfish is always plan A. With no salmon season and lots of wind and rough seas...
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Thousand Lakes Volcano
Backcountry Travels
by Phil "Flip" Akers, JULY 12, 2017

Thousand Lakes Volcano Wilderness is located in the southern Cascade Mountain range, between the town of Burney and Lassen Volcanic National Park, and offers something for nearly every user group. Stunning panoramic views from lofty volcanic summits, thick forest, verdant alpine meadows, and excellent fishing are just a few highlights that beckon empirical backpackers and equestrians.  So is the story of...
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Sunsets and Hook Sets
Jerry Back
by Jerry Back, JULY 11, 2017

Ocean Beach

If you’re on a beach in the Northern California area, there’s a palpable tension in the air. Summertime is historically striper-time and surf fishermen (and surf fisherwomen, of course) are increasing their presence on the beach.  Both the skilled and the lucky have been hooking up here and there, but the general consensus is that the season is just getting...
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Delta Tunnels would transfer how much water?
Trinity River Fishing
by E.B. Duggan, JULY 11, 2017

Trinity River

I hope everyone had a great and safe fourth of July holiday. It appears that the Federal EPA and the US Fish and Wildlife have OK’ed Governor Brown's two Tunnels to by-pass the Delta. This is only one step of many for approval for construction but with the many Water Districts joining together to form a Joint Powers for financing the Tunnels,...
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Lake Sabrina Fishing Report
by Lake Sabrina Boat Landing Staff, JULY 10, 2017
Lake Sabrina

Lake Sabrina Boat Landing 760-873-7425 July 10, 2017   Less than two feet till spill – what a sight the Lake is – almost full – the trees leafed out – snow covered mountains in the backgrounds – beautiful blue sky and fluffy white clouds – yup, we’re in God’s country! And lots of people up at the Lake enjoying God’s country!   Fishing did slow...
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 In a ceremony held today in Yorktown, Virginia, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke shared a $14.7 million check with Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS) Vice President Heather Lougheed, who accepted on behalf of America’s recreational boaters. The amount represents 2017-18 funding for the federal Boating Infrastructure Grant (B.I.G.) program, which funnels user taxes paid by boaters to...
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