Fishing Articles


Similar to the variety of relationships that play out in our homes and workplaces, many of the interactions between species sharing the same space can influence the state of their environment. Positive interactions are those in which organisms cooperate in a way that provides a net benefit to at least one participant. Mutualism, facilitation, and commensalism are all examples of...
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IS WINTER OVER?
Trinity River Fishing
by E.B. Duggan, FEBRUARY 16, 2020

Trinity River - Willow Creek Weir

I am already seeing daffodils blooming, big leaf maple trees with sap flowing and fruit tree buds swelling. These are all signs of spring. SOOO, I ask again “Is winter over”? It has been suggested that we are going into a drought again because of the snow pack in the sierras is so low for this time of year. Just...
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Ocean fishing often steals the spotlight in terms of its perceived importance in world fisheries conversation. This means many people don’t realize the true value of inland, or freshwater, fisheries, especially for rural populations in underdeveloped countries where it is difficult to access ocean resources. Lack of knowledge about the state and function of inland fisheries can contribute to declining...
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WINTER STEELHEAD FISHING FAIR
Trinity River Fishing
by E.B. Duggan, FEBRUARY 9, 2020

Trinity River - Willow Creek Weir

Winter steelhead fishing is fair to good depending on when the fish are moving up the Trinity. I have received phone calls about why the steelhead and salmon fishing are so bad this season. One of the major problems this year is that the ocean conditions were so bad this last year. The conditions were as such that the fish...
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Antelope Lake Fishing Report
by Valerie Aubrey, FEBRUARY 9, 2020
Antelope Lake

When ya just HAVE to wet a line.... “if you can’t be smart, at least be lucky” a quote from my yak partner Mike. Antelope. Limited water in some areas, but great fishing. 36-37F surface temp, 34F next to the ice sheets. Just a few we caught before lunch, got lucky after lunch too. Lots of action & loads of...
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Redding’s winter trout for kids
by Gary Heffley, FEBRUARY 8, 2020


Everyone knows that the Sacramento River in Redding is an outstanding year-round trout fishery and that some of the best access for wade fishermen occurs during the winter when the flows are seasonally the lightest.   But the river is still big water and unless angling from a boat no place for youthful anglers. What many anglers do not realize is that...
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