Fishing Articles


Casting for a Challenging Catch
by Collins Lake Staff, JANUARY 23, 2020
Collins Lake

It can be hard to judge winter fishing. Lots of folks would rather toast their socks by a fire than roll the weather dice to chase a trout. Under the waves the bite can waver from a post shower frenzy to sunshiny stillness in just hours. Still, if you’ve staked out the right patch of shore and cast your line...
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Tumbling their way through the redwoods, the streams of California’s Central Coast provide valuable habitat for those salmon and trout tenacious enough to contend with seasonal lagoons, the steep gradients of coastal mountains, and the effects of increasingly urbanized watersheds. The challenges facing fish that have persisted in these streams, such as steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) and coho salmon (O. kisutch), will...
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IT IS A NEW YEAR FOR FISHING
Trinity River Fishing
by E.B. Duggan, JANUARY 19, 2020

Trinity River - Willow Creek Weir

2020 brings in a new year, a new fishing season and possibly some new regulations. The one thing we all need to do is turn in our steelhead report cards and salmon harvest cards. These are important items for the coming fishing season. For one thing it helps in determining what the quotas will be for the coming seasons. There...
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Shoot with a Vintner Ultimate Sporting Experience
by Michael Coats, JANUARY 17, 2020


THIS VALENTINE’S DAY SURPRISE YOUR SWEETIE WITH A SPECIAL  ‘SHOOT WITH A VINTNER’ LUXURY PACKAGE   FROM WINE COUNTRY’S WING & BARREL RANCH  Once-in-a-lifetime getaways feature lodging, meals, and shooting with world-class vintners.  No membership required! SONOMA, CALIFORNIA – Jan. 16, 2020 This Valentine’s Day, surprise your beloved with an experiential holiday unlike any other. Including a spa and resort stay, food and wine pairing, and a luxury dinner out —...
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Lower Rogue Has Remained Fishable This Week
Kenny Priest
by Kenny Priest, JANUARY 16, 2020

Rogue River Lower

According to Martin, the Elk River dropped to 5 feet on Wednesday, the high point of where it is fishable. “It had reached 6.5 feet. It will be in play this week,” he said. “The bright spot has been the lower Rogue River, which is fishing well for plunkers using Spin-N-Glos and jet boaters anchoring and running MagLip plugs. The...
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Elk River Conditions
Kenny Priest
by Kenny Priest, JANUARY 16, 2020

Elk River

According to Martin, the Elk River dropped to 5 feet on Wednesday, the high point of where it is fishable. “It had reached 6.5 feet. It will be in play this week,” he said. ...
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