Fishing Articles


Lake Sabrina Weekly Report
by Lake Sabrina Boat Landing Staff, APRIL 22, 2019
Lake Sabrina

Definitely Spring has arrived at the Lake and by Spring I mean warmer temps and lots of wildlife. We’ve had the Eagle fly right smack over us twice while we’ve been up at the Lake – truly quite awesome! There’s marmots and chipmunks and frogs, yup frogs! As I mentioned warmer temps and with the warmer temps, the ice is melting...
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Lake Sabrina Opener Update
by Lake Sabrina Boat Landing Staff, APRIL 16, 2019
Lake Sabrina

A huge thank you to CalTrans for getting the second lane plowed up to Camp Sabrina! And another huge thank you to the Inyo County Road Crew for getting the road plowed the rest of the way up and both the lower and upper parking lots – sure do appreciate it – more than you will ever know!!! The road...
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Even When Fishing is Slow.....
by Gary Heffley, APRIL 13, 2019
Baum Lake

Most everything in the Hat Creek / Burney area is gearing towards the traditional trout season opening on the last Saturday of the month.  Even though Baum Lake is open year round there tends to be a lull in fishing this time of year as stocking the lake during March and early April is held back. There is a big...
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San Joaquin River Restoration Program: Restoration Flows Resume on San Joaquin River
by Chris "Maven" Austin, APRIL 9, 2019
San Joaquin River

Starting April 5, 2019, Restoration Flows began again in the San Joaquin River Restoration Area. Friant Dam had been managed for flood control since March 15, 2019, precluding the release of Restoration Flows. However, because flood releases into the San Joaquin River are no longer necessary for reservoir management, Restoration Flows have now resumed. Water users should be aware that diversions...
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Pine Creek Update
by Valerie Aubrey, APRIL 9, 2019
Eagle Lake

Pine Creek at over 900cfs this afternoon. Target was 500cfs. Keep up this flow and things will move up faster!! Come on baby!  
State of the San Lorenzo Marks 40 Years of Santa Cruz Conservation
by FISHBIO, APRIL 8, 2019
San Lorenzo River

Flowing directly through the heart of Santa Cruz, California, the San Lorenzo River serves as a vital water source for people, fish, and numerous other animals and plants that call the region home. Locals have long understood the ecological and economic importance of this coastal stream, and the San Lorenzo was one of the first rivers in California to have...
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