Fishing Articles


2020 Salmon Update
by GGSA Staff, MARCH 3, 2020


The CA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife believes there are about 473,183 adult salmon swimming around in the ocean now.   This is better than their prediction last year at this time of 379,600 and should lead to a decent fishing season.   The forecast of 379,600 salmon in 2019 ended up being about 136,000 shy of what was eventually counted after...
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Iron Canyon Trout
Ramblings
by John Higley, MARCH 3, 2020

Iron Canyon Reservoir

A couple of weeks ago, when the winter weather was almost spring like, the urge to go fishing somewhere was too strong for me to ignore.  Plans involving my daughter Meredith, her husband Robert Feamster and their four kids, who were out of school for the week, took shape. After briefly discussing where to go we settled on Iron Canyon Reservoir,...
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WILL THERE BE A SALMON SESON?
Trinity River Fishing
by E.B. Duggan, MARCH 2, 2020

Trinity River - Willow Creek Weir

As you know I attended the salmon meeting in Sana Rosa last Thursday February 27th. It was very enlightening and the prognosis was not very good for the Klamath River Basin In-River Sports Fishermen. The beginning estimate for In-River Sports Fishing for the Klamath River Basin was 900 to a 1,000 returning fall salmon to be split up amongst all river segments. Using...
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Antelope Lake Fishing Report
by Valerie Aubrey, FEBRUARY 19, 2020
Antelope Lake

Antelope lake. Probably still 10% ice but very doable. Ramp was open today. Dock was in the water. Released 2 missed 5. Mike (my yak partner) did well too. 37.7-39.2F surface temperature. High ambient reached 38F. Yummy cold water fatties. Throwing & trolling rainbow trout 2” flicker shad & rainbow Thomas buoyant. Gold with red got a few. But the...
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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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