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Clear Lake, Lake County
Bass fishing is a very popular sport but only a handful of anglers manage to catch the big ones.


 


For cold-loving fish like salmon, temperature plays a critical role in behavior, survival, and ecology. It’s therefore no surprise that the 2021 Bay Delta Science Conference included a session specifically dedicated to research on the effects of temperature on salmon in the Central Valley. The presentations in this session discussed thermal impacts among different Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) populations, and across life...
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Break in the Wind Puts Boats Back on the Water
Kenny Priest
by Kenny Priest, JUNE 10, 2021



The wind and seas finally relented on Tuesday, allowing the Eureka-based fleet of boats to get back on the water. A few of the boats went south, reacquainting themselves with Cape Mendocino. The rockfish bite was good according to the few boats who made the run. The majority had halibut on their minds and headed north to 250 feet of...
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We Need Your Help
by Valerie Aubrey, JUNE 7, 2021
Eagle Lake

Wanna blow a transmission? Break your trailer? Drop off the end of this baby! LNF totally responsible for the local economy. With phenomenal fishing this season the ONLY low water launch ramp serving Eagle Lake at Gallatin has a severe drop off the end of the cement. Panel is lifted & rocks under it…not going to change. Concessionaire can’t keep...
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Trinidad, Crescent City Kicking Out Limits of Rockfish
Kenny Priest
by Kenny Priest, JUNE 3, 2021



The rockfish bite continues to be red-hot out of Trinidad and Crescent City. Both ports have quick access to the rockfish grounds, making it much easier to be on the water even when the ocean is a little snotty. And the fishing has been phenomenal. Limits have been pretty easy to come by. In Trinidad, there are plenty of good...
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Another beautiful day!
by Valerie Aubrey, JUNE 1, 2021
Eagle Lake

Another beautiful day! Surface temps creeping up a bit but fishing continues to be very good. Trout are scattered in the water column. Top lines & trolling flies around 4-6ft deep, 8-14ft deep with various lures. Pretty easy catching. Watch out for rocks out there. Lake levels are low & we have many natural hazards. More details on the fishing...
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Lake Sabrina Weekly Report
by Lake Sabrina Boat Landing Staff, MAY 31, 2021
Lake Sabrina

Remembering those who lost their lives for our freedoms – thank you. Thank you DFW for the stocking, just before Memorial Weekend, making so very many fisherpeople happy!!! Not only were there lots of people at Mule Days, there were lots of people at the Lake and lots of those people at the Lake caught fish. Saw lots of limits coming out...
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