Headline News from Northern California & Southern Oregon

Winter on the Upper Klamath River, Siskiyou County
Anglers drift-fish this river daily in fall and winter often in widely fluctuating weather.


Eagle Lake Fishing Report
by Valerie Aubrey, MAY 31, 2023
Eagle Lake

Nice thick fish! Tamara Spurgeon-Powell. We're staying high in the water column. Upper 10ft. Working shallows early & the first ledge on the west side as the sun hits the water. Several lures are working. Orange trolling flies, red/gold Thomas buoyant, small minnow imitations (live minnows not allowed) rainbow trout, gold/orange. Depends on the sky color that day. Vary your...
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. – As the nation reflects on the sacrifices made by United State Armed Service members who died serving our country, people will be heading outdoors for Memorial Day weekend to visit America’s public lands that are managed by the Bureau of Land Management. Open spaces provide many recreational opportunities, such as fishing, swimming, camping, rockhounding, backpacking, hiking, boating...
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The Bureau of Land Management would like to remind the public to recreate responsibly as summer approaches and visitors start recreating on California rivers, in day-use areas, and when fishing, boating, swimming or performing other forms of water recreation. According to recreation.gov, water-related accidents are among the most common cause of death in some of our nation’s...
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Lots of snow means lots of water!!
by Lake Sabrina Boat Landing Staff, MAY 11, 2023
Lake Sabrina

Conditions Report  Upper Bishop Creek Canyon 5-11-23 Well folks, it’s been a tough few week as progress was painfully slow and conditions above 9000ft just weren’t changing all that much so there wasn’t much to say. The roads to Sabrina and South Lake are still closed and both lakes are frozen. But here is what we know as of today….. Hwy 168 W. is...
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Pacific Halibut Bite Slows
Kenny Priest
by Kenny Priest, MAY 10, 2023

After a hot start to the season, Pacific halibut action out of Eureka has since slowed. Last Monday’s opener was blown out but boats were able to make it back out Wednesday. And what they found were plenty of hungry halibut looking as though they haven’t seen bait in a long time. Quick limits were had by most of the...
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Catching Up to Date
Trinity River Fishing
by E.B. Duggan, MAY 7, 2023

Trinity River - Willow Creek Weir

Sorry to have been gone so long. I had surgery and was unable to use the computer. I appreciate that all of my readers missed the fishing report so I will try to catch up now. First off, I am sure that all of you have been reading about the water releases and the down flow of the water to the...
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