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Lower Klamath NWR, Siskiyou County
The spots on a butterfly wing are not random but help identify this as a California tortoiseshell.


Great bite today
by Valerie Aubrey, JULY 22, 2022
Eagle Lake

Great bite today. Same lures, 14-18ft deep. East side. We did have to sort thru a couple chubs but the thick trout were active. Not good at selfies in the boat but these 2 limits were a couple ounces shy of 12lbs & the smallest was 19", largest 22". Penny Miller Ramp is doable just be careful. ...
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Pacific Halibut Quota Nearly Met
Kenny Priest
by Kenny Priest, JULY 21, 2022

Favorable ocean conditions for a good part of July, along with the closure of ocean salmon, has led to anglers putting a very large dent in the Pacific halibut sport quota. So much so that it could be met prior to Aug. 1, when the ocean salmon season opens back up. The hope was the halibut quota would carry into...
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Good trolling bite today
by Valerie Aubrey, JULY 18, 2022
Eagle Lake

Tommy B didn't disappoint today! Good trolling bite today. Good water surface. Fish are in multiple locations. Todays general active level 4-30ft. Our best depth specifically was 15-17ft controlled by speed. 4 fish (we don't catch & release after DFW POSTING) 10.7lbs total weight. 35-45ft of water. 1.7-2.2mph. ...
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Reaching 70F+ degrees surface temps officially
by Valerie Aubrey, JULY 13, 2022
Eagle Lake

Reaching 70F+ degrees surface temps officially. pH is 9.21-9.22 in the south basin (9.46 above Pelican Pt). Visibility 6-7ft with secchi dish (white & in full sun). DFW has posted the catch & keep recommendation to preserve the life of the trout durning the summer months. They may swim away but after the battle their gills can't transpire the needed...
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Ramp still functioning
by Valerie Aubrey, JULY 12, 2022
Eagle Lake

Ramp still functioning. Ease down the rocks passed the end of the cement. It's a pretty sharp drop beyond this point where wheels are. Then levels up up the trailer. It's easy to get your trailer too deep too quick. Loading up with a trailer too deep generally doesn't always set your boat on the trailer correctly when pulled out...
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It's Peak Season Party Time Y'all!
by Lake Sabrina Boat Landing Staff, JULY 12, 2022
Lake Sabrina

Bishop Creek FIsh & Trail Report It's Peak Season Party Time Y'all!   Independence Day has come and gone and with the middle of July just a few days away, there is no mistaking that the peak season is here. Families are busy fishing and kayaking, hikers are hitting the trails in greater numbers, and the overnight parking at the trailheads is starting...
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