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Cyanobacteria Blue-Green Algae
Trinity River Fishing
by E.B. Duggan, MAY 31, 2021

Trinity River - Willow Creek Weir

 Memorial Day Weekend to many is the start of summer. With temperatures reaching into the 100’s it does remind us of summer. It also starts the warming of the rivers. Cyanobacteria (Blue-Green algae) was discovered on the Lower Mad River. It also starts the blooming of Cyanobacteria on the Eel, Klamath ad Trinity Rivers. What does this mean to the...
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Opening Day Report
by Valerie Aubrey, MAY 29, 2021
Eagle Lake

Good morning from Eagle Lake! Woohoo!! Great fishing! Had to dodge some surface algae on the west side this morning but it was doable! Trout for us (kayaks, trolling) we’re 2-7 ft deep. Early I did have action on trolling flies…cinnamon leech & flo orange in 2 to 6ft of water but they were already starting to move out by...
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Eureka Boats Finding the Halibut
Kenny Priest
by Kenny Priest, MAY 27, 2021



The weather finally cooperated for consecutive days and the Eureka boats took full advantage. Most of the angling effort was on the Pacific halibut grounds but quite a few boats made the trip south to Cape Mendocino. While the halibut bite isn’t wide open, most of the charter boats are putting clients into limits. It can best be described as...
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Should Be A Great Opener!
by Valerie Aubrey, MAY 25, 2021
Eagle Lake

We are ready!! 54-56.8F surface temps. Springs not much less. Ramp is ready. DO NOT BACK UP TOWARDS THE JETTY. Rocks. Launched my 15ftr today. It’s ok for now. We’ll have to wait and see. If too many folks power load, it won’t be good later on. Fishing should be good. Water temps might rise a smidge but the water...
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Lake Sabrina Weekly Report
by Lake Sabrina Boat Landing Staff, MAY 24, 2021
Lake Sabrina

A few more days of Winter – but all’s good as we picked up a few more inches of snow in the back country – it just blew by us at the Lake – 5 days of snow blowing thru. The colder temps put a bit of a halt to the run-off and the filling of the Lake. No stocking as...
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Ceratonova Shasta Hits Klamath
Trinity River Fishing
by E.B. Duggan, MAY 24, 2021

Trinity River - Willow Creek Weir

C. Shasta hits down migrating juveniles between the Shasta River and the Scott River. 70% of the juvenile salmon trapped in the Upper Klamath showed they were infected with the Ceratonova Shasta virous. 97% of the juveniles trapped between the Shasta River and the Scott River tested positive for C. Shasta. This plus the warm water in the Upper river...
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