Wild Rivers: The Yellowstone – A Free Flowing Fish Paradise
by FISHBIO, MAY 20, 2024
Yellowstone River

Yellowstone National Park was established as the United State’s first national park in 1872. Its stunning landscapes, covering approximately 2.2 million acres, are home to a diverse range of wildlife. Although a relatively small portion of the Yellowstone River actually flows through the park, this river is just as wild and diverse as its namesake. It is the longest free-flowing river in the...
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Eagle Lake Conditions Update
by Valerie Aubrey, MAY 17, 2024
Eagle Lake

Beautiful day for a little boat ride! Lol covered 26 miles of water today just messing around. We have quite a bit of color to the water & that doesn't change from point A,B or C. I started out by 7:30am with pretty solid mid 62F's surface temps across & up the south basin until I was above slough point....
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Slow Start for Pacific Halibut Anglers
Kenny Priest
by Kenny Priest, MAY 16, 2024



Ocean conditions, lack of effort, or lack of fish, whatever the reason may be, it’s contributing to a much slower start to the Pacific halibut season than in years past. If I had to guess, I’d say it’s a combination of the first two. Since the season opened on May 1, there’s been just a handful of days which boats...
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Water Flows Are High
Trinity River Fishing
by E.B. Duggan, MAY 13, 2024

Trinity River - Willow Creek Weir

With snow melt and higher water releases the Klamath and Trinity Rivers are much higher than normal and caution needs to be the ultimate use around the water. Fishing is going to be hard on the Klamath below Happy camp and the Trinity below the Dam to the mouth. AS summer weather moves into the area one needs to really...
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Wind Keeping Boats Tied Up
Kenny Priest
by Kenny Priest, MAY 9, 2024



Break in the Weather Coming Friday After a couple decent days of fishing following the May 1 Pacific halibut opener, the Eureka fleet has been tied up since. But better conditions are on the horizon. Friday and Saturday are shaping up nicely, which could allow boats to explore some different spots. Conditions should be good enough to permit boats to hit...
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Trinity Citizens Letter of Complaint
Trinity River Fishing
by E.B. Duggan, MAY 6, 2024

Trinity River - Willow Creek Weir

The Trinity Citizens Letter of Complaint April 14, 2024 to the Department of Interior, Office of Inspector General, Conflict of Interest; Trinity Management Council, Trinity River Restoration project/Bureau of Reclamation is about the disenfranchised Public. This letter topics many of the complaints I have referred to at different times in my column but actually codifies the complaints from the 2000...
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