Fishing Articles

Invasive species can be sneaky, moving like non-native ninjas into an ecosystem and wreaking havoc before anyone notices they’re there. This is particularly true of aquatic plants and animals hidden beneath the water’s surface. However, this threat is beginning to get the attention it deserves. Effective methods for managing invaders from the terrestrial world are being applied to aquatic settings, and new...
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Pretty Much A Solid Bite on Eagle Lake Right Now
by Valerie Aubrey, OCTOBER 21, 2020
Eagle Lake

Eagle is fishing pretty good. Still a lot of particulate algae’s in the water column in the south basin. Water temps in the mid to high 50’s. Trout moving around but staying high in the water column for us. Orange (red dog, red-prism needlefish, rainbow runners), rainbow trout (rapalas & flicker shad), black, red/gold. Also hot orange,olive, peacock, & cinnamon...
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Trinity River is Really Picking Up
Trinity River Fishing
by E.B. Duggan, OCTOBER 18, 2020

Trinity River - Willow Creek Weir

Sorry about last week for no report but I was up in Idaho checking things out for fishing. Lots of places to fish is all I can say. I was in the The rains, what little the were, helped the firefighters and slowed the fires progress down. In fact, it helped the firefighters gain control over some of them. The good...
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Sac River Beads, Caddis, Mayflies
by Gary Heffley, OCTOBER 14, 2020
Sacramento River - Lower

While the majority of attention is focused on salmon fishing on the Sacramento River, a good number of anglers are enjoying outstanding trout fishing in the Redding and Anderson area.  Most fly anglers are using an indicator with a salmon egg imitating bead followed by a caddis and small mayfly imitations.  Some guides are doubling down using two beads with...
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Dry summers are a hallmark of Mediterranean climates, and animals in such regions have adapted to tolerate and even take advantage of this seasonal pattern. However, from California to South Africa to Australia, climate change is leading to more frequent drought in these already dry areas. Although climatological data make it possible to predict changing patterns in drought occurrence, predicting the resulting impacts on aquatic...
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Closing For The Season
by Lake Sabrina Boat Landing Staff, SEPTEMBER 28, 2020
Lake Sabrina

Lake Sabrina Boat Landing has come to the difficult decision to close for the season. With the hot and very dry weather, we don’t foresee the Forest Service opening the forest next week and that would be just about when we would be closing. We are also still getting a lot of smoke up at the Lake – doesn’t make...
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