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Changes to striper fishing could be coming soon
Monday Nov 07 2011
Striped bass aren’t native to California. How in the dickens they transported fish that distance in tanks is almost unbelievable.But they did it — in the late 1800s.Str ...
Hunting opens this weekend in Balance of State Zone
Thursday Oct 20 2011
The Department of Fish and Game has estimated more than 50,000 shotgunners visited the fields in 2010, hoping to bag a duck or goose for the dinner table.The northeastern zone for ...
Roseville becomes fully metered city
Tuesday Oct 18 2011
Roseville’s transition to a fully metered city officially finished Tuesday with the last meter installation, although the majority of the retrofit project ended a few months ago. ...
Abalone fishery now officially closed in Sonoma County
Wednesday Oct 12 2011
The dying off of abalone since August throughout the diving areas of Sonoma County has been reported here.It was attributed to a red tide, bacteria-laden water so called because it ...
Fishing restrictions are in place on Klamath River
Monday Oct 03 2011
It used to be that some of the hottest salmon fishing in the fall occurred on the Klamath River. Campgrounds were packed, and the mouth of the Klamath literally was a sea of boats. ...
Abalone fishery closed along Sonoma Coast
Wednesday Sep 21 2011
It was reported here recently that many abalone divers were discovering dead or dying abalone along the Sonoma County coast. The reports began flooding Department of Fish and Game ...
Abalone dying along Sonoma County coast
Wednesday Sep 07 2011
Divers plying the waters off the Sonoma County coastline in search of one of the most prized items anybody can put on the dinner table — abalone — are reporting dead or ...
Last summer holiday weekend: A real hurrah, fish for free
Thursday Sep 01 2011
It used to be that schools fired up after Labor Day weekend. That allowed families to have a full getaway weekend for the holiday.Although it’s still a three-day weekend for ...
A lifejacket is required for each person aboard
Tuesday Aug 23 2011
There’s only one thing worse than not having a lifejacket aboard your boat, and that’s having a lifejacket that doesn’t fit properly.The law requires a lifejacket ...
Upland game clinic coming to Hastings Island in Rio Vista
Tuesday Aug 16 2011
If you mention upland game hunting, the first thing that comes to mind is pheasant, those imported, colorful Chinese chickens.But upland game consists of many more types of birds, ...
By the light of the silvery moon
Tuesday Aug 16 2011
DFG tries to reintroduce Lahontan Cutthroat to Lake Tahoe
Tuesday Aug 09 2011
The Department of Fish and Game hopes to reestablish a population of the true native Lahontan Cutthroat trout in Lake Tahoe, and 70,000 young fish made a big splashdown about a mon ...
Fish plants in Lake Tahoe greatly altered
Monday Aug 01 2011
It was reported here that the native minnow population in Lake Tahoe has seriously declined.Some may say, “So what?” But it means with a declining food source, the populations ...
Bait fish, minnow population down in Lake Tahoe
Saturday Jul 23 2011
The largest freshwater lake in the United States is partly in California. We share that lake with Nevada. It’s Lake Tahoe.People come from all over the world to see the lake. It' ...
Kayaker airlifted from American River
Thursday Jul 14 2011
A New Hampshire man is in serious condition after he was airlifted during a night rescue from the American River. News of the Tuesday night rescue was released Thursday afternoon ...
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