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Anglers are asked to help in survival of sturgeon
Wednesday Dec 14 2011
Sturgeon are big fish, a specie that dates to prehistoric times. It’s a fish that certainly won’t win any beauty contests. In fact, they’re quite ugly.It’s ...
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 ...
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. ...
Saving the bloated rock cod that are prohibited to keep
Thursday Sep 29 2011
It’s a common problem when you’re drifting in the ocean, letting your shrimp flies down into the depths. When your bait is down there and a fish bites, until you bring ...
Lake Almanor, and its trophy fishing, beckons
Friday May 27 2011
As a youngster, I remember often getting away with the family. Mostly it was weekend trips, but occasionally, a week outing occurred. You’d find a likely spot and, with the vehic ...
Millions of baby salmon already released from Nimbus Hatchery
Friday May 06 2011
A few thousand salmon find their way back to their home stomping grounds each year, the Nimbus Hatchery. When they return, it’s the end of their life cycle.To propagate future ge ...
Salmon season dates are set for area rivers
Tuesday Apr 26 2011
It was reported in our last column that offshore salmon fishing season dates had been set and, without fail, the California Department of Fish and Game mirrored those set by the Pa ...
Fed sets final season dates for offshore salmon fishery
Friday Apr 22 2011
All fishing in offshore waters is totally controlled by the federal government, specifically, the Pacific Fisheries Management Council. This agency sets, for example, the season da ...
Big increase in state’s salmon population predicted
Tuesday Mar 22 2011
State biologists are predicting excellent news for anglers who have been restricted from doing much salmon fishing. It appears we may go back to a “normal” population of Chinoo ...
Ice fishing dangers are few, but worth noting
Monday Feb 14 2011
Last week, this column was dedicated to how to go about boring a hole through the frozen surface of a high Sierra lake and fishing for trout.Any potential danger to venturing onto ...
DFG's new process for buying a fishing license is a big hassle
Tuesday Dec 21 2010
Have you gone to your local sporting goods store to purchase a fishing license as a stocking stuffer for Christmas? All fishing licenses expire Dec. 31. I went to store af ...
California wardens are in the spotlight on TV program
Thursday Dec 16 2010
Think California wardens have it easy? Think they just drive around getting fat and lazy on the job, out there just to harass the general hunting and fishing public?If you have cab ...
Trout plants come in all sizes
Tuesday Sep 14 2010
The California Department of Fish and Game has planted catchable-sized trout in waters throughout the state for decades. Environmental groups have questioned the plants with the pr ...
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