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Permanent Flows Ordered to Restore Owens River Gorge

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After decades of court proceedings, the Owens River Gorge has begun to receive additional water to help restore historic fish populations and increase fishing opportunities. The Mono County Superior Court recently approved an agreement between the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Mono County and the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power that will… Continue reading

Trout Unlimited – Los Angeles River

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Holiday Note – and let’s go fishing …. Seasons Greetings, hope your holiday shopping is done and you are enjoying the season. I’m planning on starting my shopping any day now, which methinks properly befits the man-fisher. If you managed to plan ahead I say kudos to you and I most definitely will be more… Continue reading

CDFW to Stock Trout at Reseda Park Lake in Los Angeles County

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Media Contacts: Janice Mackey, CDFW Communications, (916) 322-8908 Brian Young, Fishing in the City Coordinator, (562) 342-7148 Who: The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) When: Week of Dec. 15, 2014 Where: Reseda Park Lake – 18411 Victory Blvd., Reseda, CA What: CDFW will plant catchable rainbow trout at Reseda Park Lake in Los… Continue reading

San Joaquin River Access Guide: A portal for recreation and discovery

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Posted December 10, 2014 in Living Sustainably, Saving Wildlife and Wild Places For more than 15 years I have lived within a mile of the San Francisco Bay. However it recently dawned on me that I had never actually spent any time on the water exploring this place where Central Valley Rivers and the Pacific… Continue reading

Kern River Fly Fishing Report – Dec. 6th

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Source: http://kernriverflyfishing.com/cgi-bin/yabb/YaBB.pl?num=1219259719   The 20 mile roadside section of the upper Kern The upper river is fishing slow with the cold front that just moved in. Water temps on the upper river near Kernville this morning are 38 degrees, slowing fishing down until mid day when the water temps reach 45 degrees. Recommended Nymphs:Zebra Midge… Continue reading

Kern River Fishing Report – Nov. 7th

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Been itching to fish the Upper Kern but the latest data hasn’t been encouraging. There were two big fly fishing tournaments in the last month and the actual catching was very low. The winners caught just 7 trout (10/5)and 2 (11/2) trout in the one day tourneys. Many skilled fly fishers participated and they were… Continue reading

Sacramento-area scientists say salmon could live, even thrive, in the Yolo Bypass floodplain

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Project Nigiri explores how to make fish more sustainable Sacrament News and Review, By Alastair Bland   The fields of the Sacramento River floodplain generate much of the nation’s rice supply—but if managed just right, it seems they could also help produce wild fish. A two-year experiment led in part by UC Davis scientists has… Continue reading

Kern River Fly Fishing Report – Nov. 5th-13th

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  The 20 mile roadside section of the upper Kern The water is clear above Fairview dam,This section is starting to fish better with water temps dropping to 50 degrees above Fairview Dam. Rainbows and Browns above the dam are focusing on Ant patterns as well as small BWO nymphs and Caddis . Below Fairview,… Continue reading