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CDFW Plans Elk Capture in Siskiyou and Modoc Counties

Beginning this week and continuing through June 12, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) plans to capture as many as 30 elk calves in northeastern California. Rocky Mountain and Roosevelt elk calves will be captured in Siskiyou and Modoc
(More...) (Tuesday, May 23, 2017)

Bridgeport Reservoir Update

by KEN HOFFMAN / Kens Guide Service
Fishing Guide Ken Hoffman checked in from Bridgeport Reservoir in Bridgeport, CA.  For the past few days the Bridgeport Reservoir has been a great place to catch fish. We saw several people fishing from boats, bait an trolling.  The shore
(More...) (Monday, May 22, 2017)

BFEF Announcement

by KEN HOFFMAN - BFEF / Bridgeport Fish Enhancement Foundation
Ken Hoffman from BFEF checked in with an update! Bridgeport Reservoir has had some special stockings! Nov/Dec of 2016, Bridgeport Fish Enhancement Program (BFEF) stocked about 3400 1/2 - 1 pound reproducing browns in the West/East Walker and Bridgeport Reservoir.In April 2017,
(More...) (Monday, May 22, 2017)

Convict Lake Weekly Report

by CONVICT LAKE STAFF / Convict Lake Resort
The fishing picked up this week! Some nice fish were brought into the general store! This past weekend was busy and next weekend will be even busier.  Don't forget we are serving breakfast on the front lawn Friday-Monday. Our Executive
(More...) (Monday, May 22, 2017)

CDFW Climate Change Expert Honored for Innovation

Dr. Amber Pairis, director of the Climate Science Alliance-South Coast, recently received the U.S. Department of the Interior’s Climate Adaption Leadership Award for Natural Resources. The award recognized her inventive approaches to preparing Southern California for the effects of climate
(More...) (Monday, May 22, 2017)

Big flows still on the Truckee River

by MATT KOLES / Gilligan's Fly Service
We’re right around 3,800-4000 k every day here in the Hirsch. Better than 5,500 k, which it was just recently. 4,000 k opens up a little more water, but not much. Clarity is good and all, but the water is
(More...) (Sunday, May 21, 2017)

Davis Creek Pond Trout Update

by CHAD WOODS / Nevada Fish Reports
Today I decided to take the kids to the local ponds and try to catch some of the Rainbow Trout that were recently planted. We made a full lap around the pond looking for biting fish. As we
(More...) (Saturday, May 20, 2017)

Wilson Common Trout Report

by CHAD WOODS / Nevada Fish Reports
We headed over to Wilson Common today to try and catch some Rainbow Trout that had been recently stocked. We did see jumpers. The wind had picked up so the conditions were not optimal. I did speak to a gentleman
(More...) (Saturday, May 20, 2017)

Boca Kokanee Report

by JAMES NETZEL / Tight Lines Guide Service
Fishing Guide James Netzel from Tight Lines Guide Service checked in this afternoon with an update from Boca. Today we hooked over 50 Kokanee, but only managed 20 to the boat to 16.5". Huge Kokanee for this early in the
(More...) (Saturday, May 20, 2017)

5 Pound LCT

by CHAD WOODS / Sportfishingreport.com
The staff from Ernie's Tackle in downtown June Lake, CA checked in with an update from the Loop! Check out this 5 pound Cutthroat from Rush Creek this morning! Dakota Bokemrier from Palm Desert, CA on a chartreuse
(More...) (Saturday, May 20, 2017)

Beat the heat, come catch fish with Shaun's Guide Service

by SHAUN RAINSBARGER‎ / Shaun's Guide Service
Another beautiful day on Donner lake with awesome clients! We lost a few and got 6 macs and released 3 kokanee. We put one rod out for big fish and nothing happened. We put one rod out for kokanee and
(More...) (Saturday, May 20, 2017)

Beautiful Donner lake

by SHAUN RAINSBARGER‎ / Shaun's Guide Service
Goodnight day, great clients! Gvflures.com smoochies were the hot lure again. 
(More...) (Friday, May 19, 2017)

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