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By Chandra Ferrari   Theodore Roosevelt once said, “[d]o what you can, with what you have, where you are.” Many colorful quotes have been attributed to him but this is one of my favorites. It cautions against waiting for the perfect situation and moment to arise before moving forward. You could be [ READ MORE... ]
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By Dave Lass   California's Central Valley grows more than just food. Putah Creek, which drains the southeastern end of the Berryessa Snow Mountain complex of public lands an hour west of Sacramento, grows monster wild rainbow trout. This is something many anglers have known for decades, and was [ READ MORE... ]
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Steven Kerrick in full field dress, Truckee River headwaters.   By Steven Kerrick For many, the backcountry calls up images of fine, uncrowded fishing in incredibly scenic places. But the term also suggests some remote, inaccessible place you have to hike multiple days or take a float plane to get [ READ MORE... ]
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Location: Northern California at the head of Lake Shasta Type of stream: Freestone Angling methods: Fly, Spin, Bait Species: Rainbow Access: Easy and ample Season: Year ‘round Supporting Services: Dunsmuir Short take: Greatest least fished trout river in America Handicapped Access: None Closest [ READ MORE... ]
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Location: East central California Type of stream: Spring Creek, tailwater Angling methods: Fly, spinning Species: Browns, Rainbows and Carp Access: Moderate Season: Late April through mid-November Supporting Services: Mammoth Lakes, Bishop Short take: More trout per mile than anywhere else in [ READ MORE... ]
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Location: Northcentral California Type of stream: Freestone above the dam, tailwater below Angling methods: Fly, spin, bait Species: Rainbows and browns Access: Moderate Season: Late April to mid-Nov. Supporting Services: Dunsmuir, Redding Short take: Home waters of the ‘bows we all know and love [ READ MORE... ]
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Location: Central California Type of stream: Freestone  Angling methods: Fly, Spinning Species: Rainbows and browns Access: Easy Season: Late April—mid Nov. Supporting Services: Kernville Short take: Where anglers come to prospect for wild gold Handicapped Access: None Closest Chapter: Sac Sierra [ READ MORE... ]
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There was suprisingly little debris for such a busy area.  We picked up what we could find and that amounted to about 4 full size garbage bags. The pick of the day was a large warning buoy that we winched back up the hill with two pickup trucks.   I would like to thank those that made it, as well [ READ MORE... ]
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On April 12th, as part of Creek Week, Sac-Sierra Trout Unlimited is hosting a cleanup day on Arcade creek. Later, we'll be at Carmichael Park for the Creek Week Celebration, with food and games, live music, and our Canvas Creek.   In the morning, our board member Bill Templin will  be leading the [ READ MORE... ]
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The Sac-Sierra Chapter of Trout Unlimited has been awarded an Embrace-a-Stream grant to begin work on a salmon and steelhead habitat restoration project on Secret Ravine in western Placer county.   Secret Ravine is a tributary of Dry Creek flowing within a few feet of Interstate 80, one of the [ READ MORE... ]
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