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Key coho and steelhead streams like the Noyo River will get a big dose of restoration over the next several years.   By Sam Davidson The winter of 2015 is shaping up to be another historically dry "wet season" in California. California's stubborn drought -- now in its fourth year -- is hard on [ READ MORE... ]
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Ryan Maddux celebrates his new lifetime fishing license at the 2015 San Joaquin River Fishing Derby.   By Sam Davidson Few smiles light up an angler’s face more than landing a nice trout – except the smile of an angler who has just had a nice day of fishing and, before he goes home, wins a free [ READ MORE... ]
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Native Lahontan cutthroat habitat, Trout Creek Mountains   By Daniel Hossfeld For the last five years TU has been working with the University of Nevada, Reno, the University of California, Davis, and California Trout to better understand how different restoration and management actions affect in- [ READ MORE... ]
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Headwaters of Rough Creek, the Bodie Hills   By Jessica Strickland California’s Eastern Sierra is well known for its hot springs, hog trout and eerie, desolate landscapes. It attracts anglers from around the world to fish the Owens and Walker Rivers, and just outside the town of Bridgeport on the [ READ MORE... ]
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By Sam Davidson   You might have heard that California is slogging through a drought. The worst drought in more than 150 years, actually. What are the implications for TU’s conservation work in the Golden State? The bottom line is, while the results of our efforts to protect, restore and sustain [ READ MORE... ]
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By Sam Davidson   California is renowned for its natural treasures. The most ecologically diverse state is famous for its beaches, mountains, deserts and rivers. And today, October 10, 2014, one of those treasures – the San Gabriel Mountains -- was deservedly designated our newest national monument [ READ MORE... ]
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Photo: Fishing the East Fork of the San Gabriel River.   By Jessica Strickland Trout Unlimited has been working for years to better protect and enhance the unique habitat values and fishing and hunting opportunities in the San Gabriel Mountains, straddling the two most heavily-used “urban” national [ READ MORE... ]
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Fifty years' worth of subsidence in California's Central Valley due to groundwater overdraft. By 1970, subsidence of more than 1 foot had affected more than half of the valley — and in some areas had reached 28 feet.   EDITOR'S NOTE: Late in the day on August 29, the California legislature passed a [ READ MORE... ]
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California's historic drought, now in its third year, is causing massive habitat loss for trout and salmon. In the Lake Tahoe region, TU is doing whatever it takes to save local trout streams.   By David Lass It was only a matter of time before something terrible happened. California is in the grip [ READ MORE... ]
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The new-look California water bond will help boost flows and restore habitat in vital trout and salmon streams such as the Little Truckee River, the Klamath River, and the San Joaquin River. Update: on August 13 the California legislature overwhelmingly passed -- and Governor Brown signed -- the [ READ MORE... ]
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