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By Tim Frahm When steelhead and tractors occupy the same piece of stream, tractors typically win… and steelhead don’t. Sometimes, however, we need to stand up and cheer when we find big excavators, dirt trucks and earth-movers driving up and down in a riverbed.  Such a time is now for the Carmel [ READ MORE... ]
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By Jessica Strickland California has the most diverse variety of trout of any state in the continental U.S. There’s a good reason for this: the Golden State has the most varied climate and ecology of any of the Lower 48 states. But since the Gold Rush era a massive amount of cold water habitat in [ READ MORE... ]
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By Sam Davidson There’s a little gambling going on right now in an obscure coastal stream in Mendocino County, California, called Pudding Creek. No one is throwing dice or yanking on a one-armed bandit here. We are talking habitat restoration. And the habitat restoration game always involves a bet [ READ MORE... ]
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This graphic of a tributary to the Eel River shows the intense marijuana cultivation typical of many drainages in California's Emerald Triangle. The large red circles indicate outdoor grows of more than 100 plants and the pot farms in this drainage alone require more than 15 million gallons of [ READ MORE... ]
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Shasta Summer Trout Fishing Area Steams Are Ok By Jack Trout, on July 9th, 2015 Certificate of Excellence          2014 & 2015 WINNER                                                                              STEELHEAD SIGN UPS FOR KLAMATH * TRINITY  & LOWER SAC [ READ MORE... ]
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This steelhead didn't make it out of the Pajaro River, on California's central coast, before it dried up.   July 16, 2015. Today, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 2898, the Western Water and American Food Security Act, a bill largely driven by members representing California’s Central [ READ MORE... ]
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By Sam Sedillo   A child will never forget the first time he or she goes fly fishing. This truism was evident as Trout Unlimited hosted its third annual Sierra Trout Camp at the University of California Berkeley’s Sagehen Creek Field Station in the Tahoe National Forest on July 11. Twenty boys [ READ MORE... ]
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After working for Trout Unlimited for eight years, one thing I know to be true is that TU members often share their passion for conservation and fishing with their spouses, partners and children. I certainly do. This image is of my daughter's first fish. Her rod was given to her by the TU Utah [ READ MORE... ]
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By Sam Davidson “The thing about salmon is…they go back where they’re born.” So say elementary school students at the Whitethorn School in southern Humboldt County, California. They’re right: coho salmon, and often the coastal steelhead with which they share habitat, return to their natal streams [ READ MORE... ]
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By Sam Davidson It’s tough times in California right now, water-wise. The Golden State is more like the Vermilion State – that being the color of extreme (or even exceptional) drought conditions in much of the state, in maps such as this. California’s salmon, steelhead, and trout are suffering as [ READ MORE... ]
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