Early February 2014: annual steelhead kill, Pescadero Creek lagoon By Tim Frahm Consider the Pescadero Dilemma.
California imposes emergency, temporary fishing closures to protect salmon and steelhead from drought impacts
The Steelhead Whisperer won't be able to fish his beloved home water for steelhead for a while under today's temporary closure of California coastal streams to fishing to protect salmon and steelhead from drought impacts. By Sam Davidson
Sam Moua hefts a beauty from the Kings River. By Steve Thao On any given day, if you are fishing on the San Joaquin or Kings rivers around Fresno, California, you are likely to see other anglers – and a majority of them will be Hmong.
GRTU president Mark Dillow in his element on the Guadalupe River. By Sam Davidson Trout Unlimited has 4,000 members in Texas, all part of one Texas-sized chapter: Guadalupe River TU (GRTU).
The optimistic steelheader. By Tim Frahm For a guy who looks forward to throwing a line at rolling coastal steelhead, this year has been pretty tough here on the central coast of California.
The Steelhead Whisperer communicating with his beloved chrome on California's Central Coast. By Sam Davidson
Klamath breakthrough is a boon for fish, waterfowl and sportsmen
Brian Johnson loves him some salmon. By Sam Davidson
TU's Rene Henery (L) with TU California Council chairman-elect John Sikora, at the 2013 Fresno SalmonFest. By Sam Davidson
Teachers love trout, too: Feather River TU hosts TIC training
Alan Morrison explains tank set-up at Feather River TU's recent TIC workshop. By Cindy Noble Plumas County, California, is a little slice of “trout paradise.”