By Brian Johnson
Fannies and big browns: the Truckee River from Lake Tahoe to Trout Creek
Mikey Wier hoists a hefty brown from the "New Zealand" reach of the Truckee River. By Dave Lass
10 year old lands nice Klamath River steelhead. Photo courtesy Craig Nielson/Shasta Trout
TU's Brian Hines (L) accepts the 2014 Director's Achievement Award from Eric Larson, Region 3 Program Manager for the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.
TU's South Coast Chapter president Bob Blankenship helps search for southern steelhead in the lower Los Angeles River.
By Dave Lass It’s hard to imagine that a major river in the western United States, flowing next to an interstate highway for much of its length, and sporting an amazing population of trophy-class wild trout, would fly under the radar for many anglers.
By Steve Thao The San Joaquin River is California's second longest. It's also a river in recovery.
A successful angling team at the 2014 San Joaquin River Fishing Derby.
Today's water-sharing agreement bodes well for Klamath River salmon, steelhead and anglers. Photo courtesy Craig Nielsen/Shasta Trout Guides
The arid Great Basin landscapes of Nevada seem an unlikely place for any cold water fish, much less the world’s largest species of cutthroat trout. But much of the northern half of Nevada is, in fact, native range for the Lahontan cutthroat (Onchorhynchus clarkii henshawi).