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).
California's drought has reduced fishing opportunities in some streams, but obviously not in others. A fine 'bow caught recently in a Gold Country stream. By Sam Davidson
Jessica Strickland loves her some carp on the fly. By Jessica Strickland
2014 San Joaquin River Fishing Derby a "tremendous success"
Grand Prize Drawing winner Andrew Garcia celebrates his Lifetime Fishing License with Madera City Councilman Donald Holley.
California acts to help people, and fish, in response to current drought
Thanks to 80,000 gallons of new storage tanks installed by TU, the students of Whitethorn School in Humboldt County, CA, no longer have to compete with native Mattole River coho salmon for water during the dry season.
Backcountry fishing at its best in the Sierra National Forest.
Klamath River fishing.
TU, USGS earn Partners in Conservation Award for Lahontan cutthroat restoration work
John Zablocki, TU's Lahontan Conservation Coordinator, and Cindy Noble, president of the Feather River TU Chapter, join Gary Scoppettone of the USGS in accepting the Partners in Conservation Award.