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June 18, 2012

CalTrout, TU Hold Casting Call On Tuesday, June 19

June 18, 2012
In an era where polarization makes it difficult for the two major political parties to meet on any issue, the CalTrout/Trout Unlimited Casting Call highlights the
June 14, 2012

In Memoriam: Bob Quigley

June 14, 2012
California Trout is saddened to learn that Bob Quigley — who created some of fly fishing’s most elegant (and copied) fly patterns and then tested them
June 13, 2012

In Memoriam: Bob Quigley

June 13, 2012
California Trout is saddened to learn that Bob Quigley — who created some of fly fishing’s most elegant (and copied) fly patterns and then tested them
June 6, 2012

Karuk Groundwater Study Says Overpumping Reducing Flows For Salmon In Scott River

June 6, 2012
A Karuk Tribe study of Scott Valley water says increased groundwater pumping is resulting in lower flows in the Scott River (which provides spawning habitat for
June 6, 2012

Karuk Groundwater Study Says Overpumping Reducing Flows For Salmon In Scott River

June 6, 2012
A Karuk Tribe study of Scott Valley water says increased groundwater pumping is resulting in lower flows in the Scott River (which provides spawning habitat for
June 5, 2012

Circuit Court Decision Says ESA Trumps 1872 Mining Act

June 5, 2012
In what will probably be viewed as a landmark decision, the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that suction dredge mining permits can’t be
May 21, 2012

Floating Robots Released Into California Waters (No, This Isn’t a Sci-Fi Post)

May 21, 2012
Small floating sensors — some of which are even self-propelled — are part of the Floating Sensor Project, which aims to collect data about California’s watersheds
May 14, 2012

Hatchery Salmon Damaging Wild Fish Stocks By Outcompeting Them For Food

May 14, 2012
Hatchery salmon stocks have long been used to “mitigate” the damage to wild salmon stocks caused by habitat loss, dams, water quality issues and others. A
April 13, 2012

Spring Storms Improve California’s Snowpack… A Little…

April 13, 2012
A string of spring storms (OK, those of us living through them have used far-less-charitable words) have moved the needle a little on California’s snowpack —
March 20, 2012

California’s Dismal Snowpack/Waterpack Numbers Tick Up Ever So Slightly

March 20, 2012
A weeklong series of storms have bumped California’s snowpack/waterpack up from the truly dismal to the depressing. The southern Sierras remain at only 37% of normal
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