News

July 13, 2011

CalTrout Response to LA Times/Sacramento Bee Characterizations of Klamath Dam Removal Process

July 13, 2011
Note: The following is a reprint of a letter published in the Sacramento Bee and signed by: Steve Rothert (California director of American Rivers); Leaf Hillman
July 7, 2011

CalTrout Hosts Discussion of New Pit River Flows in Cassel on July 14

July 7, 2011
CalTrout is hosting a Pit River flows discussion on Thursday, July 14 at 7:30 PM at the old Clearwater House in Cassel. We’ve run a similar
July 7, 2011

Second Annual CalTrout/TU Casting Call a Capitol Success

July 7, 2011
CalTrout Emphasizes Threats to Fisheries in Legislator-Friendly Event Sacramento’s Capitol Lawn was home to CalTrout’s Second Annual Casting Call event, which on June 29th, brought together
June 28, 2011

Mammoth Creek EIR Approved

June 28, 2011
In May, the Mammoth Creek Environmental Impact Report was approved, paving the way for a restoration of Mammoth Creek’s habitat and fishery. Once given formal approval
June 24, 2011

Fly Fishermen Advised to Wade Carefully (or, That Next Step’s a Doozie)

June 24, 2011
High runoff on the Truckee River is making for a busy search & rescue team (from the Sacramento Bee): The Reno Fire Department’s water entry team
June 10, 2011

PG&E Says McCloud River Flows About to Increase

June 10, 2011
The McCloud River has been quite fishable so far this spring, but an end to the unseasonably cool springtime weather in the northern end of the
May 18, 2011

California’s Fly Fishermen Facing Snow/Water Pack 253% of Normal For This Date

May 18, 2011
California’s fly fishermen are facing a record snowpack and unseasonably cold spring weather — and a sizable spring runoff even that might render a lot of
May 17, 2011

Trinity River Loses A Best Friend: Byron Leydecker, 1927-2011

May 17, 2011
Last Thursday, California lost one of its coldwater fishery conservation giants, and the Trinity River lost perhaps its biggest “friend.” CalTrout is saddened to learn of
May 13, 2011

CalTrout’s 40th Anniversary: Where We’ve Been, Where We’re Going

May 13, 2011
This twelve minute video offers a striking look back at CalTrout’s early successes, and points the way forward: [vimeo]http://vimeo.com/23688047[/vimeo]  
May 12, 2011

Twenty Years After the Upper Sacramento River Spill, ABC News Interviews CalTrout’s Curtis Knight

May 12, 2011
“There are still some improvements to be made” said CalTrout’s Curtis Knight, speaking on the 20th anniversary of the Cantara Loop train derailment and Metam Sodium
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