Protect the Best

May 10, 2021

California Senator Alex Padilla Introduces the CA Public Lands Act

May 10, 2021
 by Analise Rivero, CalTrout Policy Associate Protecting Unique and Beautiful Landscapes by Investing in California (PUBLIC Lands Act) CalTrout is thrilled to see that California’s newest
September 28, 2020

Protecting The Best For Generations To Come

September 28, 2020
As wildfires continue to threaten California’s fish, water, and people, the need for legislative protection is as critical now as ever. Over the past few weeks, we
August 28, 2020

South Fork Eel River Adult Salmonid Sonar Monitoring Program Project Update

August 28, 2020
The South Fork Eel River is a salmon and steelhead stronghold and represents the best opportunity to restore wild fish abundance. This stretch of river has
August 17, 2020

Exclusive Screening: PUBLIC TRUST film by Patagonia

August 17, 2020
Join us on Tuesday 8/25 at 6pm for an exclusive virtual screening of the new film PUBLIC TRUST by Patagonia. This film has not been released
August 12, 2020

Last Chance to Submit Public Comment for Inland Trout Fishing Regulations

August 12, 2020
Last Chance to Submit Comments by Friday The California Fish and Game Commission will be meeting next week for the second time as part of the
July 14, 2020

Senator Kamala Harris Introduces the Waters for Tomorrow Act

July 14, 2020
Healthy Waters for a Better California Thanks to leadership from Senator Kamala Harris and built on a similar effort from Congressman Jared Huffman, the Waters for
July 9, 2020

Protecting the Clean Water Act

July 9, 2020
Protecting Clean Water Fish. Water. People. California Trout was started by a group of activist anglers who realized the need for focused local activism on the
June 26, 2020

Protect the Best

June 26, 2020
June 23, 2020

CA Fish and Game Commission Will Meet June 24 – 25 to Discuss New Trout Fishing Regulations

June 23, 2020
Last winter, CalTrout engaged the fishing community to weigh in on the inland trout fishing regulation simplification process led by the California Department of Fish & Wildlife
April 29, 2020

SF Eel River – Fish Counts Are Low But Hopes Are High

April 29, 2020
“Times are changing in the world of salmon assessment on the Eel River as technology provides more accurate counts than people can, with sonar in the
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