Streamkeeper's Blog

The Streamkeeper's bLog is California Trout's monthly newsletter. Hear from Curtis Knight, our Executive Director and learn the latest news and events from California Trout. Not receiving our newsletter? Stay up to date with California Trout by subscribing to our mailing list.

The Watershed Review


Over the last three years, California Trout has increased capacity and doubled its impact on the ground. Our working model continues to get stronger. Starting with a foundation in science, we implement proof-of-concept projects and scale up success through policy and partnerships to achieve our mission of ensuring resilient wild fish in healthy waters for a better California.

Annual Report


In our Annual Report we highlight the achievements your support made possible over the past year and provide details of our sound fiscal landscape.

The Current

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In the CalTrout Spring 2022 issue of the Current, our cover story dives into why collaboration is key in our conservation efforts. We also travel to Pescadero Marsh for a tour of our fish tracking work. Our Legal & Policy team covers the recent legal actions taken to advance removal of the Eel River dams. And a Los Angeles youth fisherman shares the importance of engaging young people in fishing and preserving urban natural spaces. Check out all the stories and enjoy!
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SOS II: Fish in Hot Water

SOS II: Fish in Hot Water

The foundation of State of the Salmonids II: Fish in Hot Water is based on 32 rigorously researched, peer-reviewed biological and ecological species accounts prepared by Dr. Peter B. Moyle, Patrick J. Samuel, and Dr. Robert A. Lusardi. Each account has been externally reviewed and is published as Salmon, Steelhead, and Trout in California: Status of Emblematic Fishes, Second Edition.

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Tight Lines: A History of California Trout

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Published in 2016, “Tight Lines – A History of California Trout” celebrates our first 45 years, reflecting on how we began and what we have accomplished. This book touches on our achievements and on the impact we’ve had on California’s trout, salmon and steelhead, and the waters that support them.

Press Releases

Here is where you can find official statements from California Trout.