Posts Tagged 'Fishing'

Recreational salmon sport-fishing season set to open on June 26

After much debate and deliberation, the California Department of Fish and Game have announced the 2021 start and end dates for recreational ocean salmon fishing season. Chinook salmon sport fishing in our coastal areas (from Point Arena to Pigeon Point) will be allowed from June 26 through October 31, seven days a week. The limit remains at two salmon per person per day with a minimum size of 20 inches. To read the entire article, […]

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Families and fishing fans invited to Bass Pro Shops fishing event

Families and fishing fans of all ages are invited to join the fun at The Bass Pro Shops US Open National Bass Fishing Amateur Team Championships on Lake Mead on April 24. During the event, 250 two-person teams will be fishing for their cut of the $4.3 million guaranteed purse value. While anglers are competing on the water, the general public is invited to participate in the excitement taking place on the broad banks of […]

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Fishing report: Cool weather slows fishing, stalls runoff

Some anglers had a hard time getting out last week between the windy weather and storms, but if you were one of the lucky ones that wasn’t blown off the water there were some opportunities to catch fish. As is typical for early spring some rivers that were swelling last week are now much more fishable. Now is the time to enjoy the region’s rivers and creeks before runoff. Some of the rivers that look […]

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J.B. Webb — Later has become better for fishing

Charlie and I had been going fishing early for awhile. Most of the time we didn’t catch many, if any. Charlie has been busy lately and so I went by myself. Most times I can catch at least one, but fishing for bass now is hit and miss. If I wanted to catch a fish now, I would go north or west. The reason these areas being better is the sun shines on them more. […]

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Love of bass fishing spawns teen’s business on Clear Lake

Josh Adams is a senior at Cloverdale High School, but he’s already running his own business as a bass fishing guide on Clear Lake in Lake County, sharing his considerable experience and immeasurable enthusiasm with anglers of all ages. The 18-year-old has been fishing since he was a kid, picking up tips and techniques from his dad, Jerod, during their many adventures together. Lake Sonoma is 15 minutes from their home; Clear Lake is within […]

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’Tough fishing’ doesn’t mean no fish; top pro advice for landing ‘em

When the fishing gets slow during the hot summer months we call it the “summer doldrums.” But during the winter months, when the fishing gets slow, we just call it tough fishing. And that is what we are experiencing right now. Tough fishing! The offshore fishing is as tough as it can get. But for the fishermen willing to put their time in and try as many techniques as possible, some quality fish can be […]

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