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  • Opening of Commercial Rock Crab Fishery Extended to Sonoma/Mendocino County Line

    Opening of Commercial Rock Crab Fishery Extended to Sonoma/Mendocino County Line

    Following the recommendation of state health agencies, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) announced today that it has extended the area open to commercial rock crab fishing from the Sonoma/Mendocino County line (38° 46.1′ N. Lat., near Gualala, Mendocino County) south to the California/Mexico border.

  • A YAMAMOTO BAIT AND A SINGLE SPOT FOR A WIRE-TO-WIRE WIN FOR BUB TOSH AT WILD WEST BASS TRAIL DON PEDRO

    A YAMAMOTO BAIT AND A SINGLE SPOT FOR A WIRE-TO-WIRE WIN FOR BUB TOSH AT WILD WEST BASS TRAIL DON PEDRO

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    A lifetime of history on this particular Mother Lode fishery, a self-designed Yamamoto bait and some luck was the winning combination for Bub Tosh of Modesto, Calif. this past weekend at the 105 boat field of the Wild West Bass Trail (WWBT) 2018 stop on Don Pedro Reservoir presented by Tuolumne County and Black Oak Casino Resort.

  • Bonus Don Pedro Contingency and Added WWBT Invitational

    Bonus Don Pedro Contingency and Added WWBT Invitational

    The community support for the Wild West Bass Trail (WWBT) Pro/Am stop at Don Pedro Reservoir continues to grow as Black Oak Casino Resort  sweetens the pot with a bonus contingency and the Tuolumne County Visitor’s Bureau, Oakdale Tourism and Visitor’s Bureau and Stanislaus County Parks and Recreation welcomes the 2018 WWBT Dobyn’s Cup Challenge on Woodward Lake.

  • Reopening of the Mojave River Hatchery

    Reopening of the Mojave River Hatchery

    The Mojave River Hatchery in Victorville, northern San Bernardino County, has reopened after an extensive and much needed overhaul to promote more efficient trout production for anglers in Southern California.

  • Newly-filled Lake Perris in Riverside County is the next stop

    Newly-filled Lake Perris in Riverside County is the next stop

    Tons of flooded brush and new rock piles are now submerged and ready to fish in the Anglers Marine Customer Appreciation Tournaments

  • Seeking Nuisance Alligator Trappers

    Seeking Nuisance Alligator Trappers

    The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission's (FWC) Statewide Nuisance Alligator Program is accepting applications for contracted nuisance alligator trappers in Duval County.

  • VICTORY FOR SCOTT COUNTY HIGH AT FLW HIGH SCHOOL FISHING KENTUCKY OPEN ON LAKE CUMBERLAND

    VICTORY FOR SCOTT COUNTY HIGH AT FLW HIGH SCHOOL FISHING KENTUCKY OPEN ON LAKE CUMBERLAND

    The Scott County High School duo of Isaac Tackett of Jenkins, Kentucky, and Chase Clark of Georgetown, Kentucky, brought a five-bass limit to the scale Saturday weighing 9 pounds, 15 ounces to win the 2017 Bass Pro Shops FLW High School Fishing Kentucky Open tournament on Lake Cumberland. The win advanced the team to the 2018 High School Fishing National championship, held June 26-30, on a fishery yet to be revealed.

  • 18.02 to Win Clear Lake | Austin Oranje and William Plubell Take First at SAF

    18.02 to Win Clear Lake | Austin Oranje and William Plubell Take First at SAF

    3rd Annual Lake County Fishing Club tournament at Clear Lake.

  • Top-5 Lakes in Snohomish County to Catch Trophy Bass

    Top-5 Lakes in Snohomish County to Catch Trophy Bass

    So I made a little video on best places to fish in Snohomish county Washington state. Figured I share this info with any Wa angler on here and anyone who's coming up here for vacation or to live.

  • High Water and Unsafe Conditions Prompt Lassen County Fishing Derby Postponement

    High Water and Unsafe Conditions Prompt Lassen County Fishing Derby Postponement

    Due to safety concerns over high water and unsafe conditions, the annual Susan River Youth Fishing Derby will be postponed. Sponsored by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW), the 28th annual derby was scheduled to be held on Saturday, April 22 on the Susan River in Susanville, Lassen County.

  • Water diversion on streamflow and macroinvertebrates on small streams in Humboldt County

    Water diversion on streamflow and macroinvertebrates on small streams in Humboldt County

    CDFW Environmental Scientist Nicholas Simpson recently presented the results of an interesting study on the effects of water diversion on streamflow and macroinvertebrates on small streams in Humboldt County. Scientists wanted to know how water diversions.

  • Butte County Receives Local Spill Response Equipment

    Butte County Receives Local Spill Response Equipment

    The California Department of Fish and Wildlife Office of Spill Prevention and Response (OSPR) oversaw the delivery of oil spill response equipment and training for Butte County first responders today. Butte County is the fifth inland area awarded the spill equipment grant since OSPR expanded its preparedness activities statewide.