Warming

Sort:
Limit:

  • 5 tips for multi-species success in warming waters

    5 tips for multi-species success in warming waters

    The natural world bristles with life in the spring. Your lawn’s formerly brown grass transitions to a lush, vibrant green. Bare branches on trees and shrubs become dressed wardrobes of blossoms and leaves. And beneath the water’s surface, once dormant shallows now teem with life, from the smallest insects to the largest aquatic predators, as the sun’s powerful photons drag water temperatures out of their wintertime lows.

  • Comprehensive Delta Fishing Report | Warming Weather February 10

    Comprehensive Delta Fishing Report | Warming Weather February 10

    By

    As water temps reach mid-fifties the black bass bite is getting started! Most Blackie anglers are sticking with jigs and slow rolling blades searching ledges near sparse tuie flats.

  • Comprehensive Delta Fishing Report | Still Winter But Water's Warming Feb 2

    Comprehensive Delta Fishing Report | Still Winter But Water's Warming Feb 2

    By

    Delta Report…. Super Weekend for Diamondback Anglers. West Delta anglers will line up throughout the area for this year’s huge Super Bowl Sturgeon Derby. This target length event draws anglers from All Over the West. The action Starts at 7am Saturday AM the announcement of the Target length.

  • Comprehensive Delta Fishing Report | Cold but Water's Warming January 20

    Comprehensive Delta Fishing Report | Cold but Water's Warming January 20

    By

    Photo from RiverPoint Landing at Ladds It's still cold out there but the water is warming. Delta Report…. Bait fishing Stripers Sturgeon Solid water warms and spurs Black Bass a bit

  • Fishing Winter Warming Trends with Andrew Upshaw

    Fishing Winter Warming Trends with Andrew Upshaw

    By

    I love those times when the air temperatures go from the 50’s to the 70’s, in winter. These are the times when I feel like I can really take advantage of the nature of bass, and truly catch big ones

  • NOAA Warns of Continuing Species Shifts Due to Warming Oceans

    NOAA Warns of Continuing Species Shifts Due to Warming Oceans

    Changes impact local fishing communities, resource management Scientists using a high-resolution global climate model and historical observations of species distributions on the Northeast U.S. Shelf have found that commercially important species will continue to shift their distribution as ocean waters warm two to three times faster than the global average through the end of this century. Projected increases in surface to bottom waters of 6.6 to 9 degrees F (3.7 to 5.0 degrees Celsius) from current conditions are expected.

  • Warmer air and sea, declining ice continue to trigger Arctic change

    Warmer air and sea, declining ice continue to trigger Arctic change

    Fish and walruses moving in face of new challenges - A new NOAA-sponsored report shows that air temperature in 2015 across the Arctic was well above average with temperature anomalies over land more than 2 degrees Fahrenheit above average, the highest since records began in 1900. Increasing air and sea surface temperatures, decreasing sea ice extent and Greenland ice sheet mass, and changing behavior of fish and walrus are among key observations released today in the Arctic Report Card 2015.