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  • Coho Restored and Flooding Reduced with Habitat Project

    Coho Restored and Flooding Reduced with Habitat Project

    Juvenile coho salmon use estuaries to eat and grow before migrating to the ocean. Photo: USFWS/Roger Tabor

  • Project Restores Coho and Reduces Flooding

    Project Restores Coho and Reduces Flooding

    Juvenile coho salmon use estuaries to eat and grow before migrating to the ocean. Photo: USFWS/Roger Tabor

  • Wildlife Corridors at Yolo Bypass Will Help Animals Escape Flooding

    Wildlife Corridors at Yolo Bypass Will Help Animals Escape Flooding

    CDFW’s Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area serves two critical – but sometimes competing – needs. The 16,670 acres of riparian and agricultural habitat in Yolo County provide a refuge and an all-you-can-eat buffet for migratory waterfowl and resident wildlife to the west of Sacramento and the increasingly urbanized surrounding communities.

  • B.A.S.S. Reschedules First Central Open Because Of Heavy Rains, Flooding

    B.A.S.S. Reschedules First Central Open Because Of Heavy Rains, Flooding

    Because of heavy rains, major flooding and unsafe navigational waters in the Atchafalaya Basin, B.A.S.S. — working with local officials — has elected to reschedule the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Central Open to fall 2016.

  • Try Bumping Stumps with Crankbaits after Fall Flooding

    Try Bumping Stumps with Crankbaits after Fall Flooding

    It won't be too long before the first big rains of fall start up around the country, and before bass make their transition to the very backs of creeks.

  • Historic Flooding Affects OK Fishing, Wildlife Areas

    Historic Flooding Affects OK Fishing, Wildlife Areas

    Many public hunting and fishing areas managed by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation have sustained damage from the historic flooding that has engulfed many sections of the state this month. Especially hard-hit are fishing areas at the Lower Mountain Fork River below Broken Bow reservoir and roads and camping sites at Blue River Public Fishing and Hunting Area north of Tishomingo.