Feather River Fishing Report – Marysville, California

December 10, 2019 Gintulis 0

First federally designated “wild and scenic” river – that is the distinction held by the Feather River.  Starting near Beckwourth, California, the river flows through to Lake Oroville. At the upper end the river is gentle and welcoming. By the time you approach the lower reaches, the waters are cascading through step canyons, complete with…

Kern River Fishing Report, California

December 6, 2019 Gintulis 0

The North Fork and South Fork of the Kern Wild and Scenic River is located within a four-hour drive of more than one-third of the population of southern California. With its range of elevation, topography and vegetation, it offers a broad spectrum of recreation opportunities for all seasons of the year. Principal outdoor recreation activities…

Muskegon River Fishing Report | Steelhead Trout Salmon Muskegon River

December 5, 2019 Gintulis 0

Fresh batch of bright Steelhead just showed up the past couple days. Lots of action and activity with Steelhead and Resident trout.  Fishing has been excellent. November is my favorite month of the year for great Steelhead fishing. Muskegon River Steelhead Fishing Reports – Heavy snow last night made for some epic Steelhead fishing today…

McKenzie River fishing Report, Oregon

December 2, 2019 Gintulis 0

One of the region’s most popular rivers for white water rafting and float boating, the McKenzie also offers easy access to world class trout and steelhead fishing. At this site, just 30 minutes east of Springfield on Highway 126, don’t be suprised if you find yourself sharing the water with osprey, great blue herons, and…

Rogue River Fishing Report – Rogue River, Oregon

December 1, 2019 Gintulis 0

The Rogue River begins near Crater Lake and flows 215 miles through the mountains and valleys of southwest Oregon emptying into the Pacific Ocean at the town of Gold Beach. Rushing from the Cascade Range, the river glides into the Rogue Valley floor, drifting peacefully past cities and towns and agricultural lands. The Wild and…

Klamath River Fishing Report – Klamath, California

November 29, 2019 Gintulis 0

More than a river, the Klamath is part of a regional watershed that includes three of its principal tributaries – Wooley Creek, Scott River and the Salmon River.  It is one of only three rivers that bisect the Cascade Mountain Range, traversing a wide range of topography from high desert to coastal rain forest. Beginning…

Lake County, Ohio Fishing Report – Lake Metroparks

November 22, 2019 Gintulis 0

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Sport Fishing Licenses and Report Cards

November 19, 2019 Gintulis 0

Q: Who needs a sport fishing license? A: Any person who is 16 years of age or older must possess a valid sport fishing license when taking any fish, shell fish, reptile, or amphibian in California (Fish and Game Code Section 7145). Fish and Game Code Section 86 defines take as: hunt, pursue, catch,…