Action Alert! Ask San Francisco to do its part to protect salmon and the environment.
If you live in San Francisco, or have family or friends that do, please help us urge San Francisco Mayor London Breed to hire a new general manager to run the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission who reflects San Francisco’s values and leadership in protecting the environment and the City’s salmon fishing industry.
Dave Hurley’s Salmon Tip of the Week
Monterey/Santa Cruz: The salmon bite on the mooching trips slowed down this week with the Check Mate returning with 3 salmon for 12 anglers on Tuesday…
Lake Berryessa: The wind played havoc on the lake this week, and the kokanee and king salmon scattered out after being previously concentrated in the northern portion of the lake…
All the major salmon rivers in California are now dammed, cutting off access to habitat and the natural flows salmon need to survive. River banks, side channels, and floodplains, all needed to rear salmon, have been badly altered.
Restoring some semblance of more natural river conditions, with adequate cold water flows, and bank, side channel and floodplain habitat is needed to restore salmon. Maximizing hatchery production is needed to keep the industry viable.
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