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How To Catch & Cook RAINBOW TROUT (River Fishing) | Field Trips with Robert Field

September 7th, 2021 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “How To Catch & Cook RAINBOW TROUT (River Fishing) | Field Trips with Robert Field”


In this episode I’m back on the White River in northern Arkansas with Cody Milton and Jennifer Maguire. After a disaster to start off the morning, we’re racing against the clock with some bad weather moving in, but the fish are still chewing. We decide to keep a few rainbow trout for dinner, and then I’m showing you an easy way to clean and cook them up in a dish that is sure to impress your friends.

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Fishing the BROWN TROUT Capital of the WORLD | Field Trips Arkansas

September 1st, 2021 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Fishing the BROWN TROUT Capital of the WORLD | Field Trips Arkansas”


In this episode, my girlfriend and I are linking up with Cody Milton, 2018 Kayak Bass Fishing Angler of the Year, to fish the best brown trout fishery in the world: the White River in northern Arkansas. We’re using a variety of lures in search of a true monster, and the fishing is absolutely insane. Watch as Cody and Jennifer put on a clinic, and find out if I’m finally able to outfish my girlfriend.

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Fly Fishing for BIG Rainbow Trout w/ the Girls | Field Trips Oklahoma

August 15th, 2021 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Fly Fishing for BIG Rainbow Trout w/ the Girls | Field Trips Oklahoma”


In this episode I’m taking my girlfriend Jennifer Maguire to one of my favorite fisheries on the planet: the Lower Mountain Fork River in Broken Bow, Oklahoma. We’re linking up with two dear friends of mine, Trey & Morgan Prater, to do some fly fishing for BIG rainbow trout. They’re both fun, hilarious fly guides out of Beaver’s Bend Fly Shop, and they’re putting us on some giants using a variety of flies and techniques.

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Eastern Sierra waters continue to receive fish plants

August 21st, 2020 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Eastern Sierra waters continue to receive fish plants”

EASTERN SIERRA MOUNTAINS–California’s Department of Fish and Wildlife has informed its stocking plan for the Eastern Sierras, granting trout to be embed in those areas despite the closure of three hatcheries.

The closed hatcheries, which were located in the Eastern Sierras and Southern California, afforded trout to reservoirs in Mono and Inyo counties. Those hatcheries- Mojave River, Black Rock and Fish Springs- were forced to shut down after they were adulterated with a bacterial outbreak. CDFW staff tried to treat those hatcheries, but the struggles were unsuccessful.

The outbreak lead to 3.2 million fish being euthanized. Each of the three hatcheries “mustve been” decontaminated, as well. Euthanizing the fish and decontaminating the hatcheries were necessary to stop the spread of Lactococcus garvieae.

Staff with the CDFW Hatchery Program made a “Plan B, ” which, according to a statement issued by CDFW, would “ensure that plant could continue in some capacity.”

CDFW staff accepted anglers were “understandably concerned about reduced fishing opportunity for the remainder of 2020 and into 2021. ”

“CDFW’s multiphase stocking program calls for the reallocation of fish from lower priority liquids in other parts of the state to the highest use oceans in areas normally planted by the depopulated hatcheries this time of year, ” CDFW staff said in a released account. “During’ phase one’( which began the last week of July and will run through mid-October ), 16 sea torsoes in the Inland Desert and South Coast fields is likely to be furnished with fish from the Moccasin Creek and San Joaquin hatcheries.”

The second phase begins in mid-October and will continue through early springtime. Southern California locales “wouldve been” stocked by the Fillmore Hatchery. Stocking will depend upon whether water temperatures cool down fairly for planting.

Phase three will take place in the spring and time of 2021; CDFW staff said the department would “address stocking for the trout openers and summertime angling opportunities” during phase three.

The list of seas- and how many fish would be seeded at each waterway- during the second and third phases is also being finalized by CDFW staff.

“The loss of 3.2 million fish is careening, but we absolutely recognize the importance of these fisheries, and we are doing everything we can to minimize the impact of this loss to anglers and local communities that depend on them, while balancing the needs of the rest of the state, ” Jay Rowan, CDFW’s statewide hatchery program manager, explained.

Hot Creek Hatchery near Mammoth, which was not affected by the bacterial eruption, will continue to plant trout at its Eastern Sierra spots as scheduled.

The three hatcheries affected by the outbreak are still being cleaned. CDFW staff said they hope to have all three hatcheries back online by the fall or winter of 2021.

Anyone who has questions or concerns about the outbreak should contact CDFW staff via email at hatcherybacteriainfo @wildlife. ca.gov.

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Bacterial outbreak forces state to euthanize hatchery fish

July 25th, 2020 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Bacterial outbreak forces state to euthanize hatchery fish”

SACRAMENTO–A tiny reces of the fish world was on the verge of experiencing a localized pandemic of its own- as if the worldwide spread of Coronavirus amongst humen( and the associated political discourse) hasn’t dominated headlines for the purposes of this report( and others ).

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife( CDFW) announced that the committee euthanized trout at three fish hatcheries in Southern California and the Eastern Sierras. State officials decided to euthanize the trout after a bacterial eruption changed 3.2 million fish, it was announced on July 20.

Mojave River Hatchery, Black Rock Hatchery and Fish Springs Hatchery were the three hatcheries where fish were euthanized. The hatcheries equip fish to CDFW’s South Coast and Inland Desert regions.

CDFW staff said here today action would “have a profound effect on CDFW’s ability to stock fish for anglers in[ Southern California and Inland Desert] spheres in the near future.”

“Euthanizing our hatchery stocks was not policy decisions we comes down to thinly, but it had to be done, ” Jay Rowan, an environmental program manager for CDFW hatcheries, said in a released evidence. “This bacterium is resistant to all the treatment alternatives we have available for fish. The fish losings were getting worse despite our therapies. The best alternative we have available that will get us back to embed fish from these hatcheries in the shortest timeline is to clear the raceways, thoroughly disinfect the facilities, and start over.”

The three hatcheries were placed under quarantine for more than one month, granting pathologists and hatchery staff to conduct tests and research potential therapy options.

“The outbreak of Lactococcus garvieae, which is similar to streptococcus, has been reported in cattle and poultry farms as well as fresh and saltwater fish and shellfish hatcheries all regions of the world, but had never before been detected in fish in California, ” CDFW staff said. “Research of treatment options employed under trout farms in Europe and other parts of the world show there is almost no chance for successfully eliminating the bacteria from a equipment without depopulation and disinfection.”

Common manifestations are associated with L. garvieae include projection hearts, lethargic/ inconsistent float and increased mortality. Fish can also be asymptomatic and register no signed of infection, depending upon water temperature and stress, are consistent with CDFW staff.

“Fish-to-human transmission of this bacteria is rare and unlikely but there are several documented instances associated with immunocompromised parties ingesting polluted raw fish and unpasteurized milk makes, ” CDFW staff stated.

Eastern Sierra’s Hot Creek Hatchery has tested negative for L. garvieae and is still providing plants for eight waterways in Inyo and Mono provinces, according to CDFW staff.

“CDFW is in the process of developing a modified stocking plan to reallocate fish from central and northern California hatcheries to a small number of high-pitched angler apply, easily accessible sprays in geographically different parts of the eastern Sierra and Southern California, ” CDFW staff stated.

Anyone who has questions about L. garvieae can reach out to CDFW staff via email at hatcherybackteriainfo @wildlife. ca.gov.

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Inyo County trout season is officially open

May 30th, 2020 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Inyo County trout season is officially open”

SACRAMENTO–The California Department of Fish and Wildlife( CDFW) approved Inyo County’s formal request to start its trout season. The season officially opened on May 28.

Inyo County’s 2020 trout opener was delayed because of the Covid-1 9 pandemic. CDFW initially mandated the season be delayed until at least May 31, but local officials requested the lag come to an end a few days earlier.

Mono County, which is just north of Inyo County, opened its trout season on May 23.

Anglers planned to head into the Eastern Sierras on April 25 to celebrate “Fishmas; ” April 25 was the originally scheduled date for this year’s trout season opener.

The April 25 date was pushed back to May 31 or last-minute because of the Covid-1 9 pandemic. Gov. Gavin Newsom, nonetheless, called for phase two of his re-opening plan to go into effect as the final days of May began to play out. Inyo County officials, accordingly, began the talks with the position to move forward with its 2020 trout opener.

The county received approval from the state’s Department of Public Health to open neighbourhood pools and waterways to fishing; the sanction was needed for CDFW to authorize a May 28 opener.

CDFW’s most pressing decision only applies to Inyo County.

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State allows Mono County trout opener to go forward

May 29th, 2020 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “State allows Mono County trout opener to go forward”

SACRAMENTO–Charlton H. Bonham, superintendent of the California Department of Fish and Wildlife( CDFW ), lifted the state’s restrictions on the Eastern Sierra fishing opener for Mono County, giving the trout opener to go forward.

The 2020 trout opener for Mono County was originally scheduled to take place on April 25, but the annual net happen known as “Fishmas” was delayed until May 31 because of the Covid-1 9 pandemic.

Anglers were allowed to begin fishing in Mono County as of May 23.

Bridgeport, June Lake and Lake Crowley are among the favourite angling ends within Mono County.

Fishing was not yet allowed in Inyo County, however. Inyo County is the other portion of the Eastern Sierras where “Fishmas” makes arrange yearly, during the last Saturday of April.

“In April, CDFW had discussions with county leadership viewing trout fishing, which typically chooses a high tourism influx to the area. Local officials were concerned about the transmission of Covid-1 9 and its full potential to place a strain on their healthcare systems, ” CDFW staff said in a liberated affirmation. “Further, all non-essential business including lodging, dining and tenting options were closed in compliance with state and local public health officers’ says. Thus, CDFW, in consultation with Fish and Game Commission President Eric Sklar, retarded the opener through May 31. ”

Mono County officials, however, supposedly wrote a letter to CDFW, urging the department to end the trout opener interruption and allow fishing to resume before May 31. The symbol was reportedly to be presented to CDFW the staff members of May 21.

“Mono County officials …[ revealed] that the county was approved from California Department of Public Health to move into the governor’s Phase Two, Stage Two Resilience Roadmap and would begin discussions of re-opening, ” CDFW staff said in a secreted account. “Though county officials solicited the opening on May 22, CDFW required one additional date for consultation and processing this seek, thus the delay in Mono County will expire at midnight on May 22, and fishing can resume on May 23. ”

Please contact CDFW at 916 -4 45 -7 600 for questions about the emergency declaration.

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Trout opener on hold after CDFW authorizes suspension/delay of recreational fishing

May 2nd, 2020 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Trout opener on hold after CDFW authorizes suspension/delay of recreational fishing”

SACRAMENTO–The Fish and Game Commission granted the director of the California Department of Fish and Wildlife( CDFW) authority to delay, suspend or restrict recreational fishing operations at certain regions of the state, if the action is necessary to “protect against the threat from COVID-1 9 based on state, federal, local and tribal public health the guidelines and public safety needs.”

Commissioners unanimously approved the temporary government during a teleconference join held on April 15. Commission staff stated the temporary award of authority to the CDFW director was necessary, “in order to prevent and mitigate public health risks that may arise when people travel or gather for trawl event.”

CDFW Director Charlton H. Bonham said the Fish and Game Commission’s action was never about a permanent statewide closure of sportfishing, but instead a temporary have responded to a public health emergency.

“I understand Californians desperately need the outdoors for solace, reinvigoration and spirituality, especially so right now, ” Bonham said. “The proposal was never about a statewide permanent shutdown. It is about being accept to regional needs in this public health emergency, where we must do all we can as Californians to help each other make it through this together. We intend to use this authority surgically and based on regional needs and knowledge.”

Fish and Game President Eric Sklar lent the threat of COVID-1 9 is expected to be significant until at least mid-May.

“Governor Newsom recently said we are looking forward a mid-May peak of COVID-1 9 and we must prepare for that spate, ” Sklar territory. “Today’s decision is a smart and responsible approach to be ready. It does not retard or curb specific fisheries or waters, but preferably plans us to expeditiously do so if needed to mitigate the spread of COVID-1 9. ”

Participating on the teleconference call were Sklar, Fish and Game Commission Vice President Samantha Murray and Commissioners Jacque Hostler-Carmesin, Russell Burns and Peter Silva.

The commission’s decision eventually leaves it up to California’s 52 counties to determine whether emergency measures should be implemented in response to the COVID-1 9 pandemic.

The authority to limit sportfishing activity would be in effect through May 31.

A region expected to be hard-hit by the commission’s decision: Eastern Sierra, which includes Alpine, Inyo and Mono provinces. This year’s Eastern Sierra fish opener was originally scheduled to start on April 25. Bonham said his department coordinated with officials in Alpine, Inyo and Mono counties to delay the Eastern Sierra angling opener until at least May 31.

“After talking with the province representatives, we agreed this was a necessary step toward being responsive to local needs in this public health emergency, ” Bonham said in a exhausted testimony. “These counties asked for our help, and we responded.”

The Eastern Sierras opens its annual net season on the final Saturday of April. The trout opener is generally applauded as “Fishmas.”

Trout season in other provinces was not affected by the department’s decision, are consistent with CDFW staff.

Some books of The Log weren’t happy with the commission’s decision.

Gail Wisniewski, in response to The Log’s April 19 affixing of this news story on Facebook, said the state’s decision was unacceptable.

“California is in the twilight zone. Glad we don’t have a boat there anymore, ” she wrote. “How is this acceptable? ”

Paul Ferber, in his April 11 have responded to a Twitter share of The Log’s report about the impending committee elect, said the state should expect a massive request for fish license refunds.

“Over 1 million fishermen is likely to be demanding a pay on their 2020 fishing permission if it’s shut down, ” Ferber said in his reply. “That’s a lot of money.”

Questions about the commission’s April 15 vote can be directed to Fisheries Branch Acting Chief, Roger Bloom; his email is Roger.Bloom @wildlife. ca.gov.

Read more: fishrapnews.com.

Rainbow trout now available at Dixon Lake

November 20th, 2018 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Rainbow trout now available at Dixon Lake”

ESCONDIDO — San Diego’s freshwater anglers have their looks on Escondido’s Dixon Lake, where 4,500 pounds of rainbow trout were furnished as of Nov. 14. The trout were stocked from Calaveras Trout Farm.

Dixon Lake will be hosting its 40 th annual Dixon Lake Trout Derby, Nov. 30 to Dec. 2. It’s the first trout weed of the season for Dixon Lake.

Also receiving rainbow trout flowers in November are Lake Jennnings( 2,500 pounds, Nov. 12, season opener ), Santee Lakes( 1,000 pounds, Nov. 16) and Lake Cuyamaca( 1,200 pounds, Nov. 20 ). Lake Jennings( 1,500 pounds, Nov. 26) and Santee Lakes( 1,000 pounds, Nov. 30) are furnished twice.

Anglers do not require a state angling permission to drop a line at Dixon Lake. A daily let from the lagoon, nonetheless, must be purchased.

Dixon Lake is open daily, except in cases of Christmas Day.

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