Entries in steelhead (199)
The Fall edition of The Osprey , a journal published by the Federation of Fly Fishers steelhead committee, has been released and includes a number of informative articles.
--Deschutes River hatchery strays
--New BiOp analysis
--Oregon Forest Practices
--Wind River dam removal
--New Era for Osprey
--Alameda Creek Update
(Via: Osprey Steelhead News)
With generous funding from Patagonia Inc., this free, public presentation series will provide an overview of the federally endangered southern steelhead trout and highlight efforts to restore this iconic species to Southern California watersheds. The presentations will provide regional overviews of efforts to characterize, prioritize and highlight recent recovery efforts for steelhead trout with a focus on watersheds adjacent to the venue where the presentations will occur. The presentations will be as follows:
September 26 6:30 pm, Carpinteria State Beach
This presentation will focus on Carpinteria Valley Watersheds and will highlight the four recently completed steelhead projects.
October 24 5:30 pm, Minerva Club; W. Boone at Lincoln Street, Santa Maria CA.
In coordination with the Santa Maria Natural History Museum. This presentation will focus on the Santa Maria and Sisquoc River Watersheds.
November 4, 3:00 pm, Patagonia Inc., Grand Room, Ventura CA.
This presentation will focus on the Ventura and Santa Clara River Watersheds.
November 19 7:30. Solvang Library, 1745 Mission Drive.
In coordination with the Santa Ynez Valley Natural History Society. This presentation will focus on the Santa Ynez River Watershed.
Date & Location TBA – Gaviota Coast.
This presentation will focus on the Gaviota Coast (Jalama to Goleta) Watersheds.
Y.C. puts the wood, in this case a Bob Clay Riverwatch spey rod, to a large B.C. steelhead.
How large? 41 inches, 25 pounds.