May 2024

SALMON BONANZA! CDFW Releases More Than 2 Million Chinook Into the Klamath

Recreational Fishing on the Klamath and Trinity Shut Down For the Second Consecutive Year

April 2024

‘We Must Do Better’: Rep. Jared Huffman Responds to Statewide Salmon Fishery Closure

March 2024

Gas Bubble Disease Claims Thousands of Fall-Run Chinook Salmon Fry in Klamath River, CDFW Reports

January 2024

(PHOTOS) Boats Leave Trinidad Harbor to Take Shelter in Eureka Waters Ahead of Big Storm

December 2023

CDFW to Lift Recreational Dungeness Crab Restrictions for North Coast on Dec. 16; Commercial Fishery Remains Closed

November 2023

Poor Meat Quality Delays Northern California’s Commercial Dungeness Crab Season Opener to Dec. 16

August 2023

GET YOUR CLAM ON! California Fish and Wildlife Says it is Once Again Safe and Legal to Harvest Razor Clams in Humboldt County

‘30,000 Salmon’ Art Installation Inspired by Klamath River Fish Kill of 2002 Reemerges at Morris Graves to Celebrate the Klamath Dam Removals

July 2023

MEET the SEASIDE WEAVERS! This Eureka Couple Repurposes Used Crab Pot Rope, Giving it New Life as a Doormat or Basket

June 2023

Get Your Swimming Trunks and Sunscreen! Freshwater Park’s Iconic Swimming Hole is Coming Back This Summer

March 2023

Yurok Tribe and Fishermen’s Associations Sue Feds Over Water Flow Reductions on the Klamath

Citing Increased Seismic Risk, PG&E Will Leave Spillway Gates Open at Scott Dam, Allowing More Springtime Water to Flow Into the Eel River

Facing Dismal Salmon Population Forecast, Fishermen’s Groups Call for Immediate Closure of Season, Request Disaster Assistance

February 2023

Tribes Warn of Further Risk to Endangered Coho Salmon as Feds Move to Cut Klamath River Flows

Yurok Tribe, Allies Get Federal Court Order Restoring Threatened Klamath River Water Flows

January 2023

Federal Plan to Cut Klamath River Flows Threatens Salmon Fishery, Local Tribes and Fishermen Warn

December 2022

(PHOTOS) Estuary Restoration Project on Mad River (Baduwa’t) Opens Acres of Fish Habitat, New Public Trail

August 2022

North Coast Conservation Groups File Lawsuit Against Federal Energy Regulators to Protect Threatened Eel River Fish Species

July 2022

Conservation Groups Blast PG&E For ‘Slow-Walking’ Dam Removal, Refusing Fish Protection Measures in Eel River

June 2022

Chinook Salmon Sport Fishing Season Opens July 1 on Portions of Klamath, Trinity Rivers

April 2022

[UPDATE: PG&E Responds] Environmental, Fishing Groups Submit Notice of Intent to Sue PG&E for Violating Endangered Species Act With Potter Valley Project on the Eel River

October 2021

Fresno County Judge Nixes Westlands Water District’s Federal Contract for Trinity River Water; Hoopa Valley Tribe Celebrates

August 2021

CLAM ON! After Five-Year Closure Due to Dread Domoic Acid, Local Razor Clams are Again Ready to Be Dug

July 2020

Junior Angler Reels in Monster Fish That May Be a Ruth Lake Record, Plans to Become a Pro Bass Fisherman

[CORRECTED] Ship Conducting Undersea Surveys Ordered to Pause Work Following Has Messy Conflict With Local Crab Fishermen

June 2020

Local Fishermen Reel in Monster Squid Off the Humboldt Coast

U.S. Supreme Court Refuses to Hear 18-Year-Old Klamath Water Rights Case, Upholding Tribal Primacy

April 2020

(AUDIO) ‘What a Joke.’ California Fish and Game Commission Bails on Public Conference Call After Discussion to Possibly Ban Sportfishing Turns Chaotic

November 2019

(SHELL)FISH ON! You May Once Again Safely Feast on Most Sport-Harvested Humboldt Bivalves (BUT NOT RAZOR CLAMS)

July 2019

NOAA Using Futuristic Sailing Drones to Study Fish Populations Along the North Coast

March 2019

Crabbers Could Feel the Pain as State Reaches Tentative Agreement With Environmental Group Over Whale Entanglement

February 2019

Let’s Take a Closer Look at This Big Fish Farm Proposal for the Samoa Peninsula

November 2018

Domoic Acid Levels Delay Recreational Dungeness Crab Season Between Patrick’s Point and Oregon Border; Season Opens Everywhere Else This Saturday

October 2018

Be Careful When Eating These Humboldt Bay Fish (And Just Go Ahead and Skip the Leopard Shark)

September 2018

For the Third Year Running, the Yurok Tribe Has Canceled Its Commercial Fishing Season

Tomorrow is Last Day for Sport Fishing at Mouth of Klamath River; Fall Chinook Quota Met for 2018 Season

August 2018

Mendo County Stakeholders Want to Take Over the Potter Valley Project, Which Diverts Water From the Eel; Local Enviros Say That Spells Trouble

New Groundfish Regulations Go Into Effect Next Week

July 2018

The CDFW Wants You to Fish Without a License This Saturday

May 2018

Hoopa, Yurok Tribes Win in Federal Court, Defeat Upstream Efforts to Curtail Klamath Water Releases

April 2018

Klamath River to Have ‘One of the Better’ Fall Chinook Runs in California This Fishing Season, CDFW Says

December 2017

Fish & Game Commission Shuts Down Recreational Abalone Fishing for Entire 2018 Season After Large Numbers Found Dead During Ocean Survey

September 2017

Public Invited to Help Plan for the Future of Humboldt’s Fishing Industry

August 2017

No License? No Problem: California Fish and Game Offers ‘Free Fishing Day’ This Saturday

Yurok Tribe Hails New Science Showing Spring-Run Klamath Salmon as Genetically Distinct; Development Could Lead to More Protection for Fish

May 2017

SALMON RUN: Starting Tomorrow, Long-Distance Runners Will Trace the Threatened Fishes’ Natural Path Up the Klamath and Trinity

Senator McGuire to Hold Hearing on Collapse of Local Salmon Fishery

April 2017

This Year’s Salmon Season All but Completely Shut Down on the North Coast, Says Fish and Game

February 2017

Hoopa Valley Tribe, Allies Win Big Legal Fight For Salmon-Saving Klamath River Flows

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