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Netarts Bay

Oct 11, 2014
Netarts Bay

Back to the foggy coast for today's photo...salmon fishing in Netarts Bay. When I was hiking along Netarts River I ran into a fisherman catching trout. I should have asked him about the salmon. At some point soon they should enter the river. I imagine ...

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Salmon Season

Sep 2, 2014
Salmon Season

Back to the mouth of the Columbia for today's photo, which was taken on the bridge between Washington and Oregon, thanks to a construction flag stop. I remember reading that salmon season was beginning here, and I also remember reading that it would be...

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Sac Foodies
2014 Food Trends

Jun 5, 2014
2014 Food Trends

What do Sriracha, Ginger, and Gluten-Free products have in common? (Don’t worry, it’s not a daringly obscure recipe combining them.) In fact, the three are among the top food trends for 2014, finding their way into trendy restaurant dishes, Pinterest recipes and flying off grocery store shelves. Haven’t tried them yet? Here are some...

Game to 100
Op-ed: Salmon show more sense than almond growers

May 12, 2014

I’m rooting for beleaguered salmon and steelhead to get through the third year of California’s drought without taking a serious hit to their ever-diminishing numbers. These marvelous creatures flourished in the Sacramento River system until the combined effect of dams, … Continue reading

YubaNet.com
Local salmon smolts get lift to San Francisco Bay to help them avoid predators

Apr 8, 2014
Local salmon smolts get lift to San Francisco Bay to help them avoid predators

April 7, 2014 - California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) biologists and the Commercial Salmon Trollers Advisory Committee are continuing an experimental project to help California's ocean-bound juvenile salmon, in hopes of increasing survival rates. On April 8, for the third year, CDFW staff will fill a boat with approximately 100,000 young Chinook...

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YubaNet.com
Service to Release Endangered Winter Chinook Salmon to the Sacramento River February 10

Feb 10, 2014

Sacramento February 10, 2014 – Approximately 193,000 broodyear 2013 winter Chinook salmon reared at Livingston Stone National Fish Hatchery (NFH) in Shasta City, Calif., will be released Monday, February 10 into the Sacramento River at the Caldwell Park boat launch (river mile 299) in Redding, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced today.

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The State Hornet
American River remains dry as water flows limited by drought

Jan 28, 2014

As the warm morning sun shines on the American River reflecting the barren trees and sprawling shrubs from the surrounding area, Sacramento State students cross the Guy West Bridge and descend down into the aptly named Riverside Courtyard. ...

AccessLocal.TV
Video: Healthy baked salmon

Fish is a healthy dinner dish, good for any day of the week. Watch this video to find out how to make simple, healthy baked ...

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Stealth Cooking
Recipe: Easy, healthy salmon quesadillas

Apr 30, 2013
Recipe: Easy, healthy salmon quesadillas

Here's a quick dinner, ideal for those nights when there's not much time to spend in the kitchen. Truth be told, I broke my foot a couple of weeks ago, and find that any time in the kitchen is too much! Consequently, I've been mastering quick, quick th...

Stealth Cooking
Recipe: Salmon cakes

Apr 6, 2013
Recipe: Salmon cakes

I look at a number of places when I need some inspiration: blogs, books, magazines. A frequent source for new ideas is Cooking Light magazine. It's especially fun because in addition to receiving it myself, I give the magazine as a gift to my daughters...

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