TRINITY RIVER



Captain Tony Sepulveda
 


 Dave Jacobs 530 646-9110

June 23, 2014    Headlines
Springers Push Into Trinity

The springers are pushing in and the bite is picking up on the Trinity river. On Monday 6-23 guide Dave Jacobs floated the middle section and had this to report
"The Trinity as we all know has started off slow but now with the river flows down, salmon are showing throughout the Trinity River. I am seeing salmon
on all of my drifts from Lewiston, Douglas City even Del Loma.  The lower river has many salmon moving through and I think there will be good salmon fishing well into July.  River flows will remain at 450 cfs for the Summer". He added this great picture of today's big fish below.

Reclamation Announces Final Schedule for Releases into Trinity River as Part of Restoration Program

REDDING, Calif. - The Bureau of Reclamation announced today that releases from Lewiston Dam into the Trinity River will increase to a peak flow of 1,500 cubic feet per second over a two-day period as part of the Trinity River Restoration Program.
Releases will begin increasing April 23 and remain at the peak of 1,500 cfs for a period of 36 days, extending from April 24 to May 29. Release rates will then be reduced to 1,200 cfs during June 3-5 and to 700 cfs during June 15-18. The summer base-flow rate of 450 cfs will begin on June 26. The total water allocation for Trinity River restoration flows in a “critically dry” water year, such as this, is 369,000 acre-feet.
The public should take appropriate safety precautions whenever near or on the river. Landowners are advised to clear personal items and debris from the floodplain prior to the releases.
The December 2000, Trinity River Mainstem Fishery Restoration Record of Decision created a plan for the restoration of the Trinity River and its fish and wildlife populations. The Program’s restoration strategy includes four different restoration elements, one of which includes increased releases to the river, separate and apart from Central Valley Project water allocations. Flow regimes link two essential purposes deemed necessary to restore and maintain the Trinity River’s fishery resources: 1) flows to provide physical fish habitat (i.e., appropriate depths and velocities, and suitable temperature regimes for anadromous salmonids), and 2) flows to restore the riverine processes that create and maintain the structural integrity and spatial complexity of the fish habitats. More information on the Trinity River ROD can be found at www.trrp.net/background/rod/.
A daily schedule of flow releases is available at http://www.trrp.net/restore/flows/current/, and the public may subscribe to automated notifications (via phone or email) of Trinity River release changes. The flow release schedule is posted at the Trinity River Restoration Program office, located at 1313 South Main Street, Weaverville, CA.
For additional information, please call 530-623-1800 or email info@trrp.net.


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For river status (low flow closure) updates from Fish and Game please call +1.707.442.4502 for the North coast and +1.707.944.5533 for Central coast streams. Be sure to check out the California Fish and Game regulations before you go. Regulations vary on every river and you need to pay attention to bait and hook restrictions. Due to winter closures on HWYs 5, 101 & 299 we recommend you check Caltrans road conditions as well.
 

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