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  1. Sunday Drive: The Generals Highway
  2. Stranded Chinook Salmon Successfully Rescued from Butte Creek
  3. Fishing Line: Top Picks
  4. FOURTH OF JULY WEEKEND / Poor planners fret not - look in right place at last seco
  5. Chinook salmon get help continuing their migration
  6. SOCAL FISHING REPORT July 1, 2009
  7. Many Southern California sportfish have elevated levels of mercury, PCBs
  8. Fishing Line: Top Picks
  9. Step up to elevating experiences
  10. Presented By:
  11. A whale of a day near the Farallones
  12. Sunday Drive: Crystal Basin
  13. SOCAL FISHING REPORT July 8, 2009
  14. Fishing Line: Top Picks
  15. Peaks offer glimpse above summertime's fog
  16. Room, then roam for Yellowstone wildlife
  17. MLPA Initiative Begins Planning Process in California's North Coast Region
  18. LAKE ELSINORE FISHING SEMINAR WITH GEORGE KRAMER July 23 2009
  19. Fishing and fun for kids today
  20. SOCAL FISH REPORT July 15, 2009
  21. Sunday Drive: Avenue of the Giants
  22. Bass record crosses the Pacific
  23. Fishing Line: Top Picks
  24. Park, forest keepers wary after hot weeks
  25. METEOR SHOWERS / For sky lights, put big city behind you
  26. SOCAL FISH REPORT July 22, 2009
  27. Sunday Drive: Yuba River cruise and swim
  28. Hiking now, under a rock 2 years ago
  29. Sunday Drive: Yuba River cruise and swim
  30. Hiking now, under a rock 2 years ago
  31. Rare submerged WWII Helldiver found by CA angler in Lower Otay
  32. Flyfisherman releases great white caught in SoCal
  33. Suction Dredging Permit Sales Suspended Until Further Notice
  34. Need your support
  35. DFG Introduces Online 'Tracker' for Recreational Yelloweye Rockfish Catches
  36. Outbound Escapes: Davis Birding Tour
  37. Fishing Line: Top Picks
  38. RECREATIONAL BOATING / Lakes are hot, but watercraft industry is not
  39. SOCAL FISH REPORT July 29, 2009
  40. What a hoot - a young owl takes flight
  41. SUNDAY DRIVE / Bowman Lake Recreation Area
  42. SUNDAY DRIVE / Bowman Lake Recreation Area
  43. What a hoot - a young owl takes flight
  44. Fishing near Owens River
  45. Commercial Greenling Season Closes, Cabezon Limit Decreases Sept. 1
  46. Fishing Line: Top Picks
  47. American Indian history / Time travel an easy hike
  48. Moratorium on Instream Suction Dredge Mining, Effective Immediately
  49. Sunday Drive: Fremont Peak State Park
  50. Presented By:
  51. Bear, black lion - impossible? Not necessarily
  52. Fish on!
  53. The Carl and Jerry show: Where goose is cooked, too
  54. MILITARY HISTORY / Hike or bike to Nike - touring Cold War relics
  55. MILITARY HISTORY / Hike or bike to Nike - touring Cold War relics
  56. Fishing Line: Top Picks
  57. A little outdoors training never hurts
  58. Sunday Drive: Bolinas-Fairfax Road
  59. LAKE ELSINORE FISH DIE-OFF. Jim Matthews column 8/13/09
  60. DFG Seeks Information on Theft of Sea Otter Radio Receiver
  61. DFG Seeks Resources, Partners for Development of a Lobster Fishery Management Plan
  62. Fishing Line: Top Picks
  63. Group vows to fight plan to expand youth deer hunt
  64. These getaways are real extra-value deals
  65. These getaways are real extra-value deals
  66. Ten-Day Recreational Ocean Salmon Season to Open in Northern California Aug. 29
  67. SoCal Fish report Aug 12, 2009
  68. State may close park gates, but it won't keep me out
  69. Sunday Drive: Shore of the City
  70. State seeks to close Sacramento River stretch to protect green sturgeon
  71. Fishing Line: Top Picks
  72. Socal Fish Report August 26 2009
  73. You just can't hide their lion eyes
  74. SUNDAY DRIVE: CHINA CAMP CRUISE
  75. You just can't hide their lion eyes
  76. SUNDAY DRIVE: CHINA CAMP CRUISE
  77. LABOR DAY ESCAPES / Right choice critical to holiday enjoyment
  78. In the field, humans and dogs enjoy a 20,000-year collaboration
  79. Fishing Line: Top Picks
  80. Sac Valley is good for the goose and good for the goose hunter
  81. Outbound Escapes: Trek the Rim Trail
  82. Bans on lead ammunition spread
  83. Challenge, excitement of deer hunting prove a strong lure
  84. High-tech advances make hunting and other outdoor sports safer and more comfortable
  85. Socal Fish Report Sept 2 2009
  86. The perfect time to beat the crowd
  87. Sunday Drive: Peninsula's Bay to Breakers
  88. The perfect time to beat the crowd
  89. Sunday Drive: Peninsula's Bay to Breakers
  90. Try your luck at free fishing clinic
  91. Weather's perfect for playing in the delta
  92. Presented By:
  93. Weather's perfect for playing in the delta
  94. Game wardens' checkpoints will look for violations
  95. Carry less and enjoy hikes more
  96. Socal Fish Report 9 Sept 09
  97. Sunday Drive: Briones & Tilden Hills
  98. The extreme side of light
  99. Sunday Drive: Briones & Tilden Hills
  100. KAYAKING / 2 beginner bird-watching trips with one fee
  101. HUNTING SEASON OPENER / Bountiful spring means more, healthier deer
  102. Fishing Line
  103. SOCAL FISH REPORT SEPT 16 2009
  104. RUSH CREEK'S SWAN SONG - Jim Matthews column
  105. Good news from Yosemite camp
  106. Sunday Drive: Napa/Berryessa Loop
  107. MOUNTAIN BIKING: Bay Area / 2-wheel nirvana amid redwoods, hills and sea
  108. MOUNTAIN BIKING: Bay Area / 2-wheel nirvana amid redwoods, hills and sea
  109. KAYAKING / Plenty of options for beauty, nature
  110. KAYAKING / Plenty of options for beauty, nature
  111. Sacramento and Bay area tides
  112. DFG plans fish stimulus package for California lakes
  113. Sunday drive: Delta birds and bass
  114. DFG plans fish stimulus package for California lakes
  115. Sunday drive: Delta birds and bass
  116. BIRD WATCHING / Winter phenomenon takes flight in valley
  117. INTERNET / Community links nature enthusiasts
  118. RICHARDSON BAY CLOSURE / Restriction for migratory birds
  119. BIRD WATCHING / Winter phenomenon takes flight in valley
  120. INTERNET / Community links nature enthusiasts
  121. RICHARDSON BAY CLOSURE / Restriction for migratory birds
  122. Presented By:
  123. Fishing Line: 10/15/09
  124. Outbound Escapes: Inside the Wild World of Bats
  125. Fish & Game director resigns
  126. Tree therapy amid ancient coastal giants
  127. East Bay Parks buys ranch near Pleasanton
  128. California Fish and Game director resigns
  129. Fishing Line: 10/23/09
  130. Outbound Escapes: Bikes on Parade
  131. SOCAL FISH REPORT. OCT 21, 2009
  132. Koch resigns DFG post
  133. Uvas Canyon County Park
  134. Fishing charges against restaurateur
  135. Marine Life Protection Act Science Advisory Team Members Announced for North Coast
  136. Bay Area sites opening on weekends
  137. VOLUNTEERISM / Chance to help build Bay Area Ridge Trail
  138. Bay Area sites opening on weekends
  139. VOLUNTEERISM / Chance to help build Bay Area Ridge Trail
  140. Outbound Escapes: Bring on the snow
  141. Fishing charges against John Konatich, owner of Tony's Seafood restaurant
  142. MLPA task force delays vote on no-take marine reserves off Southern California
  143. A rocky point indeed for California coastal task force. Palos Verdes Peninsula.
  144. SOCAL FISH REPORT October 28, 2009
  145. DFG Announces Public Meeting on Potential Sacramento River Sturgeon Fishery Closure
  146. DFG Announces Limited Central Valley Recreational Salmon Opener
  147. Sunday Drive: Point Reyes Light
  148. Bridges ready to ride in East Bay
  149. Bay Area Bay Area Shoreline Fishing Closure in Effect until Determined Safe to Reopen
  150. San Francisco Bay Spill Update: Shoreline fishing activities resume in some Alameda C
  151. FALL FISHING / Northern rivers come to life
  152. PENINSULA OUTINGS / Open-space opportunities rising
  153. Outbound Escapes: Ready your bike for wet weather
  154. Fishing LIne: 11/05/09
  155. Trout stocking lawsuit also threatening entire aquaculture industry. Jim Matthews
  156. In November, there's a nip in the air, a bite in the ocean
  157. SUNDAY DRIVE: ALAMEDA CREEK
  158. In November, there's a nip in the air, a bite in the ocean
  159. SUNDAY DRIVE: ALAMEDA CREEK
  160. Bay-Delta Sport Fishing Enhancement Stamp Repealed
  161. LIFESTYLE CHANGE / Dieting, hikes help man turn his life around
  162. Fishing Line: 11/12/09
  163. Unlike other king salmon, the late-fall strain is abundant – and it'll soon be open s
  164. LIFESTYLE CHANGE / Dieting, hikes help man turn his life around
  165. Sunday drive: coastal curves
  166. Nature's forecast for winter weather
  167. SKIING / Giving thanks for snowfall
  168. SKIING / Giving thanks for snowfall
  169. Fishing Line: 11/19/09
  170. Outbound Escapes: Hawk this way
  171. DIAMOND VALLEY LAKE CHARITY FISHING EVENT. Dec 12 2009
  172. SOCAL FISH REPORTS Nov 11 2009
  173. New sporting goods store in Orange County. Field Time Sports and Guns
  174. Muir Woods loop
  175. Tom Stienstra: Take high road to best views
  176. Fishing Line: 11/19/09
  177. Outbound Escapes: Hawk this way
  178. Late-fall king salmon abundant – and soon available to anglers
  179. Fishing Line: 11/12/09
  180. Outbound Escapes: Ready your bike for wet weather
  181. Fishing Line: 11/05/09
  182. Fishing Line: 11/26/09
  183. SOCAL FISH REPORT November 25, 2009
  184. Tribes have waiver for salmon take
  185. Top perches - natural or industrial
  186. A jaw-dropping view
  187. Many state parks keep hours despite cutbacks
  188. Fishing Line: 12/03/09
  189. Outbound Escapes: For the anglers
  190. Many state parks keep hours despite cutbacks
  191. Healing shepherd made warden whole again
  192. Easy bayfront tour
  193. Presented By:
  194. Fishing Line: Top Picks
  195. Gift suggestions
  196. Get a spectacular rainy day feeling
  197. Skiing on Mt. Diablo - one woman did it
  198. Access to sweeping ocean views
  199. Parks step up permit game, so be ready
  200. Gifts for the outdoors
  201. Chance to watch spawning salmon
  202. Slope Dope: Season opener
  203. Fowl flee frozen north to fill valley fields
  204. Volunteers needed for Dry Creek salmon count
  205. Socal Fish report Dec 16 2009
  206. Fishing stamp funds not used for fish
  207. No wrong turns here
  208. Ideas for those who love to get out
  209. Fishing stamp funds not used for fish
  210. No wrong turns here
  211. Ideas for those who love to get out
  212. The gift of rod and reel can bring trout all year
  213. Cartoonist's angling book weighs in refreshingly
  214. Fishing Line - 12-24-09
  215. One of East Bay hills' prettiest drives
  216. Presented By:
  217. Grove worthy of the Blindfold Test
  218. Fishing Line - 12-31-09
  219. Plenty of treasures in East Bay hills
  220. Plenty of treasures in East Bay hills
  221. Autumn chinook run falls short
  222. Steelhead Report Card Filing Now Available Online -- Win a Free Fishing Trip!
  223. Sea lions showing up in Oregon
  224. Outbound Escapes: Fishing for giants
  225. Fishing Line - 01-07-09
  226. Sea lions showing up in Oregon
  227. SOCAL FISH REPORT Jan 6 2010
  228. Hikes to appreciate coastal 'winter'
  229. Watching foothills turn green
  230. Fishing and clubbingTV angler/partyer Mariko Izumi coming to Cal Expo
  231. Fishing Line - 01-14-09
  232. Mix in a hike at Wunderlich park before Expo
  233. Sturgeon Poachers Convicted, Sentenced in Colusa County
  234. Extreme Fishing
  235. Record bass confirmed
  236. Sunday Drive: Sonoma-Napa back road
  237. Hall honors 4 who forwarded call of the wild
  238. Quagga/Zebra mussel inspection training to be offered in Placer County
  239. San Mateo County tract is a jewel to be savored
  240. Fishing Line - 01-21-09
  241. Outbound Escapes: Sportsmen's Expo
  242. Opening gates for Sweeney-to-sea hike
  243. Sunday Drive: Bolinas Peninsula
  244. Proposed Bay Area toll hikes have fishermen reeling
  245. Fishing Line - 01-28-10
  246. Saturated soil forces closures
  247. Trails fit for the rainy season
  248. Presented By:
  249. The Good Life: First-time angler gets hooked on fishing
  250. Heavy rains bring a water show at Alpine Dam