Fishing Stage
Home Active Topics Newest Pictures Search Login Register
Introduce Yourself
New Member
California Fishing
Mar 20, 2023 20:55:30   #
Mamawolf Loc: Copco Lake, CA
 
Hi everyone! I live on Copco Lake, CA. We enjoy fishing very much and hoping to hear updates from anyone fishing on Copco Lake. Will try to post occasionally with updates of my own. Happy fishing to all!

Reply
Mar 20, 2023 21:14:24   #
Grizzly 17 Loc: South central Pa
 
Mamawolf wrote:
Hi everyone! I live on Copco Lake, CA. We enjoy fishing very much and hoping to hear updates from anyone fishing on Copco Lake. Will try to post occasionally with updates of my own. Happy fishing to all!


Welcome Mamawolf. Remember the boys like pictures .
You have plenty of company on the west coast.๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ˜Š

Reply
Mar 21, 2023 11:04:48   #
NoCal Steve Loc: Dunnigan, CA
 
Welcome to the Stage. Looking forward to seeing your future posts.

Reply
 
 
Mar 21, 2023 13:14:01   #
onecall2 Loc: Moreno Valley Ca
 
Glad you joined us

Reply
Mar 21, 2023 13:42:21   #
Fishing Fool Loc: redding, ca
 
Copco lake is one of the dams they are taking out on the Klamath River ?

Reply
Mar 21, 2023 17:50:21   #
FishermanLeeSonoma
 
Welcome to the Fishing Stage!!

Reply
Mar 21, 2023 18:44:13   #
Fishing Fool Loc: redding, ca
 
Yes I just confirmed they are taking out all 4 dams on the Klamath River starting this year and finishing up in 2024. It's a 500 million federal government program to restore salmon? We'll have to wait 4-5 years and see what effectw this has on the salmon to see if it truly was needed.

Reply
 
 
Mar 21, 2023 19:31:56   #
FishermanLeeSonoma
 
Fishing Fool wrote:
Yes I just confirmed they are taking out all 4 dams on the Klamath River starting this year and finishing up in 2024. It's a 500 million federal government program to restore salmon? We'll have to wait 4-5 years and see what effectw this has on the salmon to see if it truly was needed.


My understanding is it was well thought out plan to remove unnecessary smaller dams that don't generate or are too far to serve electrical needs of any community. These removals will hopefully allow salmon and steelhead, plus any other sea run spawning fish access to more spawning grounds. They are planning to build several dams that only purpose is to catch heavy rain overflows to hopefully save water against droughts. Unfortunately when they were building many of these older dams they didn't realize that generating electricity so far and having to transmit over such long distances was very inefficient and the loss of all the spawning grounds has had a long term devastating effect on salmon, steelhead, striped bass, sturgeon, etc. I also look forward to seeing what comes of this.

Reply
Mar 21, 2023 22:20:07   #
Gardener Dave Loc: Modesto,CA
 
I liked fishing Copco and Irongate years ago for yellow perch. Beautiful place. Incredible stars at night.

Reply
Mar 22, 2023 12:10:27   #
Elefantdude Loc: Bridgeport, CA
 
Gardener Dave wrote:
I liked fishing Copco and Irongate years ago for yellow perch. Beautiful place. Incredible stars at night.


There are yellow perch in California?! I wonder if they still hold in that lake? I loved fishing for them when we lived in Idaho. Great eating fish :-)

Reply
Mar 22, 2023 12:11:35   #
Elefantdude Loc: Bridgeport, CA
 
Welcome to The Stage, Mamawolf! Hope you enjoy your stay with us. Can't wait to see pictures of some of your fishing adventures!

Enjoy!
Elefantdude :-)

Reply
 
 
Mar 22, 2023 13:49:26   #
Dogman3259 Loc: San Diego
 
Welcome,
I havenโ€™t fished for yellow perch since I was a kid on Lake Eerie. Delicious!!
Lol

Reply
If you want to reply, then register here. Registration is free and your account is created instantly, so you can post right away.
Introduce Yourself
FishingStage.com
Copyright 2018-2024 IDF International Technologies, Inc.