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Junction Reservoir Back to Raising Backcountry Trout

Concrete structure in stream with slatted metal gates and chutes. Man wearing camo waders, beige long sleeved shirt, gray call cap and black rubber gloves standing behind gate holding hammer.
Junction Reservoir in Mono County is CDFW’s brood lake for the Kamloops rainbow trout, a hard-fighting strain originally from the Kamloops region of British Columbia.

Creel Survey Keeps Tabs on Quality at Crowley

Crouching man in brown and beige uniform and ball cap on boat with pencil and chart on clipboard next to open cooler filled with fish.
Mono County’s Crowley Lake is a destination fishery that attracts trout anglers of all kinds – bait fishermen, lure casters, trollers and fly anglers – throughout the state during its open season.

Sweetwater River Habitat Restoration

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California’s drought emergency was officially declared to be over last year, but its deleterious impact on fish habitat is still being felt in many parts of the state -- especially in arid parts of Southern California. In order to help offset these effects at one site in northern San Diego County, CDFW biologists and other staff recently toiled to create spawning beds for rainbow trout.