Commercial salmon fishermen are heading to sea from San Francisco and other area ports in what is expected to be a strong fishing season.
After decades of watching California wetlands disappear as they were filled in for farming, conservation groups say they’re having success reversing some of the negative impacts on the sensitive salmon populations.
As the Food and Drug administration is expected to approve the sale of genetically-modified salmon, Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods Market said they won’t sell the fish.
The State Department of Fish and Wildlife held its annual salmon meeting in Santa Rosa Thursday and local fisherman are optimistic.
The return of salmon along Marsh Creek near Brentwood is giving hikers a sight not seen in more than 50 years and according to one expert, it’s not just a coincidence.
A year after vandals disrupted a popular annual event, kids from the North Bay again on Monday helped to release 10,000 king salmon into San Francisco Bay.
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After years of watching their industry collapse, Bay Area commercial fishermen are saying this salmon season is rebounding to near record levels.
There’s nothing fishy about it – the reports from sport salmon fishermen are positive after the Easter holiday weekend, which also marked the opening weekend of the 2012 fishing season.
The Pacific Fishery Management Council on Thursday approved salmon seasons that provide ample fishing time for commercial and recreational anglers in California, Oregon and Washington.