OR streams re-open to afternoon fishing
Striped Bass - CV's Most Popular Predator
Fundraising tags available to Nonprofits
First dove season opener is Tuesday
Comment on elk hunting regs invited
What comes first: Hunting, fishing or…?
Rock Creek Hatchery reopens to public
CA Parks issues water safety reminder
Catfish center stage at Collins Lake
08/30/15 -- It’s been a catfish jamboree at Collins Lake for the past several weeks. Jerry Rodriguez of Gilroy started off this week with a huge 10lb. 4oz. catfish catch! Jerry fished on the far side of the dam in a cove and fished with anchovies for bait... Full Story
Late afternoon fishing at Bridge Park
Article and photos by Alex Colvin
08/31/15 -- Driving back from Reno, about 4 p.m. on Saturday August 30, I decided to pull off of Hwy 89 into Bridge Park on Hat Creek for a little break. The park was quiet. There was one truck there but no one was present... Full Story
Lake Berryessa: Just fine for late August
08/30/15 -- This past Friday evening just before sunset, I took Travis and his son Alejandro out for a couple of hours. We fished along the west side and within the first ten minutes Alejandro landed a nice bass which had him grinning from... Full Story
Woodley Island Marina, Eureka, California photo by Tim Haywood
Sunrise and sunset moments await all visitors to N. California and S. Oregon. Many such images have been shared at MyOutdoorBuddy.com for all to see. Please enjoy and add to this collection by visiting our Buddy Photos Sunrise/Sunset Photo Gallery.
Butte County: Valleys, mountains, rivers, lakes and buttes
By Chuck Giles
Butte County is famous for views of geological formations, one of which is the world's smallest mountain range (Sutter Buttes) often clearly visible in nearby Sutter County.
Where to begin? Butte County is home of the nation’s largest earth filled dam, historic mansions, majestic rivers and canyons where glimpses of wildlife are common. Butte County also offers world class salmon fishing on the Feather and Sacramento Rivers, museums to peruse, large cities, small towns, state parks, county parks and oak laden campgrounds. Some of the state’s best big game, upland birds and waterfowl hunting opportunities also exist here. A 54-pound gold nugget was discovered in one of its quaint towns, and friendly people await both the young and old. More Butte County