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Fish Kennedy Brothers

  • Arguably The Worlds Most Iconic Trout Stream

    Fish Kennedy Brothers Mar 9, 2017 | 00:34 am

    Arguably The Worlds Most Iconic Trout Stream Can you imagine what the McCloud River was like before the dams?

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  • Trinity River February 2017

    Fish Kennedy Brothers Mar 2, 2017 | 18:08 pm

    Trinity River February 2017

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  • Take A Look at the Lower Sacramento River from Keswick Dam to Bend Bridge

    Fish Kennedy Brothers Feb 11, 2017 | 03:49 am

    Take A Look at the Lower Sacramento River from Keswick Dam to Bend Bridge Word of flooding rivers and streams has been blasted across the Northern California region like wildfires in the summer, and this morning brought a rare sight of sunshine.  So we decided to grab the cameras and go for a drive to give you all an idea as to what’s happening on our world famous trout river: The […]

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  • Is Lake Shasta Going To Overflow?

    Fish Kennedy Brothers Feb 10, 2017 | 23:16 pm

    Is Lake Shasta Going To Overflow? Unless you live somewhere else other than the West Coast, then you’re fully aware of the recent deluge and so-called “atmospheric river” that has blasted many parts across the western front of the United States.  In the five-year, drought stricken State of California, water is flowing incessantly from every nook and cranny, gushing water into […]

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  • Lower Sacramento River Goes Huge!

    Fish Kennedy Brothers Feb 9, 2017 | 21:58 pm

    Lower Sacramento River Goes Huge! After a five year drought for much of the West, we have finally received copious amounts of precipitation in Northern California. Is it time to start building an ark? Perhaps. We have been getting hammered with more water than we know what to do with.  The reservoirs are filling faster then they can let water […]

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  • State of Jefferson Steelhead and Trout Outlook

    Fish Kennedy Brothers Dec 28, 2016 | 02:56 am

    State of Jefferson Steelhead and Trout Outlook We hope everybody had a safe holidays and enjoyed Christmas and the seasons celebrations.  Maybe some received new fly fishing gear or had the chance to wet a line.  We didn’t fish for a few days but spent our time with family and friends in a well needed break from the winter season.  But just […]

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  • December storms bring in the Chrome

    Fish Kennedy Brothers Dec 14, 2016 | 05:21 am

    December storms bring in the Chrome If April showers bring May flowers then December storms bring sea-run steelhead home! Currently a heavy “pineapple express” weather system is lowering its crosshairs into Northern California and bringing heavy precipitation and deep snow over the upper elevations. Look for high and off color conditions in most of the rivers also with some roadways being […]

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  • Why Do Rivers Bend?

    Fish Kennedy Brothers Dec 13, 2016 | 21:30 pm

    Why Do Rivers Bend? Here is one of the many questions that come up while guiding clients on the river.  Why don’t rivers run straight, why do they bend? So what causes a river to bend in the first place? In a nutshell, all it takes is a little disturbance from a plethora of variables and a whole heck […]

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  • McCloud River Flow Advisory Notice

    Fish Kennedy Brothers Oct 14, 2016 | 21:27 pm

    McCloud River Flow Advisory Notice The McCloud River is a frequented hot spot in the month of October and into the first two weeks of November for many anglers.  The river is home to the world’s most famous rainbow trout and the watershed is a magical destination particularly when decked with brilliant fall plumage.  Whether it be camping at Ah-Di-Nah […]

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  • Nor Cal Fish Report October 2016

    Fish Kennedy Brothers Oct 13, 2016 | 02:35 am

    Nor Cal Fish Report October 2016 There is no question that fall in Northern California has settled and taken up residence while overtaking the higher elevations and slowly infiltrating the parched valleys below.  Temperatures have cooled the mornings and evenings.  The heat of summer has left us basking in the glorious season of seasons.  Plus a heavy weather system is en […]

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