Fisheries technicians and tribal members, Josh Jimenez-McQuillen (right) and Aldaron McCovey (left), survey Blue Creek to count salmon, Klamath, California. Blue Creek is important to Chinook salmon because of its relatively cool water temperature in comparison to the Klamath River whose water is warmer and stresses the species. The Yurok Tribe has purchased the block of land around Blue Creek watershed with the profits generated from the sale of forest carbon offsets. © Kevin Arnold

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Not that many steelies in the Russian River, yet.

Not that many steelies in the Russian River, yet.

“Liquid Sunshine and Buttercups .” Yup, our local lakes are on the “up and up.” How great is that ? I’m a water guy. I’m either on the water fishing on our bass boat, in the water swimming in a poo…