Friday, November 21, 2014

A Quick Update

For those locals, Lake Amador Hatchery has succumbed to the drought just like Nimbus Hatchery did. Warm water and lake chemicals has closed it for now. That's means no big Cutbows for Lake Amador this year. They're stocking Lassen Rainbows at the rate of 5000 lbs. per month for probably the next seven months or so. Very sad.

As far as the Northern California Trout Blog is concerned, I just passed 300,000 hits and over 800 posts.

Once again, thank you all for reading what I write. I appreciate it more than you can imagine.

Oh yeh, it's raining in NorCal again. Not enough to end the drought, but at least we don't have to worry about wildfires for a while.

Thanks again for stopping by.  



  1. So some good news spread in with the difficult news. Things may be looking up, Mark. I hope it rains every day until Spring.................................

  2. 800 posts, that's a lot of words Mark.

  3. Congrats, Mark! Good to hear you're also getting some rain, as well!

  4. I had quite a few posts going over the last few years, but slowed down this year. So, you are way ahead... Good job keeping up with the blogosphere!

  5. Congrats on the milestone. I did a rain dance, so you can thank me for the rain! lol