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Recreational fishing in California’s Central Valley: results of a 2015 study Public Deposited

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  • In 2015, baseline expenditure and trip behavior information about angler activity across a 14-county region of California’s Central Valley was collected. The motivation for this study was twofold: to learn about existing recreational fishing levels in the Sacramento River system, and to understand how these levels might change if fishing opportunities in areas above dams also changed. That is, under what conditions might anglers be interested in new fishing opportunities for species such as salmon, if fish passage improvements over dams were to occur? This talk will discuss current highlights from this study including results from a preliminary model developed to estimate the probability of fishing at a particular location as a function of site conditions and angler characteristics.
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  • Seattle, Washington, USA
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