Video Hatch: “Hat Creek Restoration Plan”

Once home to over 5,000 trout per mile and nearly twenty fishable hatches throughout the year, Hat Creek is a shell of what it once was, according to CalTrout.  Among the issues that need to be addressed are an increase in sediment, lack of streamside vegetation, and lack of structure in the river.  By implementing a proposed restoration plan CalTrout, in conjunction with California Department of Fish, hope to bring back the glory days of the Northern California creek.

Hat Creek Restoration plan – CalTrout from California Trout on Vimeo.

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