[Fosc] [Dimond] Sausal Creek trout fishing in 1899, none allowed now

Quan, Jean JQuan at oaklandnet.com
Sun Dec 26 04:20:12 PST 2010

Thanks Tim. Just to remind everyone else that Sausal Creek is one of the few in Oakland that still has native trout and we worked to ban all fishing 5 years ago.  Just look but please don't fish or other wise harm our small population.  Please don't put anything down our storm drains that would harm them and please use the minimum amount of fertilizers, herbicides or other harmful ingredients that might go down storm drains or directly into the creek if you live near by.
Jean Quan, Council Member, City of Oakland 1 Frank Ogawa Plaza, 2nd Fl Oakland, CA 94612 (510)238-7004  


From: dimond-bounces at lists.lmi.net on behalf of Timothy Chapman
Sent: Sat 12/25/2010 4:59 PM
To: fosc at lists.sausalcreek.org; dimond at lists.lmi.net
Subject: [Dimond] Sausal Creek trout fishing in 1899

The San Francisco Call, Friday, March 31, 1899
First Day of Angling Season
How to reach the places where gamy trout await worm and fly

"The veteran angler need not be informed as to the most inviting streams,
but the amateur will look to The Call for information, and for his special
benefit the following streams are recommended: San Pablo, Wildcat, Redwood
Canyon, Sausal, Calaveras and Alameda. Wildcat Creek clears rapidly. There
are some nice pools on Sausal Creek up in Diamond Canyon. Follow the creek
up from High street bridge, Alameda."

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