Fishermen cast their lines in the Russian River in Guerneville. In 1968, the Russian River had a famous run of 50,000 wild steelhead. Now the wild population may be down to less than 5,000.
Fishermen cast their lines in the Russian River in Guerneville. In 1968, the Russian River had a famous run of 50,000 wild steelhead. Now the wild population may be down to less than 5,000. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Fishermen cast their lines in the Russian River in Guerneville. In 1968, the Russian River had a famous run of 50,000 wild steelhead. Now the wild population may be down to less than 5,000. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com

California’s fishing industry is drying up. We need to think big on climate change

March 27, 2018 10:30 AM