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Anglers are Worried about Declining Fish Population


Some California anglers are worried about the declining population of the Clear Lake hitch. This small fish is found in Clear Lake, California and have been there for thousands of years. However, the declining population may land them on the endangered species list which is what worries the anglers.

Not that the anglers aren’t concerned, they certainly don’t want the Clear Lake hitch to disappear from the lake, but if declared endangered, drastic measures could be imposed on those who live around and use the lake. Weed removal could be ordered to stop and boating and fishing could be reduced.

Right now this great fishery is catch-and-release. California Department of Fish and Game have closely managed the bass population and the hope is to turn Clear Lake into a catch-and-keep fishery which could help improve the hitch population.



 
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