Photo Friday: The Yellow Spot

Today's Photo Friday comes via social media: Instagram follower Jesse Armstrong sent us this photo of a mysterious yellow spot found on a rainbow trout he caught Read More…

Rafting for Research

Earlier this year, our staff had the privilege of going back in time, leaving most technology and motorized vehicles behind on an adventure down the Upper Tuolumne Read More…

Rainbow Trout Hit Hard by Hot Water

The Stanislaus River is home to one of the largest populations of rainbow trout in California’s Central Valley, but a new report shows the fish have suffered Read More…

Trout paparazzi

Have you ever wondered what fish do all day? FISHBIO scientists are always curious about what fish are up to in the rivers we study, so last Read More…

One fish, two forms, many questions

Genetically they are the same species, but rainbow trout and steelhead lead very different lives. These fish represent two separate life strategies of the species Oncorhynchus mykiss: Read More…

One of many, one of a kind

Northern California’s Deer Creek may have a common name, but as a habitat for fish it is far from ordinary. According to the U.S. Geologic Survey, more Read More…