What Makes a Fish a Successful Invasive?

The state of California has seen the largest number of non-native fish introductions in the entire country (161 fresh- and saltwater species; Nico and Fuller 1999), and Read More…

The Policy of Predation

Many of California's native salmonid populations are in various states of decline due to a wide array of environmental stressors. These stressors are commonly categorized as the Read More…

Counting bass

There are common questions that anglers and fish biologists often ask, such as What kinds of fish are found in this river? and How many are there? Read More…

Don’t overlook the little guys

Adult striped bass inhabiting the California San Francisco Bay-Delta are known to be significant fish eating predators (piscivorous), but until recently there has been little research on Read More…

Fall-run striped bass!?

For many years most anglers and fisheries biologist had a rough idea of striped bass (Morone saxatilis) movements between the fresh water Delta and tributaries, and marine Read More…