Fewer salmon seen in San Joaquin rivers; predators one factor

The Modesto Bee November 4, 2007 By Michael Mooney The fish are jumping, but in apparently dwindling numbers, as the spawning season for salmon nears prime time in the Northern San Joaquin Valley. Traditionally, most spawning activity on the Stanislaus, Tuolumne and Merced rivers occurs during the second and third weeks of November. "So far, the numbers are very low," said Tim Ford, an Read More…