The Times-Standard reports that tensions are still high over stream restoration work underway on the Trinity River in California. Fishing guides and landowners are not sold on the work to date by the Trinity River Restoration Program, and want the Trinity Management Council to hold off on additional work until the project effects can be evaluated.
Despite concerns, the council has cautiously approved moving forward on a portion of the work. The Trinity River Guides Association and California Water Impact Network have said dumping gravel in spawning runs and the use of heavy equipment is doing more harm than good.
Read more: http://www.times-standard.com/localnews/ci_19687277
Read our first post on this topic: http://troutheadwaters.com/clubecoblu/?p=2549