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The mission of the Kings River Conservancy is to: foster community involvement in protecting and enhancing environmental values, to enhance and control public access for recreation, to educate the public on matters related to environmental values, to preserve agricultural lands and to encourage sound public conservation practices along the Kings River corridor from Pine Flat Dam to Highway 99.

 

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2nd ANNUAL RIDE FOR THE RIVER HALF CENTURY

April 12th
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Dozens of 2014 River Events

 

SPECIAL NOTICE
Tough Wate
r Year

As most of you know, this is one of the worst water years in the Kings River Watershed ever recorded. Kings River Water Association is working very hard on the temperature management plan for this fall. Fish will be stressed and so we are asking you to refrain from fishing the lower river in the catch and release section until after November 1st. The river will probably be at minimum flow (100cfs) by September 1st. Please pass this on to others you know who fish the river and help us protect this resource. This is not an official regulation, but a suggestion. If you witness violations of the Fish and Wildlife code, please call CALTIP to report.

1-888-334-2258

Thanks for your help.

Hank Urbach

Chair, Public Advisory Group

Kings River Fisheries Management Program