PCT Board: Gary Chang, MD

PCT welcomes back one of its founding members and former director – Dr. Gary Chang. Gary help form and lead Putah Creek Trout starting in 2007 along with other concerned fisherman.  Here is a bit more about Gary.

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The 2019 Spawn is ON! [Repost from 2016]

[This is a repost from 2016 with some updates for 2019-2020]

The 2016 Putah Creek trout spawn is ramping up. Here are some tips on helping ensure the next generation gets a healthy start…

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Take Out the Trash 2019!

It’s that time of year again to enjoy some camaraderie and spruce up the creek!

Friends of Putah Creek: Putah Creek Trout and Fly Fishers of Davis are cosponsoring a cleanup of the Inter-dam Reach of the Creek on Saturday, September 21 beginning at 9 AM and finishing at 12 noon.

Meet at Fishing Access 5 by 8:45am to sign the liability release form, get initial directions, pick-up materials, and divide up into teams.

Children are very welcome, under 12 yrs must have adult accompany them

Consider bringing the following:

  • Hat
  • Sunscreen
  • Reusable water bottle, cutlery, plate
  • 5 gallon bucket
  • Trash picker
  • Garden gloves
  • Folding chair
  • Waders if you plan on crossing or entering the creek

Lunch will be hosted again by the Fly Fishers of Davis. Meet at Fishing Access 1 around noon.

FFD Hosted Lunch

Instructions and sign-ups are available at the link below. 

For more information, contact Steve Karr:
(530)-400-1171 (cell)

PCT Volunteer: Dave Jepma

Thanks Dave for your energy and dedication to the cause! Let’s learn a little bit more about Dave FROM Dave….

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PCT to host Benefit Screening of Patagonia’s Artifishal

The road to extinction is paved with good intentions…

Join Putah Creek Trout 7 – 9:30pm on Saturday June 22, 2019 at the Palms Playhouse in Winters, CA to see a benefit screening of Patagonia’s Artifishal. Read More

2018 Putah Creek Cleanup Day

Annual Putah Creek Cleanup Day

Saturday September 15, 2018  8:30 – Noon

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Thank You Volunteers!

A big THANK YOU to the volunteers who attended both tree planting events this winter. Thanks to you, nearly three hundred native trees were added to the burned riparian corridor along Putah Creek. As always, Putah Creek Trout is humbled by the amazing stewardship of our community members. Thank you!

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