Cut couch time, catch trout instead. It’s healthier than couch time and overeating - California Hunting Post

Cut couch time, catch trout instead. It’s healthier than couch time and overeating


cut couch[two_third] The holidays around the year-end are a traditional time for families and friends to get together and enjoy time together. On the other hand, it is also fraught with pitfalls. One is the danger of overindulging and the other biggie is inactivity. Nothing beats sitting on a comfortable couch after a filling meal and watching athletes contribute the activity to the mix. Let them be active while you hug the couch. That’s bad for your health, some say. And, indeed, to cut couch time and substitute moderate contemplative exercise is much better for us.
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife and other organizations are offering alternatives to the dolce far niente part of the holidays. Relaxing while watching time go by, and letting your thoughts wander, may make you feel warm and comfortable at the time, but is it really good for your health?
No, not necessarily. In fact, too much of it proves to be detrimental. On the other hand, cut couch time and measured physical activities are beneficial for health and well-being. They help curtail the otherwise almost inevitable holiday blahs too much food and drink and couch time bring with them.
CDFW has just the right alternative for you to consider: Cut couch sitting and do some trout fishing instead. As in every year, the Department has been busily stocking California waters with trout ready to be caught. Unfavorable weather is making the job more difficult, but it cannot prevent CDFW from stocking as many waters with meal-sized trouts as possible.
I will spare you the list of ongoing projects and the difficulties and obstacles to overcome to improve fishing there. Let us instead have a look at the list of places that are fully stocked and waiting for anglers.
Here is the official list of waters to be stocked with trout between now and January 4, 2019.:
The following list offers a county-by-county breakdown of stocking locations throughout the state that will receive winter holiday trout plants between now and Jan. 4, 2019:
Alameda County
• Lakeshore Park Pond
Contra Costa County
• Heather Farms Pond
Butte County
• Desabla Reservoir
El Dorado County
• Folsom Lake
• Jenkinson Lake
Fresno County
• Fresno City Woodward Park Lake
• Kings River Below Pine Flat Dam
Inyo County
• Diaz Lake
• Owens River (Bishop to Big Pine)
• Pleasant Valley Reservoir
• Orbit Pond
Kern County
• Ming Lake
• Kern River (Powerhouse #3 to Riverside Park in Kernville)
Lake County
• Blue Lake Upper
Los Angeles County
• Reseda Park Lake
• Kenneth Hahn Lake
• El Dorado Park Lake
• Castaic Lake
Madera County
• Bass Lake
Marin County
• Bon Tempe Lake
Mendocino County
• Mill Creek Lake
Nevada County
• Rollins Reservoir
• Scotts Flat Reservoir
Orange County
• Centennial Lake
• Huntington Park Lake
• Eisenhower Park Lake
Placer County
• Halsey Forebay
• Folsom Lake
• Rollins Reservoir
• Auburn Regional Park Pond
Plumas County
• Lake Almanor
Riverside County
• Little Lake
• Rancho Jurupa Park Pond
Sacramento County
• Elk Grove Park Pond
• Hagen Park Pond
• Folsom Lake (Granite Bay boat ramp)
• Howe Community Park Pond
• North Natomas Park Pond
• Granite Park Pond
• Rancho Seco Lake
• Mather Lake
San Bernardino County
• Glen Helen Park Lake
• Prado Regional Park Lake
San Diego County
• Cuyamaca Lake
• Murray Lake
Shasta County
• Baum Lake
• Clover Creek Pond (weather and road conditions dependent)
• Kapusta Pond (weather and road conditions dependent)
Stanislaus County
• Woodward Reservoir
Tulare County
• Mooney Grove Park Pond
• Del Lago Park Lake
Ventura County
• Rancho Simi Park Lake
Yuba County
• Collins Lake
For detailed and current information visit the CDFW website. There is also a similar program for anglers who are confined to cities. See what they have to offer by visiting “Fishing in the City”.
Chris P.[/two_third]

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