According to Damon Arthur of the Redding Record Searchlight, over 1,700 acres along California’s well-known Hat Creek has actually been reserved for conservation. Hat Creek is among the most picturesque fisheries in California, and it holds a crucial location in the angling neighborhood because state. Preservation group CalTrout even mentions Hat Creek as its birth place.
This brand-new addition of maintained lands around Hat Creek remains in addition to an existing preservation easement of around 3,500 acres. This brings the overall acreage saved around Hat Creek to 4,267 acres, per the Record Searchlight. This will allow future preservation jobs to the Hat Creek fishery, more sealing its status as a “Wild Trout Water.”