Posts by Jim Ervin

Fish in the Bay – July 2019, UC Davis Trawls – Brown-back Anchovies and Bat Rays

It was another mixed-up weekend in July owing to extreme summer tides and some rough afternoon weather that preempted trawling...

Fish in the Bay – June 2019, UC Davis Trawls – Freshness Continues

Hello folks.  I joined Jim Hobbs and the UC Davis trawling surveys on Saturday, June 1st.  It was a crazy...

Fish in the Bay – May 2019, UC Davis Trawls – Just a fun 20mm day in the Bay

20mm trawls on May 11th.   I rode along with Dr. Hobbs on both May 4th, for regular monthly otter trawls,...

Fish in the Bay – May 2019, UC Davis Trawls – Cinco de Mayo

I joined the UC Davis / Hobbs Lab for a regular set of Otter Trawls on May 5th.  Last week’s...

Fish in the Bay – April 2019, UC Davis Trawls – April is baby fish month (Part 2).

Happy April part 2 (now a little belated)!  I went trawling with the Hobbs team on three weekends in April...

Fish in the Bay – April 2019, UC Davis Trawls – April is baby fish month (Part 1).

Happy April!  I trawled with the Hobbs team twice this month, so far: Otter trawls conducted on 6 April, and...

Fish in the Bay – March 2019, UC Davis Trawls – Save the Whales! Larval fish trawl, plus a Sea Level Rise Rant.

First a Special Thanks:  I want to acknowledge and thank agencies that continue to support the Hobbs Lab work.  1)...

Fish in the Bay – March 2019, UC Davis Trawls – Fish & bug New Year?

March fish report:  Atmospheric rivers and freshwater flushing continue to influence critters in the Bay.  I am coming to the...

Fish in the Bay – January 2019, UC Davis Trawls – Anchovy Spawn, a belated report.

Hi everyone.  The UC Davis/Hobbs Lab team was back again for March otter trawls in Lower South Bay this past...

Fish in the Bay – February 2019, UC Davis Trawls – Bug Bonanza! Winter rains bring more bugs!

Hi everyone.   I again accompanied the UC Davis / Hobbs team on Saturday, 23 February, for “20-milimeter Larval Fish Trawls.” ...

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