Fun Fact #34
In March 1883, the "tramp season" was in full swing. Five were "put off the passenger train" in Gridley at this time.



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Outdoors : Fishing

Lake Oroville



With Lake Oroville (California's 2nd largest lake and official home to the national Bass Tournament) in Butte County's backyar, the fishing story just got REAL good, but bass isn't all the county offers. There's fly fishing in the many streams and lakes; salmon fishing on one of the two rivers that run through (the Sacramento and Feather rivers); steelhead, trout and much more. Call lake Oroville visitor Center.



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