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"napa river" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:09 min | 2 months ago

"napa river" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Following it down with black and watching for the thumb. That's and Allegan. He's got it dialed in, doesn't he? It's called clearly Crappy Guide service, and he's on Facebook or working on a website for there is also a bass guide. And he was telling me that the bass fisherman last week of the top team, I got £32. That's for five fish and, like the top 20 teams all weighed over £20. So that's like four fish for pound average. But right now it's crappy on Facebook. Clearly crappy guide service. Here's his number 702. 4978937024978938 Let's switch gears go down and talk to Keith Frazier, Lock Woman, Marina and Sandra fell about what's going on in San Pablo Bay and sturgeon. Keith when it rains like it did done and San Pablo Bay. You don't have to wait for the Sacramento River Water. You've got pet the Petaluma River, so Noma Creek and the Napa River feeding San Pablo Bay. Um, has anything come of it yet, Or are we still waiting for it to take effect? Today's the first day we've had people out. You don't know It hasn't exactly been the Ah, beautiful weather here, But right now it's very nice, and I think we're gonna have a hell of a nice weekend. And I think there's going to be quite a quite a few bass in sturgeon costs this weekend, although the tides there certainly not spectacular. You're good time tomorrow starts right about time that it's stark. Oh, God. Okay, I got you. I got you. Well, uh, it's gonna be better than what we've had, because way can add a little muddy water of that, right? After exactly right conditions are much much better now than they were a week ago. I heard some see the hearing coming. The surgeon coming back from feeding on the herring spawns, and that's gonna make things a lot better in this in this ballpark. You know, Some friends of mine have fished twice down by the pump house this week and earlier in the week, and they got to sturgeon in the mind E inch class, So there's some big fish. Down there real big fish. Oh, yeah. You know, it's funny. You say that I had a customer in today and he said his last trip with was about a week ago. They had 27 footers on at the same time. He said. One of them might have been a few inches under seven. Beaten. They brought that alongside the vote of the same time they had one That was about 7.5 FT. That's pretty good. Those are big fish. Does her big fish. Yeah, well, God, we wait the law that doesn't allow people to keep them anymore. Yeah, you bet you bet. But also the fish and should be a little bit better because with the with the fresh water And a little bit of the muddy water kind of gets rid of. Ah, lot of the bait Steelers, right? Very definitely. I think a lot of the bad race has left anyway. But there are sharks to take your bait and quite a few. Uh, small shaker bass. Okay, Well, they're the best aren't going to go anywhere. But the sharks might leave us alone. A little bit, Huh? Short, she will probably take a hike. Yeah, they don't like a lot of fresh water either. When's our first good tides down there during the day. During the day would probably be over the week after next week. Without looking at the book. Okay, so at least a week from now. Yeah, definitely. That's Keith Frazier. Donna walked woman Marina. When that San Pablo Bay gets going, it goes good, because, like I said earlier, you got the Petaluma River, Sanoma Creek and the Napa River all put in water and mud in there, and that gets those sturgeon going. Each number If you want to check it out, get some bait always seems to have bait 41545603. To one after the break. We're going to talk to Kyle Wise Headhunter Guide service. We normally find him on New Maloney's reservoir, and we'll talk about that. But he's back down sturgeon fishing. I think they put in At about six this morning, so he's got an hour half under his belt. We'll find out if he's.

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"napa river" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

08:38 min | 1 year ago

"napa river" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"And so in Cameron feels like a very eastern Slavic city. I kind of thought it reminded me of Moscow but on a smaller scale a lot more colorful we were surprised. The main drag was blown up in World War Two by the USSR. Czar as the Nazis were approaching. And so it's all been rebuilt in this very stately communist style if you go beyond that main drag. It's beautiful colorful art nouveau townhouses. There's a certain sophistication in class in Kiev that I wasn't expecting given It's kind of low profile near national stage and yet you know. Even though it's it's got scars from it's it's long and tormented history. There's an incredible historical monuments and one of the ones that blew me away. The most is Saint Sophia Cathedral. It's this church. That is one thousand years old and you go in there and you I can see a thousand year old. Frescoes you go to Berlin. You go to London you go to go to Madrid. There's no thousand-year-old in spite of all the tumult these have survived NC Two thousand years. Yeah that's remarkable. Really when you think of the scorched earth policy of so many wars and so on. That's a real blessing. That is even there at all. Yeah it's spectacular okay. So they've got this More distant heritage but I would imagine there's also the Soviet heritage part of the USSR towering Motherland Monument and Salon. Can you describe that. Think a more bombastic statue of liberty overlooking the Great Napa River and surrounded by the great forests have kind of eastern Europe. And I and it's hilarious. It's amazing it's filled with this barely. Kind of retouched Soviet Era World War Two museum but you know not to make light of the incredible suffering that the Soviet people's went through and trying to you know repel Nazi threat so that is a memorial to the the motherland statue battles of World War. Exactly that's horrific classes. People underestimate how the Soviet Union paid a dear price Ukraine specifically even before world. War Two Stalin's Basically starved Ukraine to the rest of the empire so cameron USS War museums all over Europe. How does the World War Two museum at the base of the tower stack up? Well Ben said what was really interesting is. It's you get the sense that this is a very young country and a country that is still just sort of sticking it's claimed independence because most of the exhibits the exact same exhibits from when it was part of the USSR so they hadn't very very kind of Soviet spin two things that struck me as being really different. When is the last room is completely different because of course before the last room would have been celebration of the great victory of the USSR SR and building a great new world now? It's a very very poignant. Ukrainian focused With a big symbolic basically symbolic table. That's sort of a slavic funeral. Feast kind of honoring all of the people who were lost which was really poignant and then from that room you go back out into the main atrium and this really gave me chills out in the main atrium. They had a temporary exhibit about the war. That's going on right now. In eastern Ukraine with Russia with a bunch of tattered flags that had been sent to the front and then brought back as you push the door open to go out and see those flags you push a big door handle that shaped like a hammer and sickle so survives. It let arrives right. So they've left up the Russian hammer and sickle that you have to push out to get to the monument. I love the war against Russia tells you a lot about Ukraine's position in history and there's something poignant about a tourist who used to the West and American tourists and so on visiting Ukraine where there's a conflict going on right now and it's not a new conflict. There's been tension for for generations and generations. This travel with Rick Steves for talking with Cameron Hewitt and Ben Curtis the Ukraine. Our phone number is eight. Seven seven three three three seven four to five and Dennis is on the line from Wyckoff in New Jersey. Dennis thanks for your call What's your experience in you can? We've been there three times over the last ten years or couple in the sixties basically we always starting vs go to Cap Edessa And also the Kapadia mountains cross the capacity and go to rocky's and then which garage and go out to Hungary and our experiences experiences has been fantastic. You've been to most other countries in Europe. It's cheap it's extremely diverse. We always take public transportation tation Including those you know one dollar My favorite Kaz and going into Ukraine. We've done twice from Poland one with. It's actually the local bus once with an overnight train and once flying in from Germany. So we've done everything and we then Ukraine we have always always taken overnight trained And usually if it's We always go first class if he can get it. It's too bad. We have our own private compartment. If that's full we actually take the whole second class compartments four beds we use two of them and even then it's like forty dollars. Yes I I remember that just from other experienced deep into eastern Europe is just if you want the privacy of a second class compartment. Just buy up all the beds. I mean it's that cheap you know It sounds like you've enjoyed La. Vive and that is a nice complement to Kiev. I understand it's it's sort of the historic old capital. What is like to me is reminds us of a combination of crock cough in the end because it has the Viennese cafe culture and better than most places ah been in? Vienna and it has the Catholic Ukrainian church culture and then you Orthodox Ukrainian church culture sure and then the old Habsburg culture so there's so much there that I don't know where to start it's really old to Europe. nope probably Germany. Maybe eight years ago. I love the thought that it's Sort of a Ukrainian Crack off because a lot of people you know more size to big dominant city kind of maybe give and historic old capital. In fact I think Levin has that connection with Polish History Cameron. What's your take on the vive? Yeah Dennis put it exactly exactly right. It actually was a culturally Polish city for a lot of its history after World War. Two shifted the borders. Actually move the Polish people from leave to a city in in. What's now Poland? But it does as someone who's traveled a lot in Poland. It felt very very familiar. There was a sense of deja Vu. It's got the beautiful main square that kind of feels like a smaller version of that great main square in Krakow it has beautiful churches churches. It's interesting a lot of the church's feel Catholic from the outside and even the inside but they're Orthodox it tells you a little bit about the cultural heritage there. They have something called. Greek Catholic Catholic click coaches The technically Catholic liturgy is more like Orthodox. So you really feel like you really are which is at a crossroads of cultures and this is L- Aviv. LV IV Ben. What's your memory of Lviv when you were there? I think you'll Aviv is a great introduction to Ukraine for people who might be curious. But you don't really know where to start because it has. Is that great historical fabric. It is as Cameron and Denison said this kind of thing. You didn't cultures But it's really easy it's manageable size. There used to tourists Dennis. Thanks for your call. You're welcome this is travel with Rick. Steves we've been talking with Cameron Hewitt and Ben Curtis about their adventure in Ukraine and Ben and Cameron talking to you guys about this. It just reminds me. Do you think even broader than Ukraine that you can have soft adventures by choosing to go places that are just a little beyond just a little bit off the radar going beyond on tourism and in these days. I think that's more important than ever. That's something I thought a lot about a lot. We were traveling on Ukraine. I've been hearing a lot. The last year to about the really famous places in Europe are getting so crowded there almost unpleasant to visit. And I gotTa tell you. We had Ukraine to ourselves. We went to this gorgeous. Orthodox monastery complex in Kiev on a hill overlooking the river with gorgeous gorgeous domes. And then you go into these underground crypts where you see the graves of all the monks who used to live there. We spent probably two or three hours on a on a busy Sunday during the place and as we were leaving it suddenly occurred to us. We had not seen a single other American traveler there and It was just really exciting to feel like we were in on something secret. You know. Thank you guys. It's very much thank you. Thank you travel with. Rick Steves is produced by yours. Truly Tin Tap of with Isaiah Kaplan wander and Caz Mahal. At Rick Steves Europe in Edmonds Washington Washington. Our website is managed by Andrew. Wakeling and Amara Kip Nicole. We get promotional support from Sheila Bruce Off our theme music is by Jerry Frank. You'll you'll find guest information and you can listen again on demand and Rick Steves dot com slash radio. We'll see you again next week with more travel. With Rick Steves. Rick Steves teaches smart European travel. At Rick Steves Dot Com. You'll find an archive of interviews from his radio. 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"napa river" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

12:39 min | 1 year ago

"napa river" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"All right. So DMP which you mentioned at the onset, the, the, the one part of this, concoction, the P Veritas contains DM t to pronounce that. Oh, yes, it's Di methyl trip to me. Oh, could you just rolls off the tongue? Now. Doesn't it? So this is something not exclusive to P Veritas. It's found in a bunch of psychedelic substances in this is something that can cause loosens perhaps changes in your perception, your state of consciousness, your sense of self which will really get into it has a lot to do with the Oscar journey. However, if you just eat the DM t-, it's not going to have this kind of affect on you because there's an enzyme called mono Amine oxidise, and that's going to break down in your digestive system before it gets absorbed. See have to combine it with this copy vine, which prevents the uptake of it. Yeah, the copy vine has an alkaloid call. The harm all alkaloid and harm lanes are Saipa psychotropic in and of themselves, which is why the, the copy vine alone used to just be Iowa ska. But the fact that it prevents you're, you're the mono Amine Ossetia's to break down the DM, t it allows your body to absorb it and all of a sudden your trip in balls. Although I hear it's not all of a sudden, I think it's it takes a good thirty minutes to come on. And then it takes a supplementary boost an hour. So. So later to, to really bring on, like, the, the kind of transcendent experience, that people are looking for when they take us go. Yeah. For sure. So you've got the you've got the DM t being absorbed. That's the one two punch. You've got the DM t- itself. And then you've got the plant that allows the DM t to be absorbed in when you put those two things together the P Varietes and the b- copy. That's what the that's the Iowa that you read about vice. That's what they're talking about. Yeah. In these, you know, this is administered by a shaman, someone who ideally, as shaman that knows what they're doing. And there's sometimes there are other plants that are brewed in there as well, but not always, and sometimes it's separately, and then combined later. Sometimes it all depends on, which shaman you go to what the ritual is, like, sometimes you're included as part of it, sometimes it's like a thick liquid t-. Sometimes it's a paste, it's been. Scribe no matter what it is. It seems like around the horn. Everybody says it it tastes awful so awful that, that you can very easily throw up, which is something that's pretty common with, with the Nyawosa experiences. I didn't get that from the from the taste though. That was like, once it's in your body. It makes you nauseous and you throw up. Right. But like, oh, this tastes bad. I'm gonna puke it up. No. Because then it wouldn't be in your body long enough to be absorbed. Right. Yeah. But I think the taste in the memory of the taste combined with the nausea is enough to throw up. But the whether whether you do throw it for not it's not necessarily like hundred percent you're going to throw up there. The point one of the points of an Iowa ceremony is to throw up your meant to throw up and you're, you will actually be forced into this either. If you don't do it from the Iowa, ska, you may also be given something like tobacco juice. Like a water with tobacco. That's soaked in it for a while. And you'll be told the drink that so that you will throw up because this idea of purging, whether it's throwing up or diarrheas, very frequent side, effective, Iowa, very frequent, you are, you are meant to be purging your body and it's meant to be this kind of symbolic spiritual purge of your ego of all the nastiness of all the, the horrible nece, that's part of you getting it out as part of the trip as trip sets in. Yeah. In the taste has been described the New York Times said it's like a muddy herbal taste someone from vox dot com took it a guy named Sean Illing. He described it as a Cup of motor oil diluted with a splash of water. Right. So I read, I read it's almost as gross as Nikko wafer. Nikko wafer. Good on you have, you know what am I crazy? What are they go away? For like old timey kind of like chalky candy comes in a role. You seen them probably you've seen them, and my old, timey candidateship, exactly. Sure. I did. So. All right. I guess we should talk a little bit about. Like you said, it's orange is origins in the Napa river basin by this Ruina tribe, like you said, and it's called the vine of death or the mother vine this copy. And they think that early on, they may have just taken this copy by itself. Right. Right. Because the brew it's got the hormones in it. That's not only an M A O, but also has its own kind of psychoactive stuff going on. So that was the original Wasco. Yeah. And we have written accounts from like the seventeen hundreds when Jesuits with go to the Amazon to try, you know, Christian is folks and trip balls, because I'm sure the entry was like, whoa. And that's it. Hear about the guy that was just killed the missionary. Yes. On senegalese. The sentinel island. Yeah. He. It's like something from a movie he went at first and a child shot an arrow through a bible that he was holding apparently. I hadn't heard about that because he had he went back a few times, and it was like journaling about it and said, he basically like held up his bibles like some movie and an era was shot through it. And like dude if that is not like if you believe in God, that's a sign from God. Well, you remember the turn around the man in the whole episode we talked about them. They were the ones that like you like everyone knew you just don't go anywhere near them. And some fishermen had been killed like years few years back, and this guy, I guess had tried he decided he was going to be the one. Yeah. I don't actually know enough about the story, but he clearly was trying to gain access to them. Yeah. Yeah. He was trying to spread the word of Jesus paid like you're not supposed. It's illegal to even trespass there, but he paid people sort of under the table to take him there, and they did. So in those people were arrested and his family saying you need to let these people go because he like, really? Wanted to do this. I see three interesting. Yeah, it is crazy. But I just like that sounds like something you would make up from a movie like shooting ERO through the bible. Sidetrack. But we were talking about the Jesuits like having this on record in the seventeen hundreds when they went in there, like, hey, there's something going on down here. That's very interesting. Yeah. In even William Burroughs wrote the letters in nineteen sixty three and it was about his experience with the Iowa divine in apparently the practitioners at the time, new well into the to the, the twentieth century that you could combine it with the p Varietes in have a completely different experience. But that wasn't necessarily the point that was like an optional ceremony. You could perform for the most the most widespread and traditional ceremony was just the vine of death right? Yeah. And then at some point, somebody started putting them together in word about this God out in the mid two thousand is when it just I- Awasa kind of hit the public, conscious. Business in the west. Yeah. I mean, in the sixties, of course, in, in certain, you know, subcultures in America, they knew about it because of Williams boroughs and people seeking out. You know, things like peyote in all kinds of psychedelic experiences. But it definitely was not sort of in the mainstream until you know, not not too long ago, and even still, I think even at the time it was strictly, the harm liens, and just, the, the vine that was being used the copy vine, it was it wasn't somebody started putting it together frequently with the, the Beretta's plant in, that's when it became hugely popular. Yes. So popular now that there is Iowa. Tourism, big time like going on in South America. In said, the central part is Peru's room Bomba valley. And if you I mean, if you're going down for an Iowa ska expr-. Like a spiritual quest is, is the reason you're going down there. I don't fault you for that at all. Sure. The you have to understand the you have to do your research can't to show up in South America and be like, all right. Give me some Iowa ska because there are a lot of insecurity Lous in nefarious outfits that have come up to take advantage explicitly of that kind of western tourists. The ill-informed, western tourists who is going to have a horrible, terrible trip and not going to get the spiritual experience. You're looking for so you have to do your research, because there are some legitimate, I scout fits in South America. But you they're, they're not going to take you just show up down there and you're going to end up in some, some in a bad situation. Yeah. For sure. So taking part in, in one of these ceremonies. Let's say you do find like a legit shaman, who's willing to take your American dollars or whatever. However, you're paying. Your gold ingots and trinkets. It's still, it's sort of funny. It all goes back to Burroughs with the set and setting thing, which is what he famously preached about any psychedelic experience is to really put a lot of thought into the set in the setting where you're going to do this as well for you. So as this concoction is being brewed, like I said before, sometimes you're taking part in this in helping to mash it up and brew t-, but what they're really trying to do is the whole ceremony isn't just like for show. It's, it's all part of the thing to get you settled in and focused on kind of the right things going in. Like what do you want to accomplish here? What you want to find out about yourself. What questions do you have about yourself and really get into that, that frame of mind as they hand, you your puke bucket, although I would recommend bringing your own. Oh, yeah. I hadn't thought about that. I wouldn't one reused puke. Bucket lord. I hadn't even considered that it'd be for me. So, yeah. I can just totally see how as a as a westerner, you would just be like, come on. We don't need the ceremony stuff. Give me the good stuff. Right. But like you said, that's the point is the ease you into it to get your mind and body prepared for this enormous trip. You're about to go on, because if you just get dropped right in the middle of it without any kind of preparation or with out any kind of assistance, you're going to lose your marbles pretty pretty well, yeah. So that is a big part of going on in Iowa journey is, is having somebody who's competent trained and empathetic in willing to stay there with you to prepare you to stay with you to keep an eye on you, you need to be monitored. You can't be up like just running off into the jungle by yourself because terrible things are going to happen to you in that situation and then to help you afterward, as well. And from from some of the preliminary research that starting to come in, if you undertake in Iowa ska journey, I guess it was the best word I can come up with under the right setting under the right guidance with the right support both pre during and after it can have profound effects on your spirituality, and your sense of connectedness to the universe..

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"napa river" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

14:42 min | 2 years ago

"napa river" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"All right. So DM t-, which you mentioned that the onset, the, the, the one part of this concoction, the P Veritas contains the Mt pronounce that. Oh, yes. It's dia method trip to me. Could you just rolls off the tongue? Now, doesn't it? So this is something not exclusive to p Veritas founded a bunch of psychedelic substances, and this is something that can cause listens. Perhaps changes in your perception. Your state of consciousness. Your sense of self which will really get into it has a lot to do with the Iowa journey. However, if you just eat the Mt, it's not going to have this kind of affect on you because there's an enzyme called mono Amine oxidise, and that's gonna break down in your digestive system before it gets absorbed. See have to combine it with this copy vine, which prevents the uptake of it. Yeah. The copy vine has an alkaloid called the harm Allah, alkaloid, and harm lanes are Sipe, psychotropic, and of themselves, which is why the, the copy vine alone used to just be Iowa ska. But the fact that it prevents your, the mono Amine oxidise to break down the DM, t it allows your body to absorb it and all of a sudden you're tripping balls. Although I hear it's not all of a sudden, I think it's it takes a good thirty minutes to come on, and then it takes like a supplementary boost. An hour. So later to, to really bring on like the kind of transcendent experience, that people are looking for when they take us. Yeah. For sure. So you've got the you've got the DM t being absorbed. That's the one two punch. Right. You've got the DM t- itself. And then you've got the plant that allows the DM t to be absorbed. And when you put those two things together the P Varietes and the b- copy. That's what that's the Iowa that you read about vice. That's what they're talking about. Yeah. In these, you know, this is administered by a shaman someone who ideally is a shaman that knows what they're doing. And there's sometimes there are other plants that are brewed in there as well, but not always, and sometimes it's separately, and then combined later. Sometimes it all depends on, which shaman you go to what the ritual is. Like, sometimes you're included as part of it, sometimes it's like a thick liquid t-. Sometimes it's a paste, it's been described, no matter what it is. It seems like around the, the horn everybody says it it tastes awful so awful that, that you can very easily through. Up, which is something that's pretty common with, with the Nyawosa experiences. I didn't get that from the from the taste though. That was like, once it's in your body. It makes you nauseous and you throw up. Right. But like, oh, this tastes bad. I'm gonna puke it up. No. Because then it wouldn't be in your body long enough to be absorbed. Right. Yeah. But I think the taste in the memory of the taste combined with the nausea is enough to throw up, but the whether whether you do throw up or not it's not necessarily like one hundred percent you're going to throw up there. The point one of the points of an Iowa ceremony is to throw up your meant to throw up and you're, you will actually be forced into this either. If you don't do it from the Iowa, ska, you may also be given something like tobacco juice, like a water with tobacco. That's soaked for a while. And you'll be told the drink that so that you will throw up because this idea of purging whether it's throwing up. Or diarrhea Zaveri, frequent side, effective, Iowa, very frequent, you are, you are meant to be purging your body and it's meant to be this kind of symbolic spiritual purge of your ego of all the nastiness of all the, the horrible nece. That's a part of you getting it out as part of the trip as trip sets in. Yeah. In the taste has been described the New York Times said it's like a muddy herbal taste someone from vox dot com to get a gun Sean Illing. He described it as a Cup of motor oil diluted with a splash of water. Right. So I read, I read it's almost as gross as Nikko wafer. Had a nickel waiver good on. You. Have you know what am I crazy? What are they go away? For like old timey kind of like chalky candy comes in a role. You seen them probably you've seen them in my old, timey candidates. Exactly. Sure. I did. Yeah. So. All right. I guess we should talk a little bit about. Like you said, it's orange origins. In the Napa river basin by this Ruina, tribe, like you said. And it's called the vine of death or the mother vine this copy. And they think that early on, they may have just taken this copy by itself. Right. Right. Because the brew it's got the harm lanes in it. That's not only an MA. Oh, but also has its own kind of psychoactive stuff going on. So that was the original Wasco. Yeah. And we have written accounts from like the seventeen hundreds when Jesuits would go to the Amazon to try, you know, Christian is folks and trip balls. Because I'm sure the entry was like, whoa. And that's it. Hear about the guy that was just killed the missionary. Yes. On senegalese. The sentinel island. Yeah. He. It's like something from a movie he went at first and a child shot an arrow through a bible that he was holding. Apparently I hadn't heard about that. Yeah, because he had he went back a few times and was like journaling about it. Instead. He basically like held up his bibles like some from a movie and an era was shot through it. And like dude if that is not like if you believe in God, that's a sign from God. Well, you remember the turn around the man in the whole episode we talked about them. Yeah. They were the ones that like you like everyone knew you just don't go anywhere near them. And some fishermen had been killed like years few years back, and this guy, I guess had tried he decided he was going to be the one. Yeah. I don't actually know enough about the story, but he clearly was trying to gain access to them. Yeah. Yeah. He was trying to spread the word of Jesus and paid like you're not supposed. It's illegal, I think even trespass there, but he paid. People sort of under the table to take him there, and they did. So in those people were arrested and his family saying you need to let these people go because he like, really wanted to do this. I see three interesting. Yeah, it is crazy. But I just like that sounds like something you would make up from a movie like shooting an aero through the bible holding up, right? So we got a little sidetracked, but we were talking about the Jesuits like having this on record in the seventeen hundreds, right? When they went in there, like, hey, there's something going on down here. That's very interesting. Yeah. And even Williams, Burroughs wrote the letters in nineteen sixty three and it was about his experience with the Iowa divine, and apparently they the practitioners at the time new well into the to the the twentieth century that you could combine it with the p. Artists and have a completely different experience. But that wasn't necessarily the point that was like an optional ceremony you could perform. But the most the most widespread traditional ceremony was just the vine of death, right? Yeah. And then at some point, somebody started putting them together in word about this out in the mid two thousand when it just I- Wasco kind of hit the public consciousness in the west. Yeah. I mean, in the sixties, of course, in, in certain, you know, subcultures in America, they knew about it because of Williams boroughs, and people seeking out things like peyote and all kinds of psychedelic experiences. But it definitely was not sort of in the mainstream until, you know, not too long ago, and even still, I think even at the time it was strictly, the harm liens, and, and just, the, the vine that was being used the copy, vine, it was it wasn't somebody started put. Tting it together. Frequently with the, the Beretta's plant in. That's when it became hugely popular. Yes. So popular now that there is I waspa- tourism, big time like going on in South America, in the central part is Peru's room valley. And if you I mean, if you you're going down for an Iowa ska experience like a spiritual quest is, is the reason you're going down there. I don't fault you for that at all. Sure. The you have to understand the you have to do your research can't to show up in South America and be like, all right. So give me some Iowa, because there are a lot of insecurity Lous in Farias outfits that have come up to take advantage explicitly of that kind of western tourists. The ill, informed western tourists, who is going to have a horrible, terrible trip and not going to get these spiritual experience, you're looking for so you have to do your research, because there are some legitimate Iowa scout fits in South America, but you there they're not going to take you just show up down there and you're going to end up in some to in a bad situation. Yeah. For sure. So taking part in, in one of these ceremonies. Let's say you do find like a legit shaman, who's willing to take your American dollars or whatever. However, you're paying. Your gold ingots drink hits. It's still sort of funny. It all goes back to Burroughs with the set and setting thing, which is what he famously preached about any psychedelic experience is to really put a lot of thought into the set in the setting where you're going to do this took as well for you. So as this. Concoction is being brewed like I said before, sometimes you're taking part in this in helping the mashed up and brew t-, but what they're really trying to do is the whole ceremony isn't just like for show. It's, it's all part of the thing to get you settled in and on kind of the right things going in like what do you want to accomplish here? What do you wanna find out about yourself? What questions do you have about yourself and really get into that, that frame of mind as they hand, you your puke bucket, although I would recommend bringing your own. Oh, yeah. I hadn't thought about that. I would not want a reused bucket. Good lord. I hadn't even considered that it'd be for me. So, yeah. I can just totally see how as a as a westerner, you would just be like, come on. We don't need a ceremony this. Give me the good stuff. Right. But like you said, that's the point is the ease you into it to get your mind and body prepared for this, this enormous trip. You're about to go on, because you just get dropped right in the middle of it without any kind of preparation or with out any kind of a since you're going to lose your marbles pretty pretty well, yeah. So that is a big part of going on in Iowa journey is, is having somebody who's competent trained and empathetic in willing to stay there with you to prepare you to stay with you to keep an eye on you, you need to be monitored. You can't be up like just running off into the jungle by yourself because terrible things are going to happen to you in that situation and then to help you afterward, as well. And from from some of the preliminary research that starting to come in, if you undertake in Iowa ska journey, I guess it was the best word I can come up with under the right setting under the right guidance with the right support both pre during and after it can have profound effects on your spirituality, and your sense of connectedness to the universe. It can also possibly help you with with diagnosed mental illness as well. Yeah, we'll we'll get to the illness part mental illness part at NIU. But just your standard sort of a truth seeker. Let's say, okay. It's very much tied into like the an ideal conditions and like the sixties and seventies with just beyond. But the LSD experience in that those a lot of talk in the sixties about the ego, and every, you know, hip musician in the United States talked about stripping away the ego. From Brian Wilson to the mamas and the Papas to, you know, Neil young is stripping away that ego of yourself, basically, which which means kind of getting outside yourself to the point where you're not looking at the world around you and how it affects you. But there is no you there is. No, it's a loss of self such that so profound that you can only see the world and people around you as they exist in reality. It's a pretty sort of deep trippy thing to try and describe in words on a podcast. But I think that's sort of the general thing is, is washing that ego down to where it's not around anymore. And you get a true sense of the world around, you. Right. Like for the maybe for the first time. Yeah, yeah. The ego in and of itself, isn't a bad thing. Like it's, it's they think that it developed among animals is that your sense of self awareness. That's the thing that leads you to. To preserve your own life to get away from danger to realize that like you can die because there is a you. Right. It's a very basic thing. The problem is in humans, as we've evolved are ego has also evolved. It can get to a point where it's unhealthy. It's kind of toxic. It can help you develop Badra, bad relationships, people don't wanna be around. You can also affect your self esteem..

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"napa river" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"napa river" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Once you go through a layering affect through county conservation regulations. Now ordinance regulations to continue to have eg productive. This. Napa county were an avid Conway, are you hoping that there is really no more your development in that. You. Feel the valley's been filled out essentially both on the hillsides and on the valley floor. No. And I don't think that number of measure see people would feel that way. But I do think that hillsides as he says are slippery slope and referring. Referring to the political process. Of course, I do want to just remind also our audience that if they want to join the conversation, they can go ahead and raise their hands. And one of our producers will bring a microphone to you. And I want to start by going to some of our callers because we have a lot of calls coming in. We're going to start with Chris Noma? Hi, chris. Great. There. Hi. Can you hear me? Yes. I can a great topic. I just had a I just turned the radio on. I'm sorry. I'm a little I haven't heard the entire show. But what I wanted to make comment about what we see over the hill. And I grew up in this town. So it's in the reappropriation of water in the valley is amazing. The vineyards are doing not negative in many, my friends have innards families that Vitner, but completely reappropriated the one of the strange that used to run been pumped in there being pumped into the ad. And granted, I know these mega mansions, take the water too. But it's a real good topic. We had treats it ran here. Then no longer run any more. A little different in that the river flows titled through nap in cinema creek is dry and it used to run you talk to the old timers in town. It was amazing. How much water was here? So it's just something that I've noticed I wanted to share it really appreciate the topic. Thank you. Chris thanks for the for the point that you're making. I mean, Ryan Clovis hearing some real concerns about water about water quality about Celta's, Patricia Damri was mentioning. I mean, do you really need to wait for a study to be able to tell you how to move forward County Georgia done studies on water quality and the latest ones show that there's not an issue. So if there is then point to what the issue is been efforts made to try to do a study independent of the county independent of say some of that measure z would be working with independent of someone would be working with has been an effort to do that here. Hearing time there are well there are steady someone that you both would trust. I see I think this is where when we through this into a political arena. We sacrificed looking at real science because I'll tell you. We're talking about two different things. I I think the conservation regulations when they're enforced and monitored are good. But they're not enforced often code enforcement is a real issue, and they're not monitored when things are put in and we have evidence that we have taken pictures of water this coming off vineyards and water this coming off fourth right next door and the ones off any vineyards is full of mud and next door is clear. The Napa river is listed for silt and sedimentation, maybe it will be taken off this recommended. It may be taken off for nutrient. Too many nutrients in it. It hasn't been taken off yet. So that is a direct result of our development. Whether it's vineyard or residential whatever it is. And we'll let me go next to Jeff in our audience. Jeff you'd like to make a comment. Hi there. My name's Jeff Ellsworth. I'm the mayor of the town Saint Helena up valley as mayor insane Elena. One of my main concerns is that over development and deforestation in the water source areas. Above our municipal reservoirs. Whether it's grapes or cannabis or whatever it is can affect the water quality and quantity in our reservoir..

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Napa River, Nebraska And Mississippi River discussed on Kim Komando

Kim Komando

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Napa River, Nebraska And Mississippi River discussed on Kim Komando

"Amendment massive flooding in the midwest after a bomb cyclone sent rivers over their banks in parts of Nebraska, Missouri. And I awoke in Fremont county, Iowa the town of Hamburg is threatened by floodwaters. A picture posted on Facebook shows water all the way up to the top of the Bartlett churches front door, the Missouri. River, separates, Iowa and Nebraska, national weather service meteorologist Mark Chaloner says it's flooding on the other side of the state to have flooding across much of the Mississippi River and passes antigen hoping Napa river has been in flood now for a couple of weeks. So that flooding continue the cross

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"napa river" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"napa river" Discussed on KQED Radio

"River is supposed to cross flood stage formerly at about six PM. And you know, even though that's sort of the technical flood stage. We're seeing. Roads in the area that have been inundated all afternoon already. Now. The Napa river at the city of Napa and at Saint Helena is also expected to rise. Above flood stage, though, recent fun park has helped that county deal with these types of drenching storms. That's right. There is a major flood control project to protect a specially central Napa from severe flooding events that Dave experienced in the past. And so the main part of the city of Napa is supposed to go through this without too much of a problem. There are areas north and south of the central part of Napa that will see some inundation the although the flooding forecast is described as for minor to moderate flooding that being said they're going to be lots of road closures in the Napa Valley. We've already seen some of those for instance, Oakville crossroad between highway twenty nine and Silverado trail that's been closed all day and more rain is expected. How much more rain, Dan? Well, we're in. In for another round of very intense rain throughout the evening. It looks like it could peak around ten or eleven o'clock tonight. According to the latest weather models, and unfortunately, it looks like the major punch for that is going to land in the north bay again. Although the rest of the area can expect to see some periods of heavy rain. And when I say the rest of the area, I'm talking about all the way down to the south bay, which has been mostly dry throughout the storm before I let you go, Dan any other notable effects of this storm that we haven't covered yet. Well, I think if you look outside the bay area, there's a major snowstorm raging in the Sierra Nevada. And then if you look at our reservoirs, especially lake were avail and Shasta lake those are filling up, and so those are going to be in the news in the coming weeks. Lots to monitor cake editor, Dan Brekke. Thanks so much. You're welcome. I'm Mina Kim. Kiwi. Dino's now, we do have an update from the national weather service at this hour. They say the atmosphere. Feerick. River is expected to continue to bring moderate to heavy rainfall to the north bay through late tonight. Moderate to heavy rain to finally spread south across the remainder of the bay area during the overnight hours widespread flooding continue across the north bay tonight. Some of the larger north bay rivers will continue to flood through at least Wednesday night. Also with the system strong. Gusty winds are expected through late tonight. The potential for down trees and power outages. Lingering showers are then expected on Wednesday and Wednesday night. And now a flood warnings are still in effect flood warning continuing for the following rivers, including the Napa river near Saint Alina, the Napper every near Napa and the Russian river new Healdsburg and also at Johnson's beach near Guerneville again, flood warnings for those rivers also flood warnings up for small streams in sonoma's county urban and small streams in Marin county and flood warnings for urban and small streams in Napa county. Stay.

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"napa river" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"napa river" Discussed on KQED Radio

"River is supposed to cross flood stage formerly at about six PM. And even though that's sort of the technical flood stage. We're seeing roads in the area that have. Inundated all afternoon already. Now. The Napa river at the city of Napa and at Saint Helena is also expected to rise. Above flood stage, though, recent fun park has helped that county deal with these types of trenching storms. That's right. There is a major flood control project to protect a specially central Napa from severe flooding events that Dave experienced in the past. And so the main part of the city of Napa is supposed to go through this without too much of a problem. There are areas north and south of the central part of Napa that will see some inundation the although the flooding forecast is described as for minor to moderate flooding that being said there are going to be lots of road closures in the Napa Valley. We've already seen some of those for instance, Oakville crossroad between highway twenty nine and Silverado trail that's been closed all day and more rain is expected. How much more rain, Dan? Well, we're in for another row. Round of very intense rain throughout the evening at looks like it could peak around ten or eleven o'clock tonight. According to the latest weather models, and unfortunately, it looks like the major punch for that is going to land in the north bay again. Although the rest of the area can expect to see some periods of heavy rain. And when I say the rest of the area I've talking about all the way down to the south bay, which has been mostly dry throughout the storm before I let you go, Dan any other notable effects of this storm that we haven't covered yet. Well, I think if you look outside the bay area, there's a major snowstorm raging in the Sierra.

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"napa river" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"napa river" Discussed on KGO 810

"Good evening, I'm Nikki medoro. One female suspect is in custody. But San Jose police are still surrounding a UPS truck at first and Trimble in San Jose where there was a hostage situation the hostages now safe. But this reportedly started as a police chase at China with avenue and Pearl avenue. Dozens of cop cars and sheriff deputies have blocked off the road. The other suspect is reportedly still in the UPS truck and had shot a deputies during the pursuit suspect is considered armed and dangerous. So you are advised to avoid the area. Again. This is a first and Trimble in San Jose cinema county. Authorities are advising residents living in low lying areas near the Russian river to consider moving to higher ground. They say the river will crust at thirty six feet at one o'clock tomorrow morning. In the meantime, the national weather service has cancelled flood warnings or the Guadalupe river above Almaden expressway in San. And for the Napa river civil liberties groups are suing in San Francisco to block, the Trump administration from returning asylum seekers to Mexico their cases, wind through immigration courts. The groups say the policy puts asylum seekers endanger, and violates US immigration law. Homeland security officials have said the policy is crucial to manage the crush of asylum seekers at the border. And if you think you're getting a lot of robocalls, now, just wait. A new report says nearly half the calls may to use cell in two thousand nineteen will be spam. That according to a study reference in a Federal Communications Commission report. It says ninety percent of those calls will have a millionaire caller ID. But there is not an effective way of identifying a call a spam before answering now back to chip Franklin on K G O eight ten. So I always get craps from Heather, and and everybody Nikki everybody when I talk about drugs, and.

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"napa river" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"napa river" Discussed on KGO 810

"That major rivers like the Napa and Russian rivers could cross at some point tomorrow or Friday. Which could cause additional problems? But so far, it's just a tough one on the folks driving around out there right now, we've seen several reports on Twitter of roads flooded. But we think we have not seen any reports of water into homes or buildings at this time. We have heard some rescues have taken place along north bay roadways where vehicles have gotten stop. Napa river is forecasted reached flood stage tomorrow morning, which could lead to flooding in the lower downtown area. A storm has led to massive delays and cancellations of bay area airports, nearly one hundred flights have been canceled at SF, oh, there are delays of up to three hours. At least ten flights have been canceled at Oakland international. San francisco. Fire Commissioner Joe Elliott, oh Veronese is going to bat for firefighters at station forty nine in an effort to get their beloved cat. Back alley iota tells ABC seven that he doesn't buy the department's reason for making the team get rid of EDNA the cat because of a policy not allowing animals on the property. He's presenting a proposal today to revise station policy to allow animals EDNA has been living at the station for more than four years until an anonymous complaint prompted the captain to ask EDNA to be removed to the dismay of workers. Her story has since captured the hearts of the world on Instagram with more than thirty thousand followers. Go EDNA fifteen years after it landed on the red planet Nasr's longest running Rover has been declared dead moment of silence for effect the Mars Rover project director Marquel. Scientists sent more than a thousand commands to try and reach the opportunity Rover before calling the mission complete even though it's a machine. Gene. And we're saying goodbye, it's still very hard and very poignant. But we had to do that. We came to that point..

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"napa river" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

09:38 min | 2 years ago

"napa river" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Show. I'm Bob SIMS. Thank you for tuning in this morning. This rainy morning coming down the hill had a little bit of everything. Heavy heavy rain, and then lighter rain than heavy win a little bit of everything. So we're getting soaked. Here we go again restart to get a a little pattern going was stable weather. Especially for steelhead fisherman, and in the delta with with the clear waters are not clear, but at least better conditions than we've had we're about to see that go away. But. That's what it's all about. Right. Anyway, we will cover down in the delta today. I think it's going to be kind of baby steps thing. You know steps forward. However this week I did hear some encouraging news down in the delta and it had to do with sturgeon. It of obviously made a move. I think it was was it two weeks ago two weeks ago. There was a sturgeon derby down there, aren't they three hundred eighty four people caught Twenty-one keepers. It's not a very good average the week before that has started raining San Pablo bay got muddied up, but it got mostly muddied up from sonoma's creek in Petaluma creek and probably the Napa river, and it started fishing mud. Hit sturgeon fishing. Got a lot better a private skiffs are out there doing pretty doggone good that kind of leveled off. And then we have somebody water coming down the Sacramento river. And so we had the the in between and is very Cannavaro said last week. He's down by the middle grounds. And the water was clear there than any place else on Dom below San Pablo money up above its muddy because of the water coming down the river kind of a little oasis. They're with Clearwater. And now people at first people said, well, we're not marking any sturgeon, you know, on the sooner units. And then we started hearing people markan fish, and there's always those fish, very very deep water, which is can be very effective, but not as much fun fishing fifty to seventy five feet deep. You gotta use a pound of weight on a fishing. Rod is not exactly the most fun, but still can be an effective fishing method. What's really fun is when they get into shallow water, you know, twenty feet fifteen feet or even less, but that hasn't that hadn't happened to any great extent. And it was just kind of hunt, and peck and hunt, and peck and then two days ago. I heard about how some sturgeon were rising down in a look in cash Lou right up from the Sacramento deep water channel there right by prospect. Which is a very well known sturgeon spot a lot of people fish there, but nobody had been fishing there. And these. It was one one oversized hooked up and lost. But fish were jumping. So at least that some evidence the disturbing made a move, and they could be up in the liberty island area. They'll spread out from there. So as we go along we'll hear reports on that. I'm sure, but now we have to go you lightest creek the comes in down through Dixon, and boy that would not when it rains like this that is dress or mud that comes in there. So here we go again. We'll just have to see how bad it gets. But like, I say, it's a process best sturgeon fishing is usually March, and then we can have a little highlights between now and then. And hopefully, they'll be more highlights than non highlights will just have to wait and see. And we also see what Barry after say. Just a few minutes. They had a great 'Croppy tournament last week it clear leg lay limited it to fifty boats it sold out in a week and a half when the announced it back in December. Now, they're going to have another. We're going to get the results of the that crop tournament and what they were using. And it was it was quite an event. And so they're gonna have actually three more events this spring on 'Croppy. They're going to kind of spread it around the lake from different areas. So everybody can get involved. And then the the last one in probably late spring will be kind of like the tournament of champions of the three previous ones. So it's all catch and release. It's really sounds like everybody really bought into it. So anyway, we'll get a report there American river. You know, we keep saying that the the fishing is slowing down. But every time I checked Fisher still being caught seems almost like it's on the same pace. As since oh, Reverend rivers been open on January first. Inefficient hasn't been great by any means. But when there's fish caught consistently. You got to considered at least fair when you have a reasonable chance to go out and hook a steelhead in the American river. It's worth going, especially if you don't have to drive too far. So that was the case again this week. Some fish were caught. We're we're seeing a few downstream IRS now. And even though they're heading back to the ocean and are not as fat as worthy when they were before they spawned her fighters. There's just something about those dining stream downstream. They really fight though. You're gonna have some fun there. This is the kind of weather that I can add pyramid leg just love. And this is when they catch big cutthroat trout, and the people that catch most of them are the are the Bank fishermen, you don't wanna be out in a boating pyramid. It's stormy, but I'll tell you you don't have to be because he's big fish follow this shelf around the lake and you can catch. We will definitely get a report there about what's going on. And I have to say, I know that's not for everybody. But you gotta realize the world record cutthroat was taken in pyramid lake. I think in nineteen twenty six. I can't swear to that. But I'm within. I think a couple of years forty one pounds. They've taken fish over twenty five pounds there in the last few years. A fourteen Pounder was caught yesterday. Those are monsters biggest biggest cutthroat trout in the world. And if you go up and do it in your hook a fish. You're just feel elated that you were successful. So that's what's in store for your the trinity not many fishermen near hard to get a good handle on things. However, a few fish are being caught up in the Smith and Chet go. The the Smith continues to kinda limp along at Chet go. We had a great day yesterday Albert cut ski who have a report from landed five fish yesterday that is a good day. Plus, I think it was up to fifteen pounds his average fish on the check for this year has been a good solid ten pounds and just a few miles away on the Smith. It's been a much smaller average that just shows you the difference of all these rivers and how the cycle with their runs ignore clear down the coast and point data. But we'll get a report there on the the you'll river. Doesn't look like there's going to be as much rain in the extreme northern portions like the Smith in the check, oh as was predicted supposed to it was supposed to be a gully washer yesterday and Albert was out there in it. No fishing was fabulous. So most of the rain is going to skew south. So that will probably wipe out rivers like the eel in the van Dusen in the mad river. So we'll get a repair repeat there. We'll find out what's going on steelhead wise in the rogue river and also on the river, which more and more people are going to go up by five it's the same distance as if you go up to grants pass over to the Smith only, it's not quite as curvier road. So that's kind of interesting. We'll get an update on what's going on at bullard's bar Shifter's any sturgeon up river. Today's a junior waterfowl hunt today and tomorrow, we'll hear about that from Mike Cruz, CLYDE. Join us Scotland will join us and Don pagan nilly, we'll call it in seven o'clock hour, and we're trying to get on Folsom lake. It's tough to do because you know, the storms put it up a bunch of waters come up thirty feet and thirty days that doesn't always do the fishing. Good. And we're trying to pick don's brain to see what we have to do on Folsom leg to catch some bass in February all that and more coming up on a cave Piquet outdoor show. Thanks for being here extremist live.

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"napa river" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

09:38 min | 2 years ago

"napa river" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I'm Bob SIMS. Thank you for tuning in this morning. This rainy morning coming down the hill had a little bit of everything. Heavy heavy rain. And then later rain, heavy win a little bit of everything. So we're getting soaked. You'll go again restart to get a a little pattern going was stable weather. Especially for steelhead fisherman, and in the delta with with the clear waters are not clear, but at least better conditions than we've had we're about to see that go away. But. That's what it's all about. Right anyway, we will cover down in the delta today. I think it's going to be kind of baby steps thing. You know step step forward. However this week I did hear some encouraging news down in the delta and it had to do with sturgeon. It of obviously made a move. I think it was was it two weeks ago two weeks ago. There was a sturgeon derby down there, aren't they three hundred eighty four people caught Twenty-one keepers. It's not a very good average the week before that it started raining San Pablo bay got muddied up, but it got mostly muddied up from sonoma's creek in Petaluma creek and probably the Napa river, and it started fishing mud. Hit sturgeon fishing. Got a lot better a private skiffs are out there doing pretty doggone good that kind of leveled off. And then we have somebody water coming down the Sacramento river. And so we had the inbetween is very Cannavaro said last week he's down by the middle grounds. And the water was clear there than any place else on down below San Pablo smutty up above its muddy because of the water coming down the river, and there's kind of a waste of their with Clearwater. And now people at first people said, well, we're not marking any sturgeon on the sooner units. And then we started hearing people markan fish, and there's always those fish, very very deep water, which is can be very effective, but not as much fun fishing fifty to seventy five feet deep. You gotta use a pound of weight on a fishing. Rod is not exactly the most fun, but still can be an effective fishing method, which really fun is when they get into shallow water, you know, twenty feet fifteen feet or even less, but that hasn't that hadn't happened to any great extent. And it was just kind of hunt, and peck and hunt, and peck and then two days ago. I heard about how some sturgeon were rising down in in cash Lou right up from the Sacramento deep water channel that right by prospect, which is very well known sturgeon spot a lot of people fish there, but nobody had been fishing there. And these was one one oversize hooked up and loss, but fish were jumping so at least have some evidence the disturbing made a move, and they could be up in the liberty island area. They'll spread out from there. So as we go along we'll hear reports on that. I'm sure, but now we have to go you lightest creek to comes in down through Dixon, and boy that would not when it rains like this that is dressed or mud that comes in there. So here we go again. We'll just have to see how bad it gets. But like I say, it's a process best sturgeon fishing is usually March, and then we can have little highlights between now. And then and hopefully, they'll be more highlights than non highlights will just have to wait and see. And we also see what Barry after say. Just a few minutes. They had a great 'Croppy tournament last week at clear lake lake limited it to fifty boats it sold out in a week and a half when they announced it back in December. Now, they're going to have another. We're going to get the results of the that crop tournament and what they were using. And it was it was quite an event. And so they're going to have actually three more vents this spring on crappy. They're going to kind of spread it around the lake from different areas. So everybody can get involved and then the last one in probably late spring will be kind of like the tournament of champions of the three previous ones. So it's all catch and release. It's really sounds like everybody really bought into it. So anyway, we'll get a report there American river. You know, we keep saying that the the fishing is slowing down. But every time I check Fisher still being caught. It seems almost like it's on the same pace. As since a Reverend rivers been open on January first. And the fishing hasn't been great by any means, but wonders fish caught consistently. You gotta considered at least fair when you have a reasonable chance to go out and hook a steelhead in the American river. It's worth going, especially if you don't have to drive too far. So that was a case again this week some fish were caught. We're we're seeing a few downstream now. And even though they're heading back to the ocean. And are not as fat as worthy when there were before they spawned her fighters. There's just something about those diner stream downstream. They really fight though. You're gonna have some fun there. This is the kind of weather that fishermen at pyramid leg just love. And this is when they catch big cutthroat trout, and the people that catch most of them are the are the Bank fishermen. Yeah. You don't wanna be out in a boating pyramid. It's stormy but tell you you don't have to be because he's big fish follow the shelf around the lake and you can catch. We will definitely get a report there about what's going on. And I have to say, I know that's not for everybody. But you gotta realize the world record cutthroat was taken in pyramid lake. I think in nineteen twenty six. I can't swear to that. But I'm within. I think a couple of years forty one pounds. They've taken fish over twenty five pounds there in the last few years. A fourteen Pounder was caught yesterday. Those are monsters biggest biggest cutthroat trout in the world. And if you go up and do it, and you hook a fish. You're just feel elated that you were successful. So that's what's in store for your the trinity, not many fishermen. They're hard to get a good handle on things. However, a few fish are being caught up in the Smith and Chet go the Smith continues to kinda limp along Chet go. We had a great day yesterday Albert cut ski who going to have a report from landed five fish yesterday that is a good day. Plus, I think it was up to fifteen pounds and his average fish on the check good. This year has been a good solid. Good ten pounds and just a few miles away on the Smith. It's been a much smaller average that just shows you the difference of all these rivers and how the cycle with their runs a clear down the coast and point data. But we'll get a report there and on the you'll river doesn't look like there's going to be as much rain in the extreme northern portions like the Smith in the Czech. Oh as was predicted supposed to it was supposed to be a gully washer yesterday and Albert was out there in it. No fishing was fabulous. So most of the rain is going to skew south. So that will probably wipe out rivers like the eel in van Duzen in the mad river. So we'll get a repeat repeat there. We'll find out what's going on steelhead wise in the rogue river and also on the uncool river, which more and more people are going to go up by five it's the same distance as if you go up to grants pass on. Over to the Smith only, it's not quite as curvier road. So that's kind of interesting. We'll get an update on what's going on at bullard's bar Shifter's any sturgeon up river. Today's a junior waterfowl hunt today and tomorrow, we'll hear about that from Mike Roos CLYDE will join us. Scotland will join us and Don pagan nilly, we'll call it in seven o'clock hour, and we're trying to get on Folsom lake. It's tough to do because you know, the storms put it up a bunch of waters come up thirty feet and thirty days that doesn't always do the fishing. Good. And we're trying to pick don's brain to see what we have to do on Folsom leg to catch some bass in February all that and more coming up on a cave K outdoor show. Thanks for being here. Extremists live.

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"napa river" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"napa river" Discussed on KGO 810

"Your life nine thirty ten. Good morning. I'm Brett burkhart. We'll get you back to Armstrong and Getty in a moment. The Dow is down more than five hundred points this hour Marshall Phillips will tell us why I sell apple watches now fulfilling a promise to let people take EKG's of their hearts and notify them when they have an irregular heartbeat. The company announced the heart features in September. But didn't make them available until today. New features have been given clearance by the US food and Drug administration. And our for US customers only the news is enough to lift apple stock this hour. It's down two percent. Officers in the bay area are investigating a deadly officer involved shootings this week. The first one happened in Napa early Wednesday. Police responding to reports of a gunman assaulting a woman on Lincoln avenue near the Napa river shot and killed the suspect after he ran into a wooded area and became locked in a struggle with an officer the second deadly shooting happened near Martinez when officers who were responding to an unrelated call recognized a wanted suspect near Pacheco boulevard. Officers say the suspect shot at a deputies head missing him and the officer returned fire killing him. They say the forty one year old from discovery bay had a long rap sheet senators are working on a multi pronged effort to punish Saudi Arabia for the killing of a US based journalist, Jerry bowed. Lander reports senators are moving ahead with their effort to punish Saudi Arabia for the killing of journalist. Your Mollica show g they expressed their unhappiness last week by advancing a resolution to end US military support for the Saudis in Yemen. And they plan to meet today to try to work out an agreed. That would not only end US military support. It could also suspend US arm sales to the kingdom and rebuke the crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, the push to punish intensified after used as briefing by CIA director Gina hospital left, many senators with no doubt that the crown prince was involved in the killing foreign relations committee chairman. Bob corker was blunt. I have zero question in my mind.

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"napa river" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"napa river" Discussed on KSRO

"K. assault rope Six fifteen. Ks SRO and I should have watched football yesterday The giants right Niners one yeah giants didn't. Know Rhode starting in Healdsburg we want to one southbound moving along pretty well from west side road problem-free into and through Windsor year to continue moving along pretty much at the limit on. One on southbound past Shiloh road and it's a clear shot in the Santa Rosa, from that angle from American canyon you're gonna move along pretty well highway twenty nine northbound a little bit of. The stop at Jameson canyon road another possible pause to twenty one and off you go over the Napa river bridge. Into downtown Napa in good shape, next update, will be at six twenty five Daniel true ceus now. With, your SRO forecast Definitely hot today topping out at ninety six degrees in Santa Rosa alone could get even warmer in the warm spots in the county sunny skies. Seventy one though on the coast clear tonight low. Fifty five high eighties expected for tomorrow and then for Sunday and Monday temperatures around eighty and then getting definitely into the seventies by Tuesday it's forty eight degrees in Sebastian pulled this morning fifty. One in sonoma's and in Santa Rosa too busy weekend coming up for the president, and certainly an exciting weekend for good or for bad in Washington DC across the street from the White House. We'll talk about all that next with ABC news correspondent are let signs it's six seventeen every.

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"napa river" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"napa river" Discussed on KQED Radio

"C and stu let me get your reaction to rowland's tweet he says do smith was on a watershed taskforce and opposed action proposing another task force here's a way to prevent action delay on skate anti conservations keeps saying that saving woodland's promotes housing it's a distraction it doesn't so taskforce a way to prevent action you're really just trying to delay things to smith i don't think so i was on the napa river watershed task force for two plus years i think it brought a certain commonality to the community i think it was a forum to where science could be brought into the into the discussion it's where opponents and stakeholders had an opportunity to express their concerns in wishes and and and objections and i think that is an extraordinarily valuable process the initiative by conflict is a terrible way to govern now just because we have a watershed forum or a or at oak woodland forum doesn't mean everyone who's there is going to win what they want but until we can have a a understanding or an agreement of what the enderlein sciences of the oak woodlands and the water in the watershed we can't go forward in any meaningful way and there is a tremendous disagreement on the basic science that surrounds this and i think that's what's also hard for residents to try to understand how they should vote because they're hearing different things from different sides and it doesn't feel like it feels like the hard data is still in the process of being cultivated as well to make more definitive statement on the quality of what's going on which is why the initiative process is such a poor vehicle to resolve conflict within a community randy this listener wants yes randy done the reason that the initiative process used is that everything else is failed border supervisors we all know are controlled by the wine industry and wine industry slash mega pig billion dollar corporations and the board was very much in favor of this initiative because we did the dirty work they knew they would never never get a consensus and the initiative has gotten people together and forced the situation and that's a good thing.

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"napa river" Discussed on I'll Drink to That! Talking Wine with Levi Dalton

I'll Drink to That! Talking Wine with Levi Dalton

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"napa river" Discussed on I'll Drink to That! Talking Wine with Levi Dalton

"Had been introduced in california it was a very good wine from the get go but more importantly it really did capture people's imagination so by the mid70s there's for ideally labelled serag in california this coming out at a commercial level yes the first commercial serag in the modern era is 1974 in its joseph phelps vineyards by all accounts it is a pretty miserable wine the vineyard that it drew from within the napa valley it looked on paper like it would have been a good location for serag but it was barely close to the napa river it was a heavy claybased soil the vines never really did all that well they were terribly virus and walter xu the men who made that wind told me that it never colored up that the vines were losing their leaves well before he harvested and even when he did harvest it never really got two more than a dark resilient color um ten and a half percent alcohol did just doesn't sound like anything that we no one think of as serag for the next fifteen or twenty years they beat their head against not just this vineyard but vineyards that they subsequently planted down valley as they tried to kind of get after some of the elusive character of the vine that they loved in french sir us they kept on looking for what they called the pepper they wanted a wind that was really showing that brittan known aromatic quality and.

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"napa river" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"napa river" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Big stink they made about it when they reauthorized in jerry brown drop their lines though you gala formula of rows right that's okay at least they care enough to pretend yes know that i wonder i you somebody should use that as a campaign slogan i care enough to pretend i care enough to lie to you and make you feel like i didn't these are the kinds of lies that are okay vicous are lies that pretend that we care yes on election day vote 'no for the truth i mean that was paid for by the committee to noteworthy drink think about how by everybody in california knows it's a sham everybody in the media knows it's the share it's a sham and this and they all walk around as if this was really great what california's doing their but this is again what my dad said mmhmm and heed i didn't get a chance to ask him this time but in my dad told me when i was fourteen years old you're gonna find out that people really want to be be sd they really do there's another perfect example the people of california the liberals wish to be be azt in california right now is the secession going to be a pretend secession now that of the real now the all be crying after it happens okay what is if gonna secede from the nation would that be while napa river just pretending right rubber reluctant vacation rubber what they said we know probably legally we can't do it but if we irit take the rest of the country enough the government can't do it through war this won't be a battle do it through war we'll we'll do it by irritating everyone actually that might work but then there you go i just why wonder how liberals would respond now this is a story that s out there everybody knows it's true the republicans no is true industry knows it it's it's true were industry were behind the.

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"napa river" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"napa river" Discussed on WTMA

"Big stink they made about it when they reauthorizing jerry brown drop their law aims who you gala for neoliberals right that's okay at least they care enough to pretend yes you know that i wonder i somebody should use that as a campaign slogan i care enough to pretend i care enough to lie to you and make you feel like i didn't these are the kind of lies that are okay vote because there lies that pretend that we care yes on election day vote 'no for the truth that is paid for by the committee devote noteworthy drink think about how black everybody in california knows it's a sham everybody in the media knows it's the shan it's a sham and that's and they all walk around as if this is really great what california's doing their bit this is again what my dad said and he'd i didn't get a chance to ask him this time but and my dad told me when i was fourteen years old you're gonna find out that people really want to be be asked they really do there's another perfect example the people of california the liberals wish to be be azt in california right now is the secession going to be a pretend secession now that of the real now the of the crying after it happens wanted if gonna succeed from the nation would that be while napa river just pretend the right rubber reluctant vacation rubber what they said we know probably legally we can't do it but if we irritate the rest of the country enough the down we can't do it through war this won't be a bathroom do it through war we'll we'll do it by irritating everyone actually that might work but the there you go i just wide wonder how liberals would respond now this is a story that south their everybody knows it's true the republicans know is true industry knows it it's it's true were industry were behind.

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