Truckee River


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Truck·ee River

 (trŭk′ē)
A river, about 190 km (120 mi) long, flowing from Lake Tahoe in eastern California to Pyramid Lake in northwest Nevada.
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This includes the management of fish hatcheries, assessment of fish stocks in the lake, monitoring of water quality, and restoration of the lower Truckee River. The tribe has been aided in its efforts by several State and Federal agencies.
Even today the Zephyr's passengers seemed to heave a collective sigh when we picked up the Sierra Nevada-born Truckee River and followed its oasis canyon into Reno.
They scored big when they found a piece of property for sale in a mixed residential and industrial neighborhood along the Truckee River. It was a two-for-one--a home plus a nursery specializing in water plants and pond supplies.
For years, the community turned its back on the Truckee River, which courses through the center of the city, but more recently, "the community has reclaimed the Truckee River as its own," he added.
"You are going to destroy a very lucrative recreational fishery," said Tom Smith, president of the Truckee River Fly Fishermen.
The Truckee River originates in Lake Takoe and other pristine Sierra lakes and streams.
Vegas might have the Strip, but Reno has the Truckee River. It knifes straight through the city, and the best way to see it is with Tahoe Whitewater Tours.
Please join us for wine tasting and a stroll along the Truckee River in downtown Reno.
growing urban needs in the Truckee River Basin of California and Nevada