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2C Wednesday, April 15, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter TOURNAMENT, from page lC third. Fall River would throw up a six-run fifth inning after Leal tapered, though Lowdermflk would come in for the save. Portola 10, Tulelake 0 The Tigers' Mitch Pearson managed to throw a three-hitter against the Tulelake Honkers in Game 2, all while netting five strikeouts against 19 batters in five innings. Combined with the action on the mound, Portola managed to send Lohi Peiler across the mound three times, with Romano and Baumbach adding a pair of runs each as well Leal, Heffron and Billups also scored. Defensively, Baumbach and Romano led with five putouts on five chances each. Peiler was also perfect in his fielding average, nailing three-of-three stops against Tulelake. Next up, the Tigers will travel to Maxwell this Friday before returning home on April 24 to host Biggs. Greenville first baseman Landin Carmichael nearly gets the stop against a Whittell runner in last week's Photo by Greg Knight tournament. "Fishing h t one day, could be quite cold the next '. Michael Cond0n i ' Staff Writer mcondon@plumasnews.com "The best fishermen I know try not to make the same mistakes over and over again; instead they strive to make new and interesting mistakes and remember what they learned from them." John Gierach l If there is one constant in this week's fishing report it is that one day the fishing is hot, and the next day it is cold. Fishing can be like that. There are many elements to fishing success. Timing is one of them. Fishing when the fishing is really hot is a real treat. Success is always fulfilling. But those slow days serve a purpose too. They remind us that fish, like all of nature, are complicated; more complicated than we can understand. That adds marvel and mystery to fishing. It also keeps us humble. Lake Almanor The bite at Almanor was slowing a bit prior to the recent rain and snow. It has slowed even more since then. But it's not all bad news. The fishing should be rebounding by now. All that storm really did was prolong the Spring bite. Doug Neal of Almanor Fishing Adventures (258-6732; almanorfishingadventures.co m) recommends trolling number-two silver or white Needle Fish, or 1/6 oz. Speedy Shiners in silver or red and gold. The best speed to troll is about 3 miles per hour. Another option is to slow troll (about 1 mile per hour) threaded nightcrawlers behind a dodger. Whether slow trolling a worm or trolling a little faster with a lure, Doug recommends fishing 8 to 15 feet deep early in the morning and then go deeper as the sun climbs. Bryan Roccucci of Big Daddy's Guide Service (283-4103; bigdaddyfishing.com) works in the opposite order. Bryan likes to split the day by working open water in the Try trolling Dick Nite In past winters Lakes Basin Jon expects the river to mornings and then hitting the Copper Red Heads or has not been accessible this become fishable by May 1, shallo s to target the trophy Needlefish in yellow early in the season But access or whenever the water browns That must work too watermelon is not a problem this year. temperatures rise up above because Bryan has several Remember, the fish are The lakes are open and ice 50 degrees. :. nice fish to show for it spawning Fishing in Honker free. Gold Lake has beenOne good strategy during :' : Quality fish can be found Cove and near the dam is kicking out some nice the early season on the :, :. : anywhere in the lake right prohibited to protect theMackinaws as well as some Middle Fork is to fish above now but most of the fish seem spawning fish. decent rainbows where feeder creeks enter to be coming from the west Lower Sardine Lake, Upper the main river. These inflows shore Boats are scattered and Bucks Lake Salmon Lake, Gold Lake, and will be carrying the colder the fishing pressure is light. Bucks Lake is full. The Snag Lake were each stocked water from the upper The smallmouth bass bite fishing was very good before with catchable rainbows elevations cooling down the was hot before the weather the weather changed. Bankrecently river below it. changed. The bass were fishing or trolling the The Lakes Basin area is Side sloughs are another moving into shallow water in shorelines can produce some absolutely beautiful. If you venue to seek out, and, if they :: preparation for spawning nice browns, rainbows, and want uncrowded fishing in a are deep enough, stripping The cold weather sent them lake trout all in the same gorgeous sub-alpine setting, streamers is an option to hook back to deeper water, but they outing, now is the time to head to into the bigger trout in the should be moving back in as Bucks Lake has some very Lakes Basin. system. the weather and the water large lake trout and those are Jon predicts a short-lived temperature warm up. the big attraction this time of Middle Fork Feather River season on the Middle Fork. Almanor has some very nice year as they feed actively in Most area streams open to The river water will warm sized smallies and spring is a the relatively shallow water, fishing in either late April or quickly, with so little snow great time for sight fishing Try trolling black and late May. But if you arepack. It may be too warm for bass in the shallows, silver Rapalas or slow trolling looking to get a head start on good trout fishing by a threaded nightcrawler stream fishing the section of mid-June. Lake Davis behind a dodger. I would work the Middle Fork from Portola The only good thing Jon Like most other lakes this 20 to 30 feet deep near shore, downstream to Mohawk sees from the river being time of year, the fishing at But the best way to find the opened the first Saturday in low is that the carp and bass Davis has been a little depth of the big macs is with a April fishing in the upper inconsistent: It's slow one day fish finder. Fortunately, just getting out watershed will be good. The and hot the next. But the good on the stream may be reward warm water species will be news is that those chunky Frenchman Lake enough because this year, more concentrated, and sight rainbows at Davis are The ]ake is at 37 percent even though the flow levels fishing will be easier. running larger than usual capacity. Wiggins Trading were low enough to be very this year. Quincy Rotary's 14thAnnual Saturday, May. 2, 2015 PLUMAS PINES GOLF COURSE GRAEAGLE rnes" Registration 10 am. 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Sponsored by the Fehrman family and Mike & Keri Taborski Cash I $100 per person - 4-pem0n scramble Includes g01f, cad, lunch & h0rs d'oeuvres Entry deadline April 24, 2015, or the first 144 players, Individuals, pairs and teams are all welcome, Please include addresses of all golfers for our mailing list, G01fer#1: Mailing address: G01fer#2: Mailing address: Mail Check to: Quincy R0tanjClub 372 Main St, Qu ncy, CA 95971 G01fer#3: Mailing address: G01fer#4: Mailing address: r-] Yes, I would like to be a tee/hole sponsor. I understand my $50 donation will help our local children who benefit from Rotary's projects and scholarships funded by this tournament. Information on tee/hole sign Post (993-4683) reported fishable, the cold water North Fork Feather River shore anglers were doing well limited the insect activity and The North Fork at Belden at the dam, Crystal Point, and fish feeding, will be stocked this week by Turkey Point. 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