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' Progressive, ReCOrd, Reporter High School getting 23 victory at the top golfers each for a team record. about aying," th. "If confident yto blazed the way Score of man shot a 77, Hy by Tony rett Smith, Preston turned in in second rth 87 and Alan took the third Charbonnier 06 and Scott at 100. led by Colin and golfer was With an 89. was a 94 Feather River tch is today, West. Golf/Rshing ednesday, May 2,200~ We recommend using Powerbait and/or inflated nite crawlers on a sliding sinker rig. Boats: Rated as fair for most Point. Camp guest caught and released 14 due to rainbows to 19 inches. They and are pro- were fishing the north end of e wind blows, the lake and caught most fish Registered Architect II li'F I 2980 Big Springs Road | | Lake Almanor, CA 96137 | II (530) 596-4570 I k,_. I. E TO YOUR BUILDING PROJECT| s Services Don't Cost-They Pay, i fOr a FREE inltl.a, AppointmY:ct Tony Slavik (left) and Jason Forrin are two students on the Portola High School golf team. With four mem- bers golfing below 80, the Portola team is bound to go far in postseason com- peUtion. Ferrin shot a 70 at Graeagle Meadows April 23, and Slavik scored a 78. on Needlefish. When trolling is slow, fair to good results are coming to those who anchor and still fish with bait on the fishing a rat. Feather River and excel- and excellent for a very few. bottom. The old road has been Conditions for the opener of daytime sur- Trolling is improving withFly Fishing: Rated slow. Frenchman Lake plowed all the way to the lake. trout s iason appear to be per- Lake fishing: Fishing has The problem Js lh'at ihe ramps feet. Despite the bad weatherof ,erature on numerous reports of three to The fish are scattered and the improved this week. Many 24, was 50-5510 fLsh per boat beinglanded, catch is spotty at best. Results good reports from bank fisher, aren't plowed yet and the lake recent weeks, the river is run- being caught Tim Kurdupski (Graeagle should pick up if history men f)shin at Crystal and isreally low. Opening soon.ning at a moderate level with good water clarity. Fishing 14 to 19 inch- Mill Works) and his guest repeats itself, and we're pre- Spring creeks. Float night-Gold Lake should be excellent. ]Onal larger fish fished April 17, and April 24, dieting that it will. The lake crawlers or use glitter rainbow to Bassetts. The Lakes Basin Trading Post andGolden Eagle| boating 28 and 38 fish respec- level is down 7.5 feet from spill Powerbait. The road is open all the way Dollard's Market, Wiggin'sl slow to spotty, tively. Tim trolls the west side and may require adjustments The fish are not too deeparea is still under three to four Guide Service contributed to| 'd on Saturdayin water depths of eight to 15 such as fishing deeper water. sh, on Sunday,feet and about four feet under The west side road is OK for right now. Fly fishing is also feet ofsnow. It will be two to this Fishing Report. good in the Spring Creek area. ay, none. Bestthe surface, two-wheel vehicles, including Try using a Sheep Creek special. " ............... Mallard On April 24, Dan Olson and a Cow Creek. Stream fishing: The Boat Docks: The boat dock sd eamsare zpen for fishing as | at Honker Cove has been of April 2;3. There has been no installed, thanks to Roy spill~ge from the lake, but Bullard and his volunteers,there are nice pools here and I I taking an addltzonal [ l 0rss Mule PacR Clinic : sz.oo off :| [ aturday,.May a am.-4 pm I on any Pizza or Calzone II i zsa.soz, i| [ M thur vestocl Auction 7zena , f : 11770 E. Main= Quincy I 0ns0red by aa01 c0 tr/lI0nemen ltigla 0untry tyrut t (Across from Napa Auto Parts) I I /m =utler, =ducation = 710l! L_ m emmmlm emm mmem mmmmlma, mmm~,l~a~m,m~,m~mum~ l Lightning Tree ramp has only there that are loaded with fish. three more weeks for this lake one foot ot wau~r at the ramp Come on out and try your luck t) thaw, and is not stdtable [or launch- this weekend. ing most boats. Bucks Lake m Reg. Price $329 ~ Reg. Price $389 ~ Engine Packed with Features! Lifetime Ignition Warranty Includes a Carry This year on Mother's Day show the women in your life how much you care Urge them to have a Mammogram! cares Mammograms are an important tool in detecting breast cancer early. The staff of Eastern Plumas Health Care about the health of all the women in your life: Your Mother, Wife, Sisters, and Daughters During the month of May Mammograms will be offered at the special price of $60. We will also bill insurance and waive the co-pay. 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