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20 Wednesday, May 9, 2001 Softball, Etc. Bulletin, Feather River Kodenkan Jujitsu is sponsoring its first AJJF-sponsored Kata contest in Portola Saturday, May 12. The contest will be held at the multipurpose building of C. Roy Carmichael Elementary School in Portola, 895 West St., begh .ning at 10 a.m. The contest is both for chtl. dren (Juniors) and adults. Adult contests will be held after the Junior contests are completed. The AJJF (American Judo and Jujitsu Federation) sport. sore the tournament, bringing together martial artists in the pure spirit of cooperation and competition. Freestyle contests are unrehearsed self.defense demonstrations. Kata contests are formal demonstrations of the fundamental techniques of I mJmm Lake Lake fishing: Fishing in the lake has been pretty good this week, especially in the the Dan Zan Ryu Jujitsu sys- tem. In a Kata contest,,teams of two contestants of the same rank are required to demon- strate a total of eight tech- niques, including five manda- tory techniques appropriate for their rank, plus three elec- tlve techniques of their choice. Demonstration techniques are to be performed to show a level of control, and concern for a partner's safety. Contestants are also required to demonstrate a combative sequence, the purpose of which is to show transition between techniques, with cre. ativity and imagination. Feather River Kodenkan has been offering Jujitsu classes for children and adults in Portola and Quincy since 1998. Jujitsu is the Japanese philosophy of self-defense, relying on flexibil. ity and suppleness. It lends itself not only as an art of self. defense, but also as a means of personal development, teach. lng conflict management, responsibility and caring. to work well for bank fisher- men. Frog pattern lures are productive for trollers, Stream fish: We had a pret- ty good turnout for the stream opener this past weekend, Saturdaywas extremely windy, but that did not stop Elmer Cantlon, of Sparks, Nee., from catching a beautl. ful three pound German brown in the creek below the dam. He was using night- crawlers. A group of young men from Rend found fishing great in Little Last Chance Creek. They weighed in an eight pound stringer of rainbows that they caught on night. crawlers and Powerbalt, area of the Spring Creek Further information can be Campground. Nightcrawlers obtained from their Web page Ikilm Wueblood holds her stands in the hett r'a and Powerbait are continuing at , or by calling 836-2208, Inl for tho rillht pltoh. Wuoblood naii l two q lnet Plains-one of them was a grand Idam. Camping: All the camp. grounds at Frenchman Lake are now open, Call 993-4688 tor updates and any questions. Lake Davis I We're giving fishing an overall rating of fair, however some anglers are doing very well, Trolling and fly fishing are consistently improving, with shore fishing spotty. Water temperatures on May 1 were running 63 to 55 degrees, Wind can be a problem, however most days the mornings are calm. Shore: The catch has been spotty, One day it's fair to good, the next day it can be slow. I talked to Jack },Tiller ft'om Verdi, Nee., who was fishing at Mallard Cove. Last Wednesday, April 25, he caught four fish, but at noon today he had Just gotten his first bite. There are occasional limits being caught, but the average is one to two fish. Best areas are Camp five and Eagle Point on the west shore. On the east shore, Masquito slough and Fatrview have been the best producers, followed by Mallard Cove. Rainbow and lime colored Powerbait have been the baits of choice end should be fished on a sliding sinker system. Trolling: Rated as good. Jerry Dollard interviewed numerous boats coming off the lake April SO and May 1, and there were mixed results. Two fish per boat was the least caught by first time anglers trom Sacramento. Others had UralS. Jon Danol, of Sacramento, caught 32 fish total April 26-28. Tim Krudupski caught and released 88 fish April 24, and at noon on May 1, he was at 18 and still fishln All trolling systems work, however those who are catch- ins a lot of fish are trollin in water that is eight to 12 feet deep and presenting their lure three to five feet under the surface. NeedlMlsh, Dick hires and trolling flies have been the bill producer . Fly FishinB: Rated as fair and improving. There was a calabaetas hatch around 8 a.m. today, followed by a good blood midge hatch and there were even a few Damsel nymphs. Two to three fish has been the average catch when the wind allows, however on April 29.30, B. False of San Jose caught 17 fish each day. He was fishing fl'om his float tube in the Jenkens Cove area, ~M ~ Showroom, 6gg He was fishing a midge pat. tern on a strike indicator 10 feet under the surface. The west side from Camp Five north to Cow Creek and Freeman Creek arm are tradi. tionally the best areas. walt- rune By Shannon Morrow played their S )ons E0it0r game in front The Quincy High School home towncrowd. softball team ended its regular season with two wins and two facing 20 batters losses, finishing with a 4.4 innings with record in league play. and Just one On April 24, Quincy went on After recording the road and romped Rio in the first innin Vista, 30.2. The Trojans put up hammered out 10 12 runs in the first inning, 10 second inning in the second, five in the third, slam by and three in the fourth, two home runs Powerful performances and another were turned in by Erika Nelson (2-3). Trueblood (3-4 with a triple to score one run and a home run), Lacy Schmld inning and five (3.5), Jennine Carter (2-3 with end the game. a triple), Holly Nelson (3-6), In their final and Ashley Wayland (2-4 with tests last week, the a triple), to Live Oak, 12.9, Wayland and Corby Smith Durham, 4.2. shared pitching duties, corn- Oak, nine binlng for seven strikeouts, the game, At five hits and no earned runs. played tough Then Quincy defeated short. Pierce, 19-2, during Senior The Trojans Appreciation Day April 27. this Saturday Seniors Alicla Nelson, playoffs. Check Danielle DePriest, Holly