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I~essive, Record, Reporter Sports /ednesda/t,~a/2:; 2001 3C I ~ke trollers are in the early morn- Troll deep using LWlers and flashers. lures are also .Well. Crystal and good areas to are doing nightcrawlers and Powerbait as out deep. Try : Bay at the north is in full swing. have been lly on the Call for reserva- 444-6777 or go to>. to 10 fish. Best results are coming from trolling woolly buggers three to four feet under the surface or trolling lures on three to five colors of lead core line. Hot lures are Needlefish, Dick Nite and Seps lures. The channel out of Honker Cove has been proving to be a good trolling lane. For those who troll shallow, we suggest the north and northwest end of the lake. Fly fishing: Rated good. Good numbers of fish are being caught by those fishing nymphs on a strike indicator. The Grizzly Store had a report from one angler who caught 19 fish on a blood midge and strike indicator. The angler had his success in the Jenkins as good. Point area. surface water is running 63 to The midge indicator system Department of appears to be outproducing stocked the woolly worms three to one. Pounds of rain- Traditional fly fishing areas 7. The plant are Camp Five north to of two fish to theFreeman and Mesquite We're rating Slough. fly fishing as The fourth annual Lake fishing as slow Davis Fishing Derby will be held June 9-10. One fish will .Rated slow to fair. carry a $20,000 tag. ICed angler from Boat docks: The boat dock who normally at Camp Five was installed in a morning's out- this past week. Honker Cove is May 14, also in full operation. four fish. The best to be Fairview Slough, followed Camp Five, and the point off of Campground. on a sliding best results. Consistently good reported. The was report- ay, May 12, by [gle Guide Service. his two clients released 37 fish. Gleason caught 30 fish on as Well. Many other reporting from four of Fish and the follow- scheduled for trout dur- of May 21 25. Unforeseen )r Weather condi- Cause the post- any of the follow- Davis Lake, North Fork, North Fork Branch, Reservoir, and Warner Salmon Lake Lake Lower, and Yuba < Bucks Lake A 17-pound Mackinaw was caught May 15 on a j-plug. People have been catching browns 17-18 inches, Eagle Lake trout 14-16 inches, Kokanee 12 -14 inches and rainbows 12-14 inches. Broken Back Repalas--black and gold, and Spin A lures have been used. Lake Almanor Almanor has been a little slow. Some bass are still being caught on speed traps and a few on crickets by the springs. .z . ' ,~. [,~OtO With her feet well planted, Rebecca Rhode releases a pitch. Portola lost in the first round of the playoffs to Modoc. Rhode struck out eight batters in the game. Anchovies are working by the dam for salmCm. Wooly buggers are working in the Hamilton Branch area. There is not much trolling this week because of the weather. The level of the lake is com- ing up a little, Butt Lake A few rainbov~s were caught by trolling nighicrawlers. The following' businesses con- tributed to this ji,shing report: Wiggin's 7"radinL, Post, Bucks Lake Marina, Dotlard's Market and Ayoobs in Chester. Banshee, Blaster or Warrior from April I Buy any new 2001 or new prior year ......... ~ . ndlor a arel." through June 30, 2001 and receive $300 m ir~ o,.ceSsones a PP "Offer not valid on 660R Raptor moore Eagle Mountain Yamaha 2019 E. Main St., Quincy The Portola varsity softball team finished the 2001 season after being eliminated from the Northern Section OF soft- ball tournament with a 3-2 loss to the second-seeded Modoc Braves in Alturas on May 15. The game was a defensive gem, as both teams remained scoreless through the first five innings. A pitching dual between Portola's Rebecca Rhode (8 Ks, 5 BB) and Modoc's Stephanie McMaster (5 Ks, 5 BB) kept both offenses in check. The Lady Tigers came through with the first run of the game when lead-off hitter. Jacqie Leal walked and later scored on a clutch RBI single by Jennifer Kehoe. With the bases loaded, Celeste Gruber was tagged out on a play at the plate by Modoc catcher Laura Toaetolu to end the fifth- inning rally. Modoc came back with three runs in the bottom of the fifth after a lead-off walk, a double, single, and a throwing error to take a 3-1 lead. Portola scored one run in the sixth inning on singles by Celeste Gruber, Rebecca Rhode, and Jessica Banka, and a bases-loaded walk to Adrien Stetson. Another key deffmsive play by Modoc at the plate killed another bases-loaded rally. The Lady Tigers' season ended when they failed to score in the top of the seventh, handing Modoc a 3-2 victory. The Lady Tigers left twelve runners stranded during the contest; Adrien Stetson lead Portola with two hits and an RBI; Celeste Gruber added two hits and scored a run; ,Jennifer Kehoe had an outstanding game at shortstop and added a run-scoring single; and Rebecca Rhode had two hits and pitched a great game. For the season, Adrien Stetson lead the l,ady Tigers in hitting L452), RBIs (17), with five doubles, two triples, and two home runs. Samantha Schwartz finished with a .384 average, followed by Jessica Banka (.377) Jacqie Leal L333) and Jennifer Kehoe (.310 and seven doubles). Rebecca Rhode led the l,ady Tigers' pitching staff with two shutouts, one no-hitter and fifty-tbur strike- outs. ..__________ ----,a !J D Lookin9 for something special for the graauate? We can make all the arrangement! Disney Packages " Hotei-R-ooms ....... ', Colifomio Adventure Pork Rental Cars . 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