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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, june 16, 2010 5C go =ne q ua Mt. Huff Goff Course was able to attend, a winning the venue for the Mt Hough team needed to be deter- Goff Club qualifier to attend mined. The two tying teams the North Sierra Zone corn- needed to reassemble and petition in Pebble Beach. play another 9 holes for the The 4-person 2-best ball for- play-off. mat got underway at 8:30 The competition was a.m. and the goffcourse was fierce, the players were in great shape, tiring, and talk was whether The excitement was felt or not an additional playoff throughout the course be- would be needed. But, when cause the number of teams the final team came in, and qualifying was up, and the scores were calculated, enthusiasm for the upcom- the team of Ron Chris- ing competition had an in- tensen, Dick Grace, Mike fluence on the nerves of the Ingle and Darel Joseph will usual steady-handed and be the team representing calm golfers. Mt. Hough Golf Club this The upcoming July event July in the North Sierra will be hosted at Quail Zone Tournament. Well Lodge and Poppy Hills Goff done guys and good luck in Course, both in Pebble July. Beach. This 2-day event will To be able to join next be attended by the winning year's competition, come on team from the June 6 quali- out to the Mt Huff Golf tier. Course, play on this fine After 18 holes of the regu- conditioned and fun course. lar event, it was determined Join the club and be active that it had 2 teams tied for in the club and its tourna- the honors. But, with only ments and most of all have one team from each club fun. See you on the course. FISHING REPORT Feather River for shore fishing is worms it. Come and join the fun. the dam for salmon with an- Fishing has been fair to and rainbow powerbait. Fly- Call ahead for updates 993- chovy tails with size 1 or 2 good. Flying Ant pattern has fishing has had its rewards 4683. octopus hook a few cranks produced fish at tail outs and with the J Fair olive wiggly Report courtesy of Wiggin's off the bottom. Smallmouth back eddies. Yellow w/Red tail. The average size is 14-15 Trading Post; 993-4683 should start picking up as spotted Panther Martin hot in with an occasional 18-20 the weather improves at the lure. Camp Laymen and Nel- incher. Thelaketempis at 59 points and dropoffs all son Point best bets. degrees and is at 68 percent. Lake Almanor around the lake with various Report courtesy of Ace Camp 5 has had a couple of For bank fishing, try fish- rubber worms. Crickets on a Mountain Hardware & bears hanging around so be ing the jetties in Prattville size 10 baitholder with 3/0 Sports;836-2589 careful, and the usual Hamilton split shot 12 inches from Report courtesy of SierraBranch with SWl0 Kastmas-your hook. Lakes Basin Super Stop/Dollard's; 832- ters or nightcrawlers andFor fly fishing, at Hamil- ROAD OPEN 5251 power bait. Crickets are ton Branch use woolly bug- Sardine Lake & Packer working also catching gers, at Almanor pond smelt Lake only fishable lakes Frenchman Lake browns and rainbows of de- and caddis, at Deer Creek try Report courtesy of Ace Weather is great and so is cent size. Also, the dam Mountain Hardware & the fishing. A group frommight be a good spot. Cooper Johns, at Butt Lake Sports; 836-2589 Sacramento caught their lira- For boat fishing, there are streamer patterns and on it of rainbow trout usinggood reports from trollers Warner, Feather River use Lake Davis worms near Big Cove. Con-taking fish with red/goldstoneflies. As of June 11, the fishing ner Gonzales of Reno, Nev., speedy shiners and various On the rivers and streams at lake Davis has been great caught his limit at Crystal Rapalas. Add carp spit or tro- try crickets, salmon eggs, for trolling. The best thing to Point on worms. A pair of lo- phy trout and go down 15 to worms and a panther martin. use is still the #2 sock eye cals were stream fishing in 30 feet along the east or west For more information call slammer, fire tiger. The Beckwourth and caught a shores for good size browns Roger Keeling284-6429. depth that is working best is four pound brown trout, and rainbows. There are Report courtesy of The 8-12 ft. The best thing to use Summer has finally made many excellent reports bySports Nut; 258-3327. ENDEAVOR HOMES 1-800-482-8453 P.O. Box 1947 Oroville, CA 95965 gO~ PL~M~|N(~ ~ ~UNDATI~ NOT |NCLUD~.D "We Help From Finance to Finish '" Gary Maniery, left, and his son Jonathon competed in the Graeagle Meadows Invitational golf tournament June 4-5. Gary's team tied for first place in the gross championship, while Jonathon's team finished in fourth place. Photo submitted eagle Inv" "onal The Graeagle Men's Golf Association held their 39th Annual Graeagle Invitation- al Goff Tournament on June 4 and 5. There were 126 play- ers participating. The first day was a bit nippy but the last day was beautiful. In fact, the weather allowed the awards banquet to be held in the Graeagle picnic grounds. The two-man team partici- pants were divided into three flights based on handi- cap. The winner of the First Flight was a tie between the team of Roger Smith and Wade Brown and the team of John Capdeville and Ray Flynn. Both teams had a net 16 under par. Third place was awarded to the team of Gary Maniery and Rick Catalano. In the Second Flight there was another tie for first place between the team of Marvin Pierce and Steve Westlake, and the team of Bill Coen and Jim Adams. Third place went to Bill Salmina and Louis Saroni. The Third Flight was won by the team of Robert McI1- roy and Wayne Paulk at one under. Second place went to Doyle Blaylock and Joel Pat- terson. There was a tie for third place between the teams of Chuck Frank and Don Lupul and the team of Glen Metzdorf and Jim Rogers. Two teams tied for first in the best gross score. They were the team of Gary Maniery and Rick Catalano and the team of Dave Bask- ins and Norm Miller. Family and friend joined the golfers for a barbecue dinner in the park. Pro- ceeds from this tournament go to local charities. Need help If it's we can' ll find some tijlJto can. ..... 1 l Our community CONSTRUCTION II ram, SINCE 1984 ~ 1 benefits General BuiMing Contractor II from it/ Calif. Lic. ,453927 II (530) 283-2035 II NEW BORN HOUSE CALLS Pregnancy and Early Childhood Resources Call us today for a free confidential appointment at 283-6366 Or 1-800-801-6330. A First 5 Plumas - School Readiness program A free service of the Nation~t Heglthv Mothers. Healthy Babies Coalition ~.~.~.~.~,~. Powered by VOX I V K