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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, June 23, 2010 5A Is it olea00 f " anglers to pacie pistols or other weapons? CALIFORNIA OUTDOORS CARRIE WILSON California Department of Fish & Game CalOutdoors@dfg.ca.gov Is it true your fishing license makes it OK for you to pack a gun? Q. I was out fishing at Pine Flat Reservoir this past week- end and I came across an an- gler. He had a handgun on his side. I thought he was a war- den, but he was fishing about 20 yards from me. He was dressed in civilian clothes (blue jeans/long-sleeve shirt with a fishing vest). I did not talk to him or ask him his name. When I got home I told my cousin about it and he told me that he heard there's a clause in the Department of Fish and Game policy that makes it OK for anglers to carry a gun (pistol) while out fishing, as long as the pistol is not loaded and as long as the angler possess a California fishing license. Is this true? Alex V. A. There is a California Penal Code law that allows anglers to carry a gun while fishing and while hiking to and from their angling site. California Penal Code, Sec- tion 12025 prohibits carrying concealed firearms in Cali- fornia; however, Section 12027 provides the following exemption to this prohibi- tion: "Licensed hunters or fishermen carrying pistols, revolvers or other firearms capable of being concealed upon the person while en- gaged in hunting or fishing, or transporting those firearms unloaded when go- ing to or returning from the hunting or fishing expedition." Remember that some areas that allow fishing, such as state and national parks, and some incorporated areas where fishing is allowed pro- hibit the possession of any firearm. Make sure to check on the local laws where you plan to fish. The California Bureau of Firearms in the Department of Justice posts a summary of California firearm laws online at http://ag.ca.gov /firearms/. Can you seek fish and game for sacred Intentions? Q. I am a sacred arts practi- tioner and am seeking to find elk, trout and salmon wild- caught with prayer/sacred in- tention, for eating and cere- monial purposes. I am aware that it is illegal to purchase or sell game, so how would I legally go about obtaining such meat? Do I have to hunt it myself, or are there other valid ways of doing this, such as purchas- ing from licensed sellers? Do indigenous populations have special privileges re- garding this for religious rea- sons? What if said animal is given to me as a gift? raVenj, l. A. Wild-caught (taken) elk, trout and salmon can be uti- lized for these purposes, if acquired legally. According to DFG Ret. Capt. Phil Nelms, you are correct that neither elk nor trout (wild- caught) can be purchased, but you can purchase salmon under the regulations for commercial fishing. You can take these species yourself under normal sea- sons and license require- ments (see Fish and Game Code, Section 7151 for Free Fishing Licenses), take the fish without a license on the two designated free fishing days (July 1 and Sept. 6 this year), or you can receive them as a gift from anyone who took them legally. California Code of Regula- tions Title 14, section 650(1) is the only law that provides specific authority to possess/utilize wildlife for ceremonial or religious purposes. Is it legal to sport fish from a commercial salmon troller? Q. An acquaintance of mine runs a commercial salmon fishing troller and of- fers to take people out sport fishing for salmon during the closed periods for commer- cial salmon fishing? Is this legal? L. Andre. A. It depends on where you are talking about fishing. According to DFG Lt. Dennis McKiver, the answer is Farmers' Market starts tomorrow The Quincy Certified Farm- ers' Market is set to begin its llth season Thursday, June 24. The season will run 12 weeks, through Sept. 9. The Farmers' Market Com- mittee, which organizes the markets, expects 15 or so ven- dors featuring fresh, locally and regionally grown produce and meats. Other services and prod- ucts offered will include mas- sage, face painting, body care products, jewelry, wool items, furniture and wood- craft, and various environ- mental and social non-prof- its' information. Food stamps,can be uml,at the r.arket,,at man:y.ven- dors will accept WIC coupons. Organizers remind folks that there is no smoking at the event. Dogs ind alco- holic beverages are also prohibited. Every market features dif- ferent music and entertain- ment provided by local artists. Other events will in- elude a solar cooking demonstration, nutrition ed- ucation and fun activities for children. ?i!iiN:!i!i!! " !ili :!;i::ii!i'/ii': :': !iL:i /SIN,: :::: ii!i:Ii! Manual & Aquatic Therapy Orthopedic & Sports Injuries Post-surgical Rehabilitation Sciatica Program PLUMA PHYSICAL THERAPY Kory Felker, MPT 78 Central Ave., Quincy 283-2202 The Quincy Farmers' Mar- ket is held on the lawn in front of Quincy's quaint and historic 1905 elementary school, directly across Main Street from Quincy Natural Foods. The school district al- lows the market to use its fa- cility as well as its electrici- ty for a sound system for the entertainers. Nominal vendor fees and donations from approximate- ly 20 local businesses and in- dividuals fund the Quincy Farmers' Market. Major donors include Plumas Arts and the Plumas County Board of Supervisors. The farmers' market con- tinues to be a success due to the hard work of the commit- tee members and other vol- unteers, the dedicated sup- Performance schedule June 24: The Back 40 July 1: String Beings July 8: Young Country .... July 15: Billhillies : ffuly 22: The Coyotes July 29: Dutch Treat Aug. 5: Penny & Dude Berry (mini solar cookoff) Aug. 12 Margaret Miles & Bob Reid (kids' day) Aug. 19 Kenny Davis & friends Aug. 26 Johnny Walker & friends Sept. 2: TBA Sept. 9: Joe Tomaselli ANNUAL MEADOW VALLEY 4T. OF .JULY PARADE & HOT Do6 LuNc.! It's time for another great MeadowValley 4th of July parade & delicious BBQ hot dog lunch! This year the event will be on SATURDAY, JULY 3 Parade entrants: Please meet at the M.V. Fire Dept. at 10:30a.m. Parade starts at 11am with lunch to follow. Questions? call Bill 283-2036 or Warren 283-0478 port of the Quincy Natural Foods and members of our community. The farmers' market is much more than a place to buy healthy food and unique products, and to enjoy good music and entertainment. Most important, the mar- ket has become a "com- mons" -- a place where, for a brief period when the earth serves up its bounty, people young and old come together in a positive and healthful environment to re- inforce friendships and to strengthen the bonds that connect them to one another and the planet. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil generally "no" -- you cannot sport salmon fish from a salmon-permitted vessel. There are two exceptions, though. One exception is for com- mercially permitted vessels that are also licensed as com- mercial passenger fishing vessels (a CPFV or party boat). Sport fishing on these vessels is allowed only on days when salmon are not al- so being taken for commer- cial purposes. To fish for salmon commer- cially and for sport from the same vessel on the same day would be a violation of the law. The other exception is for sport fishing in the Klamath Management Zone (as desig- nated by the federal Pacific Fisheries Management Coun- cil), as long as the commercial salmon season is closed (Fish and Game Code, Section 8232.5) and you are fishing at least 24 hours after the cutoff time to land commercial salmon for the season. Carrie Wilson is a 20-year DFG veteran and an avid outdoor enthusiast, angler and hunter. She is a marine biologist with a strong background of professional experience working in both fisheries and wildlife management. An established and award- winning outdoor writer, Car- rie enjoys tackling the tough questions from the public and will be regularly tapping into the expertise of DFG's game wardens and many fisheries, wildlife and marine biologists to best cover all the topics. While she can't personally answer everyone's questions she will select a few to answer in this column each week. Con- tact her at CalOut- doors@dfg.ca.gov. PUBLIC NOTICE Estate of Potillor NOTICE OF PETITION TO ADMINISTER ESTATE of Elizabeth Potillor, decedent Case Number PR10-00016 To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, contin- gent creditors, and persons who may other- wise be interested in the will or estate, or both, of: Elizabeth Potillor. A PETITION FOR PROBATE has been filed by: Lovene Knight, Bobble Hooks in the Superior Court of California, County of Plumas. THE PETITION FOR PROBATE requests that Lovene Knight, Bobbie Hooks be appointed as personal representative to administer the estate of the decedent. THE PETITION requests authority to admin- ister the estate under the Independent Administration of Estates Act. (This authority will allow the personal representative to take many actions without obtaining court approval. Before taking certain very impor- tant actions, however, the personal repre- sentative will be required to give notice to interested persons unless they have waived notice or consented to the proposed action.) The independent administration authority will be granted unless an interested person files an objection to the petition and shows good cause why the court should not grant the authority. A HEARING on the petition will be held on: July 12, at 9 a.m., at the Superior Court of California, Dept. 2, County of Plumas Courthouse, 520 Main Street, Quincy, CA "95971. IF YOU OBJECT to the granting of the peti- tion, you should appear at the hearing and state your objections or file written objec- tions with the court before the hearing. Your appearance may be in person or by your attorney. IF YOU ARE A CREDITOR or a contingent creditor of the deceased, you must file your claim with the court and mail a copy to the personal representative appointed by the court within four months from the date of first issuance of letters as provided in Probate Code section 01OO. The tired for filing claims will not expire before four months from the date of the hearing date noticed above. YOU MAY EXAMINE the file kept by the court. If you are a person interested in the estate, you may file with the court a Request for Special Notice (form DE-154) of the filing of an inventory and appraisal of estate assets or of any petition or account as pro- vided in Probate Code section 1250. A Request for Special Notice form is available from the court clerk. Signed: Attorney for Petitioner: Peter C. Hentschel, 75 Court St., Quincy, CA; 530- 283-1110. Filed June 17, 2010 Deborah Norrie, Clerk of the Court By Terri Brooks, Deputy Clerk. Published FRB June 23, 30, July 7, 2010 00i!!i!iii!i!i!iiiii!: t   : for 12 mon: :r:. @ Offe equ'resAgree, e iandAuto aywilhPapedessBilling. @ Need help REP If it's ing we can stll find sometime can. CONSTRUCTION SINCE 1984 General Building Contractor Calif. Lic. #453927 Get them all with Discount Double Check? It's a quick and easy way to make lure you're saving ell you can. And it's free. 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