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2C Tuesday, July 3, 2001 Bulletin, Progressive, Reellletin, metallic perch pattern have been working, as have size ~e~ Lake eight cinnamon flies. Deep Eagle Lake trout and big water trolling should be pro- rainbows from 16-19 inches ductive if one can find the are being caught. Use lead correct depth. core line, three colors, and a Fly fishing: Rated fair to two-foot leader with just a good. Experienced anglers worm. Try trolling by the continue to do very well. The dam and the diving rock. fish are still working the sur- Bass from 2-4 pounds are face for damsels during the being caught using Rapala, mid-morning. One angler spinner bait and rubber said the fish were taking any worms. Try all the coves, fly that was close to cinna- around the weeds and rocks, mort or orange. Crappie six inches and bet- Local Dan Olsen caught ter are being caught on a and released 16 fish on June crappie jig in three feet ofwa- 22 and 14 fish on June 23. Fly ter. Fish around the rocks patterns being used are and weeds, damsels or your favorite Little Grass Valley Reservoir emerger, cinnamon or olive German browns, from 16-24 woolly buggers. The best ar- inches, have been caught on eas are Camp Five north to limy plugs or any plugs that Jenkins, Cow Creek, Free- are light green. Fish 50 to 150 man Creek and Mesquito yards off the north shore in Slough. the morning or the evening. Frenchman Lake Rainbows and speckled Fishing at Frenchman trout can be caught in the Lake continues to be great. morning or late afternoon Bank fishermen should cast and evening. Fish the bottom worms, Powerbait or eggs. with a treble hook, green The fish are going deeper Powerbait and one salmon now, so use a little more egg. The fish range between weight. Trollers are going 8-14inches. deep, too, trolling night- For kokanee, use down rig- crawlers and flashers. gers or leaded lines with an The campgrounds fill up assortment of pop gear. The pretty fast on the weekends, fish range between 8-12 inch- so come out early to get your es and can be caught all day. spot. For catfish, use night Gold iJke crawlers or chicken livers 15 The fishing has been good. feet offshore during any time Lots of Macks are being tak- of the day. The catfish range from 8-14 inches, en using J-plugs. Bucks Lake Lake Davis Since the rain stirred Fishing results have con- things up, fishing has been good. tinued to be a mixed bag over Fishermen have been the last week. Fly fishing and catching 2-3 pound browns shallow trolling are rated as trolling with frog-colored flat fair to good. Shore fishingfish. and deep trolling is slow. The Kokanee are being taken water surface temperature on using flashers and a wedding Saturday, June 23, was 69 de- grees. The fish are ranging in ring. Brooks and rainbows size from nine to 21 inches, are hitting cripplure and spinlure. Shore: Rated slow. A one- fish-per-rod average is a Lake &lmmmr stretch. In most cases, we Bass fishing is still good, suggest fishing the deep wa- especially on the east side. ter channels at Honker Point They are weighing up to and Grasshopper Flat. How- three and four pounds. ever, if that doesn't produce Trolling is still good on the within and hour or so, move west side using speedy shin- to shallow areas such as Mal- ers and various needlefish. lard Cove, Fairview, Camp Bait fishing is good, using Five or Eagle Point. Make crickets and king mealy long casts and use Powerbait worms. or inflated nite crawlers, or a Fly-fishing has been hot, combination of both. We sug- with the hex hatch at night gest a sliding sinker rig. from 8 p.m. to after 9 p.m. Boats: Still fishing with During the daytime, they are bait is the best way for most using brown woolly buggers fishermen to go home with and the nymphs. fish. Good areas are the buoy at Camp Five, the north tip of The following businesses , the island, Jenkins Cove, the have contributed to this fish- channel off Lightning Tree ing report: Northwest Park boat ramp and Freeman Management, Dollard's Mar- Creek arm. Don't be afraid to ket, Wiggin's Trading Post, fish in the weeds in eight feet Golden Eagle Guide Service, of water, and adjust your bait Bucks Lake Marina and Ay- to float above the weeds, oobs in Chester. Meadows Woman's Ckb The last Thursday of the month, June 28, once again rolled around and "Ace of Aces" was the order of the day. W ners were the overall low gro S and low net play- ers. This month we "pay the piper"--Priscilla Piper, that is, with a low .gross score of 89. The low net winner was Romie Girolamo with a score of 70. In addition, three flights were honored. They are as follows: Flight One: First place low gross was Edie Hein with 91; Williams and Marlene second place low gross wasThompson. June Dewey with 99; low net Second place with a 77 was was Sally Kendall with 75.Toni Froese, Sharon Auge, Flight Two: First place low Pat Spooner, and Joey Wil- gross was Judy Meagher with son. Third with a 79 was Pat 102; second place low gross Fricke, Gaff Newton, Carolyn was Gigi McClure with 106;Willhoit and Olive Wonacott. low net was Lucy Landa with 76. Last week Sharon Shaw Flight Three: First place won the low putts with a 28. low gross was a tie between ~. Huff O~ Club Margaret Chamberlin and The June 22 game was Esther Rimbault with 114; blind draw for partners, and low net was Pat Kohler with 79. the winners were: Irma Boyd Lake Alman~ West Women;s and Jim Wright in first; Rita Golf Club Marshall and Jerry Quam in June 28 was the pro-pick of second; and Barbara Quam a four-lady scramble. First and Don Rhinehart in third. place with a 75 was Jo Knud- The chip-in was won by Bill sen, Karen Nelson, Mary Garrett. A scramble was b" 27 with just a few PP" N the weather was rai v and cold. , First place ~e~".~ Marshall, Bob Holb~:~ Jerry and Barbar~ Second went to~ Rhinehart, Jerry H~:~ Boyd and Dean Jo~ chip-in was won by J~---- There will be a SThe only, first-annual !~e to Golf Club Scramble~un 28. The entry fee iSmn~ the deadline for en~ell, 21. This will be a ~e tc blind draw for pattie tr further informatio oo, contact Mt. Huff Golf e tz ad -'Ay ~ "99 BUICK LE SABRE I 3.81, auto., air, ABS brakes, P V, PL, power seat, tilt, cruise, VI/FM cass., alloy wheels, balance warranty. #467781. Was $16,995. # O: l 4x4, V-8, auto., air, PS, pw, pl, tilt, cruise w AM/FM cass., alloy wheels, dual tanks, to~o pkg bed liner. #810149. Was $10,995, ~hi "94 F-150 EXT. 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