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6C Tuesday, July 3, 2001 By Alicla Hlgbee Indian Valley Editor Two new records were set during the annual Blue Gill Derby at Round Valley Lake Saturday, June 23. Besides a record number of kids participating, a new lake record for catfish was set by Mike Chmelovsky, of Reno. He caught the 12-pound channel cat using liver the night before the derby. He came to weigh in during the derby and was surround- ed by children trying to get a closer look. First-place winner Cody Profit, of Quincy, caught the largest blue gill at 9.5 inches long, with the heaviest basket of five fish weighing in at 1.4 pounds. He stuck to the docks like glue all morning. Children from all over came to the derby, including oner from as far away as Mon- tana. Many kids were fishing in the derby for their third and fourth years, and a few were former derby kids who were helping younger siblings. There were 118 kids fishing in the derby, and they har- vested a total of 1,623 blue gill. Resort owners Bob and Deanna Carter started the derby six years ago, hoping to reduce the blue gill popula- tion and provide a fun, new activity for families to enjoy. They cosponsor the event as a fund-raiser for the Indi- an Valley Chamber of Com- merce. Resort, and a hat donated by Ed Ebersol's Rainbo Wari'ior Worms, of Taylorsville. Ebers l also donated lots of worms for the children to bait their hooks with. Most of the top 18 winners were from Plumas County: Winning fishing poles and reels were top winners Cody Profit, 12, of Quincy; Jacob Moss, 10, of Quincy; Kylee Pettit, 6, of Greenville; Cierra Pillsbury, 10, of Rescue; Chelsea Phillips, 13, of Tay- lorsville; Elijah Williams, 7, of Greenville; Ross Fiegener, 8, of Lake Almanor; Joshua Hernandez, 3, of Greenville; Don Housen, 6, of Greenville; and Shane Hodges, 12, of Sut- ter. Winning magazine sub: scriptions and hats were: Ryan Aust, 8, of Chester; Brandon Chmelovsky, 14, of Sparks; Victoria Costa, 11, of Oakdale; Matthew Peters, 6, of Paicines; Layla Sefried, 6, of Quincy; and Chandler Short, 3, of Greenville. Also winning hats were Tarik Ballard, 6, of Sacra- mento, and Kevin Lee, 12, of Sacramento. Breakfast and lunch snacks were provided as a fund-rais- er by the Healthy Start Pro- gram of Indian Valley, with volunteers Kandi and Darrell Whitley, of Greenville, and Sue Weber, of Taylorsvllle. This year, they received a donation from the Plumas County Fish and Game Com- mission to purchase 10 Ugly Stick fishing rods and Shake- speare reels for the top 10 Catfish have been stocked winners, in the lake for the past four years by the Carters. Eight more winners re- ceived hats and subscriptions At least one grew to be a fat donated by Fish Sniffer Mag- 12 pounds before it was fillet- azine, a hat donated by the ed and cooked up Carters' Round Valley Lake Chmelovsky-style. Helpers during the derby were: Charlotte and Bob Coomber, of Oakland; Bill Coomber, of McKinleyville; Bill Chmelovsky, of Reno;. Dodie Hanson, of Sparks; Ed Ebersol, of Taylorsville; Fred Schoordyk, of Greenville; LJl- lian Basham, chamber office manager; and Bob and Dean- na Carter, owners of Round Valley Lake Resort. Most of the Blue Gill Derby winners were from Plumas County sered by Round Valley Lake Resort and the Indian Valley by the local fish and game commission this year. Photo by Aiicia Higbee Dani Pranin, of Lake Tahoe, gets help putting a "yukky" worm on her hook from her Aunt Jamie Crossley, of Sparks. Rainbo Warrior Worms were donated for the children,s event by Eel Ebersole, of TaylorsviUe. BuJtetin, Progressive, t~ Photo by Saturday, June 23, during the annual Chamber of 04nmerce. Ten fishing poles The docks at Round Valley Lake Resort ere most popular fishing spots for participants in al Kids' Blue Gill Derby Saturday, June 23. usually catch their biggest fish there. By year here, brothers Eric, Daniel Colfax, knew where to be. Through a licensing agreement with the Public Utilities Commission, we purchase the residential listings from the two telephone companies that serve this Pacific Bell and Citizens Utilities. However, since we are dealing with thousands and thousands of numbers and addresses, there is sure to be some changes from time the information was originally given to the phone company. We hope you will take a minute and provide us with the most accurate information available. If there was an error, omission or change in the information recently released in the Pac Bell or Citizens telephone books, please use the coupon below to about it. Your cooperation in getting it back to us by Aug. 31, 2001, is greatly appreciated. EVEN IF YOU RECENTLY NOTIFIED THE PHONE COMPANY OF A CHANGE, PLEASE TELL US TO0! THE INFORMATION MAY CROSS PATHS FROM THE BUY THEIR LISTINGS AND THEY UPDATE YOUR RECORDS. We need current information to update our database. If you have previously submitted this form in! past, please resubmit. We want our book to be as current as possible. mm mm n n ammm m mm mmmm m m m mm m m m m m n mm mmm m m m m Plumas/Lassen Connection C/O Feather Publishing P.O. Box B Quincy, CA 95971 m ,m,n m m ,m i m mmammm m m mm mm m m mmmm m m m~ m m mm mmmm~ mm are not listed in current phone co. books Please include us in yours. White pages yellow pages were Listed but please change as follows Please don't list our number D D D D White pages yellow pages White pages yellow pages Name Address Phone Number Signed Comments: zip Date m m mm mm m n mm m nmmm m m m m mm m mmm m~m n m mmm mm~ ~--, mmm m mmm mm m mmmm n m mm m m mm m u mm mm m mm m m m u m l~l Deadlines are fast approaching for the 2002 "Connection". form above to insure that your telephone listing is correct. We need your help/ Please take a moment to fill out This is your LAST CHANCE/ Deadline is 31, L