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.= ecord, Reporter Needlefish and rapalas rated as fair and have been marginally pro- aregood re- ductive. Depths for fishing rom fishermen. The seem to be best at 20-30 feet. temperature is Surface sightings continue to 70 degrees. Fish be reported as well. rar~ging from 10 to 20 Eagle Lake continues to maintain excellent water lev- Particles that were els. Boating access is excel- Poor visibility are lent. Conditions for water damsel hatch recreation are tremendous. Which is bad The lake offers a good bal- fishermen, but ance between water sports the other types and fishing since the majori- as the fish will no ty of anglers fish in early keying on the morning or late evenings. e: Rated fair. One to been the has been a de- Lg bite coming Bill Adams Y caught 10 and .on two different LIs PaSt week. The has been rain- rBait fished on a Lg has im- experienced fish- are good re- those trolling. and two limits on 16. Fred was 2-1/2 colors of and needle fish three other anglers SUccess by and olive 120 feet be- 3-5 feet under in water that has F 15 feet or less. s ranged from 21 fish. areas are the lake or the at the south- and son nine rain- POunds, this anchored north end of .~rBait. Rated fair. is basically closes the chap- however, the increase their ill open the etc. casters land- and lost four oth- Saturday, Were fishing in .~ek, using Jay size 10 Lake ap- up Saturday more people SUccess. Trout the 3-4 pound def'mitely more : the weekend. using night to be the Eagles Nest is as on the lake. worth trying Point, Pelf- the Circus Island. been most WOrlTIS. la e Almamor With the cooler summer weather, Almanor is still pro- ducing lots of fish. The hex hatch is slowing but is still going on at night. Salmon are being caught again using an- chovies at the dam area and east side of the lake. Bass have been very plenti- ful with some nice size using crickets and the jigs. Most anyof the rocky areas have been good for bass. Browns and rainbows are hitting crickets and worms. Bait fishing is better than trolling now, but dodgers are still working for those trolling. Frenchman lake Warming water has slowed up the fishing somewhat at Frenchmans Lake, but if you are persistent and fish early, you should do f'me. Trollers are going as much as 8-9 colors out using night crawlers and flashers or lead core line with woolly worms in black or rust colors. Little Last Chance Creek is doing well from the dam down to the Chilcoot Camp- ground. Try garden worms or salmon eggs. Many people have inquired about the boat ramps at Frenchmans. Both boat launches, the old boat ramp on the east side and Lunker Point are usable, but with so many boaters on the lake, fishing is hampered somewhat. Little Grass Valley Reservoir The reservoir was stocked with 12-14 inch rainbows, so shore fishing is fantastic around the boat dock at Little Beaver Campground. Use worms or PowerBait from boats. Still fishing with a treble hook is still fair to good. Trolling with spinners, sil- ver flashers and wedding rings at 20-35 feet is excellent for rainbows and Kokanee. The browns are on the bot- tom, spawning deep. Lures are working great near the feeder stream trenches. Bucks Lake A 19-pound Mackinaw was caught July 14 by trolling frog-colored flat fish. A cou- ple of nice browns have been caught with rapallas. Most people are catching fish. There is success bait fishing with PowerBait and WOrmS. COMPANY A family owned sawmill company in business for 50 years Seeking logs, timber, timberland price, accurate log scale, prompt payment I Uglas Fir, White Fir, Ponderosa and Lodgepole Pine managing your timberland is important to our Let us help you your investo nt. 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Do you have a young golfer hoping to become the next Tiger Woods? Or do you know someone who thinks they are Tiger Woods, but really are just toddling about in the woods? If so, then I have good news for you. Graeagle Meadows offers a season-long junior program for golfers age 10 to 15 as well as group and individual lessons for golfers age 16 and older. First, there are the weekly junior clinics, on Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 1-3 p.m., as well as Thursday from 1-3 p.m. I have an instruction clinic in which I cover everything from the short game to the full swing to rules ofeti- quette. The fee is $10 per ses- sion. Next there is the weekly play day on Wednesday from 4-7 p.m. The fee is also a mere $10 for nine holes of golf. Finally, there is the ever- popular three-day clinic on July 30, 31, and Aug. 1. For $30, the junior golfer gets lunch, instruction and nine holes of golf each day, as well as prizes. To sign up for the weekly clinics, call Marc Ter- ry at 836-0376 or 836-2323. To sign up for the three-day clin- ic, pick up an entry form at the Graeagle Meadows golf shop. t"or those juniors who are clubless, I offer an inexpen- , ~ : i !~ / / ii sive source of clubs. As my wife will attest, I have a large assortment of donated golf clubs in my garage, and for $3 per club I will cut down clubs to fit junior golfers of all sizes. As the golfer grows, the clubs can be traded in for the next size up. This is a great way to get clubs in juniors' hands and get them practic- ing. For those of you who do not qualify as juniors anymore, I also offer individual and ~roup adult lessons, For each lesson I use my camcorder atut'" ~' I . ~ , t() C()I]~t)LIF(~ yQUF swing with a touring profes- sionars swing to decide upon the appropriate corrections and tomonitor your progress. I also offer computer swing analysis for a more in-depth look at your swing. A picture is worth a thousand words and my video instruction sys- tem greatly reduces the time spent identifying your swing faults and provides clear vi- sual understanding of proper swing fundamentals. So if you're tired of tod- dling around the course, then it's time to get a clear view of what you need to do to get out of the woods. II "%S~ II We will make your vacation arrangements! Buy a 3 or # day lxt s, then ffAe nP or Sm day is FREE Disney & Cautorma Adventure Park Susanville zsy.m4, ss0 m st. Quincy 283.1014 * "IDS DODGE AVmNGmR Aul~., A/C, PS, PW, PDL, T~W, C, CD, morel # 148038. Payment based *8,7S0 o.,, ooo0 FORD RANGIER SIC XLT, 4.0, Y-6, auto., loaded, CD, A/C, power seae, #A30230. Pa me~ t)a~ml "1)7 (=RAND llmROKmmm 4x4, ]o~, J~, INeW_O~_ s4mts, CD, very clan, #702340. "1)0 BUICK CENTURY Umi~d, load.d, I.o~, ..l~w~ Nat, alloy w[~ls, only 75,000 miles, #603594. Paymenl baled