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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2015 3C FALL SPORTS SCENE FOOTBALL 10/30 Varsity vs TBD Chester JV Football FRC Football 8/28 at Modoc 9/5 Diablo Valley 5p 9/4 Etna 9/12 at Siskiyous lp 9/11 at Fall River 9/19 at De Anza lp 9/18 at Burney 9/26 Chabot 5p 10/2 Biggs 10/3 Shasta 5p ' 10/9 Maxwell 10/17at Butte lp 10/16at Esparto 10/24American River lp 10/30Quincy 11/31atSiskiyous lp 11/6 atPortola 11/7 at Sac City 4p 11/14Sierra lp Greenville Football 8/28 Butte Valley 9/4 at Hayfork 9/11 at Happy Camp 9/18 Los Molinos 9/24 Loyalton 10/2 Herlong 10/9 at Elk Creek 10/17at Mercy 10/23at Westwood 10/30Princeton TBD 9/22 Quincy 5:30p 9/26 at Biggs TBD 9/29 Big Valley 5:30p 5:30p 10/1 at Portola 5:30p 5p 10/6 at Redding Xian 5:30p 5:30p 10/13Mercy 5:30p 5:30p 10/15Liberty Xian 5:30p 5:30p 10/20at Los Molinos5:30p 5:30p 10/22Redding Xian 5:30p 5:30p 10/29at Mercy . 5:30p 5:30p 11/3 at LibertyXian5:30p 5:30p 11/5 LosMolinos 5:30p Portola Football 8/28 Incline 9/11 Pershing Co. 9/18 at Weed 9/25 at Hamilton 10/2 at Quincy 10/9 Biggs 10/16at WSCA 10/23Maxwell 10/30at Esparto 11/6 JV vs Chester JV Greenville Volleyball VOLLEYBALL 9/1 Chester 5:30p 9/3 at Quincy 5:30p 7p 9/5 at Lassen JV TBD 7p FRCVolleyball 9/10 at Portola 5:30p 7p 8/27 at Chico State3p 9/12 at Lassen TBD 7p 9/2 SWOregon CC 6p 9/16 at Chester 5:30p 7p 9/3 atAmerican River 2p/4p 9/17 Quincy 7p 7p 9/4 at Sierra 1 p/3p 9/22 Elk Creek 5:30p 7p 9/11 at Delta lp 9/23 at Quincy 6:30p 3p 9/12 at Delta 8p 9/24 Princeton 5:30p 7p 9/19 FRC Classic12p/2p/4p 9/29 at Elk Creek 5:30p 7p 9/25 Cosumnes River 5p 9/30 Portola 5:30p 10/2 at San FranciscoCC 2p 10/1 American Xian 5:30p 10/3 at Cabrillo 12p/2p 10/3 at Liberty Xi~n TBD TBD 10/9 Shasta 6p 10/6 Loyalton 5:30p TBD, 10/14at Redwoods 6p 10/13at Herlong 5:30p TBD 10/16atLassen 6p 10/15at CORE Butte 5:30p 7:30p 10/23at Siskiyous 6p 10/20Westwood 5:30p 7p 10/28Butte 6p 10/22at Loyalton 5:30p 7p 10/30at Shasta 6p 10/29Herlong 5:30p TBD 11/6 Redwoods , 6p 11/3 CORE Butte 5:30p 7:30p 11/7 at Butte 6p 11/5 atWestwood 5:30p 7:30p 11/11Siskiyous 6p 5:30p 11/13Lassen 6p Portola Volleyball 8/25 at Loyalton 5:30p Quincy Football Chester Volleyball 8/28 Colusa ' 7p 8/25 at Westwood 5:~Op 8/28 at Yerington TBD 8/29 at Yerington TBD 9/4 at Modoc TBD 8/27 at Quincy 5:30p 8/31 at Hug 4p 9/11 at Etna 7p 9/1 at Greenville 5:30p 9/1 Lassen 5:30p 9/18 atSan Juan 7p 9/3 Biggs 5:30p 9/5 at Lassen JV TBD 9/25 at 8iggs 7p 9/8 Portola 5:30p 9/8 at Chester 5:30p 10/2 Portola 7p 9/10 Westwood 5:30p 9/9 Virginia City 5p 10/9 Silver Stage 7p 9/15 Greenville 5:30p" 9/10 Greenville 5:30p 10/16at Maxwell 7p 9/17 at Los MolinosTBD 9/15 Loyalton S:30p 10/23Esparto 7p 9/18 at Los MolinosTBD 9/17 at Los MolinosTBD 10/30JV at Chester JV 5:30p 9/19 at Los Molinos TBD 9/18 at Los MolinosTBD 9/19 at Los MolinosTBD 9/23 North Tahoe 5p 9/30 at Greenville 5:30p 10/1 Chester 5:30p 10/6 at Maxwell 5:30p 10/8 Biggs 5:30p 10/13at Quincy 5:30p 10115atVirginia City 5p 10119Hug 4p 10121at North Tahoe5p 10122Maxwell 5:30p 10127at Biggs 5:30p 10129Quincy 5:30p 1113 at Fsparto 2p Quincy Volleyball 8/27Chester 5:30p 8/28at Truckee 3p 9/3 Greenville 5:30p 9/4 at North Tahoe TBD 9/5 at North Tahoe TBD 9/8 Lassen TBD 9/11at Fall River TBD 9/12.at Fall River TBD 9/15Westwood 5:30p 9/17at Greenville 7p 9/22at Chester 6:30p 9/23Greenville 6:30p 9/29North Tahoe 5:30p 1011Oroville 5:30p 10'16 at Westwood 6:30p 10/8 Maxwell ~ 5:30p 10/13at Portola 7p 10/15Biggs 5:30p 10/20Esparto 5:30p 10/22Loyalton 5:30p 10/27at Maxwell 7p 10/29Portola 5:30p 11/3 Biggs 7p 11/5 at Esparto 7p SOCCER FRC Men's Soccer 8/28 atAmerican River 4p 911 at Chabot 4p 914 at Cosumnes 11:30a 9/10DeAnza 3:30p 9115at Yuba 4p 9/19at Modesto 11a 9/29at Fresno 11a 9/30at West Hills lp 10/2at Shasta 2p 10/6Lake Tahoe 4p 10/9at Redwoods 2p 10/13 Butte 4p 10/16 at Siskiyous 2p 10/20 at Lassen 4p 10/23 Shasta 2p 10/30 at Lake Tahoe 2p 11/6at Butte 12p 11/10 Siskiyous 12p 11/13 Lassen 12p Portola Boys Soccer Schedule TBD Quincy Boys Soccer 8/21 at FRC Augustfest TBD 8/22 at FRC Augustfest TBD 9/2 Truckee 5p 9/10 Portola 4p 9/15 at Squaw Valley415 9/17 Redding Xian 4p 9/22 at CORE I~utte 4p 9/24 at Paradise Adv4p 9/28 at Portola 4p 10/1 Squaw Valley 4p 10/6 at ReddingXian 4p 10/8 CORE Butte 4p 10/13Paradise Adv 4p 10/20FRLSemis TBD 10/22FRLChampionshipTBD FRC Women's Soccer 9/1 at Chabot 2p 9/4 at Sierra 4p 9/15 atYuba 2p 9/19 at Modesto 1:30p 9/22 Santa Rosa 3:30p 9/29 at Fresno 2p 9/30 at West Hills 11a 10/2 at Shasta 4p 10/6 LakeTahoe 2p 10/9 at Redwoods lp 10113Butte 2p 10/16 at Siskiyous 10/20 at Lassen 10/23 Shasta 10/30 at Lake Tahoe 11/3 Redwoods 11/6 at Butte 11/10Siskiyous 11/13Lassen Chester Girls Soccer 4p 2p 4p 4p 11a 2p 1Zp 2p ,. 8/21 at FR.C Augustfest TBD 8/22 at FRC Augustfest TBD 8/29 at Hug tourn TBD 9/2 at Lakeview, Oregon 3:30p 9/5 North Tahoe 1 la 919 at Quincy 5p 9/17 Portola 12:30p~ 9/19 Quincy 11a 9/24 at Portola 5p 10/3 Lakeview, Oregon 1 p 10/8 Portola 5p 10/15Quincy 5p 10/20at Portola 5p 10/24at Quincy 11:30a 10/28FRL Semis TBD 1.0/31 Championship TBD Portola Girls Soccer Schedule TBD Quincy Girls Soccer 8/21 at FRC Augustfest TBD 8/22 at FRC Augustfest TBD 8/28 at Lassen 6p 912 Portola 5p 919 Chester 5p 9/19 at Chester 11a 10/1 at Portola 5p 10/6 Portola 4p 10/15at Chester 6p 10/17at Portola 11:30a 10/24Chester 11:30a 10/28FRLSemis TBD 10/31FRLChampionship TBD Schedules subject, to change. Coaches: To report scores, email sports@plurnasnews.corn or call 283-0800. FISHING, from page 2C winter, he offers guided hunts Bucks Lake the key piece of equipment for for ducks and geese. The name Bucks may be a little slow locating kokanee. They tend "Fish Dog Outdoors" is a nod right now, but a few fish are to move in very loose schools . will catch some fish, but I to a black lab he had that being caught, and they stay in deeper water. think the odds improve with would actually retrieve his Allan Bruzza of the If you don't have sonar, look slower trolling this time of bass! Sportsmen's Den in Quincyfor other boats. You will still summer. Try a nightcrawler Ben suggests using plastic knows Bucks Lake as well as have to figure out the proper behind a dodger, worms on shake heads or anybody. He has been fishing depth. I would try between 30 The fish are deep now dropshot rigs. Crawdad and it for decades. Normally this and 40 feet. where visibility starts to be a shad colors are working best. time of year, the fish will ' Ultra-light gear on a factor. A dodger that gives off There is also a top-water bite move in near the mouths of downrigger is the best plenty of flash will help bring early in the morning, both Bucks and Mill Creekcombination for kokanee. the fish to your bait. Adding a according to Ben. and provide some good There are a number of lures, little bit of scent can only help Give Ben Williams at Fishmorning action, usually small spoons, with that. Dog Outdoors a call at Allan says that just hasn't designed specifically for The best trolling right now 258-3905, or check out his happened yet this year. Ikokanee. They all seem to is in the east lobe of the lake. website at suggest visiting Allan at his work, but the wedding ring Big Springs and the A Frame fishdogoutdoors.com, store at 1518 E: Main in style is one of my favorites. on the Peninsula are good Quincy before heading out. He Tip the hook with a bit of areas to start working. Lake Davis has the right gear and the corn and rig a dodger about 14 Bass fishing is a little The water level at Davis is most current information on inches in front of your lure. tougher this time of year, but low and the temperature is Bucks and most other local The kokanee at Bucks are there are still some big warm. Fishing pressure iswaters, not large fish. Twelve-inches smaUmouth for those who very light, but there are still a Fishing pressure has beenis pretty common, but they know how to find them. few local anglers giving it a light, but the few anglers that are a blast to catch. Nobody seems to find more go. have been out early in the I advocate catch and release of the really large smallmouth Try bank fishing at Mallard morning have been scoring a in many situations, but for than Ben Williams of Fish Dog Cove early morning for trout, few trout and kokanee kokanee I recommend grilling Outdoors (I mistakenly Catfish are being caught at salmon, or smoking. There are plenty referred to his company as Fairview, Mallard and Coot. The key is to get out early, of kokanee in Bucks Lake. Big Dog Outdoors last week... Fly fishing and trolling are before the jet-ski hatch Thinning the population my apologies.) slow. begins, will help keep the fish from Ben fishes Almanor for bass Fishing for kokanee at Bucks being too small. The risk of from April to October. In the can be a lot of fun. Sonar is fish not surviving when being, brought up from cool deep and are getting pretty thin on water and released into much some local streams. Springs warmer water at the surface and shady pools are the key is significant, so I prefer the right now. Don't bother grill or the smoker for these fishing the shallow water. tasty little fish. Look for unusually green patches of vegetation on the Frenchman Lake stream banks. This usually Frenchman is low and there indicates seeps and springs is no boat launch available, that will help keep the water There are still a few cooler. determined anglers picking Aquatic insect hatches have up a few fish from the bank slowed down. This is a good near the dam. time to switch to terrestrial The fishing doesn't sound insect imitations. too good right now, but I have Grasshoppers are my favorite. to wonder what a fly angler Fish them near the banks. A might do fishing from a float little splash as they hit the tube in some of the remaining water doesn't hurt to get the deeper water. ...... fishes' attention. Frenchman C hlpground is Beetles and flying ants are closed while a new water also good choices this time of system is installed. While year. there are no boat launch For bait anglers, drifting a facilities, other campgrounds salmon egg with just a small are available at the lake. split shot sinker can be very Spring Creek campground effective. Try a Pautzke egg on will remain open until a number 12 or 14 octopus construction is completed and hook with just enough weight Frenchman reopens later this to keep the egg suspended and fall. drifting. The key is to fish the cool deep water and fish early Stream Fishing and late when the sun is off Water levels continue to fall the water. DioNS SeLL FaSt! Plumas and Sierra County 4-H and FFA members will offer top quality market animals to the highest bidder. All animals are judged and pre-selected for the auction during the fair. Buyer Registration - 7:30 to 9:00 a.m. Full breakfast hosted by Plumas Co. 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