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Record, Reporter From Page One 30 ....... ii~: ~ ~ , ..... > Photos by Shannon Morrow Mrowczynski challenges an opponent from truckee for the ball. The varsity team went 4-1-1 in the tournament, taking third place. Continued from page,lC All-tourney players named Portola's Brett Pearson, who earned an all-tournament selection, takes a shot at the goal. Greenville each by a score d 1-0, but Quincy's .IV th.n h,~t to Chester l-O. Chester also beat Port,~l:~, 3-0, hut lost to Greenville, : 0, where as Portola was able io beat Greenville, 1-0. All-tournament selecti,ms included: Jenna l,owrancm Kaitlin Malone and Lit :ur- tis from Truckee's JV, EmJb' Patton, l,indsay lJavis a~d Amber Dolloff Lrom Quirt(.3'5, varsity, Corhie Smith from Quincy's ,IV, Tesha lbmslon from Chester, Jessica l~,anl:a from Portola and Amy l- son from Greenville. Trophies were aw,qr(led 1,9 the top teams, and the all- tournament players recoive(] a T-shirt. The trophies and the all-tournament T-shirts were donated by Round TaNe Pizza in Quincy. at Eagle Lake this ranged from excel- The degree of varied almost anglers reported every day. Lim- common about have ranged with needle fish crawlers to still slip bobbers. reported success with worms or are using Pow- attractants on Most fish are ths ranging The use of a or salmon-colored ahead of a night trolling has al- and Wildcat to be the most areas for boaters. SUccess was report- Eagle Lake Marl- past week. Most early morn- majority of an- rting as early as on the lake. catching mid- as well. can. make reser- Eagle Lake by free: 1-877-444- 200 campsites are on a first-come, basis. For specif- information, call updated fish- information, Lake Marina at :results continue on ide. However, the colder and close to the which is start of the fall daytime surface are running in Rated slow. Camp Five and are good fall : spots. fair. On Aug. and his wife fish from 1.5 to 2 side of the island. They were bottom fishing from their boat. Young Cameron Phillips from Truckee landed a beau- tiful 5.6-pounder on Friday, Aug. 17. Cameron and his grandfather were trolling Sepps Lures north of the is- land when the big fish picked his lure up, which was just off the bottom. Those experienced in shal- low trolling are doing fair with cinnamon woolly bug- gers. Fly Fishing: Rated fair. The strong hatch and good bite continue most days the last hour before dark. On Tuesday, Aug. 14, Glen Fair and friend landed six rainbows to 20 inches. Most of the fish were caught be- tween 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. They were fishing a size 10 cinna- mon wiggly tail, using the J. Fair countdown method. Fish the west shore from Camp Five north to Freeman Creek. Frenchman Lake Some nice rainbows have been caught at Frenchman Lake last week. Johnny Ray, a local fisherman, limited out f 7 $200 per team at Lunker Point this past weekend using Power Bait. The average size was 1.5 pounds. One lady caught a 16- inch rainbow in the same area using worms. Go deep and float crawlers off the bottom. Early morn- ing and evening fishing are best. The nights are getting considerably cooler--great fall fishing is on the way. The campgrounds fill up fast on the weekends, so come out early. Bucks Lake Some nice browns (2.5 and 3 pounds) have been caught using Power Bait. People are trolling between 35-40 feet with rainbow run- ners and cripplure, catching kokanee, brooks and rain- bows. If bait fishing, green Power Bait is working well. The following businesses have contributed to this fish- ing report: Eagle Lake Mari- na, Dollard's Market, Wig- gin's Trading Post and Bucks Lake Marina. includes: aoVCa a gls . ree erices Photo by Shannon Morrow Buster and Eille Heiman speed through the water at Bucks Lake on their Hobie Cat. }:00 a.m. Prizes and More/ 2001 Polaris personal watercraft Pro 1200 2 passenger, 3 cylinder, 1200cc, 135 HP Polaris ATV Get up to $300 on clothing &accessories. Offer good until Aug. 31,2001 Last one in stock at blow-out savings! DUPONT POWER TOOL 23 Crescent St..(ttwy 70) Quin~y, (5\ q5 "/1 IS30) 283.Z136 or :'93 HEVYCAMARO '-