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14B Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2018 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Dave Covey displays one of the brook trout he caught before releasing it back into Bucks Lake this week. - Photos submitted ~ii~ ,~,:,:~, ~ Pretty little beauties are caught and gently released to grow by fishing guide Zach Stone on the Feather. Current local fishing information, compiled by Mari Erin Roth, Sports Editor Bucks Lake Cabin owner Jeff Armstrong reported he was catching brooks from 12 to 14 inches and rainbows to 16 inches, and that they are starting to school up at 35 feet. "Find schools and game on," said Armstrong. "We are using light tackle and small jigs; lost count of catches and releases." The surface temperature is still high and a tough 72 degrees. Middle Fork Feather River Zachariah Stone Silver reported that in the canyon the fish are starting to move a little more with a single temperature drop. "Should continue to improve," said Stone. "Low water levels require more stealth when approaching." Early morning and the last hour or two of sunlight are the best times to drop a line. "Nymphs and dries as well as small stuff works best right now, size 18 and 16," said Stone. Lake Davis Robert Garcia has been fishing the lake over the past three weeks "with not much luck." Garcia said he caught three small fish. His 10-year- old daughter and fishing buddy Ella is back in school now maybe he has lost his lucky charm for the season? TK/K-12 Take anv class! Core classes and/or Electives Full time or"Blended" AHD YOU CAH STILL PLAY SPORTS OR BAND! See vour local school omce TODAY for details or call 530-263-6500 1 Ella Garcia catches another fish at Lake Davis before school gets back in session. It has been a great season of fishing with her dad for this 10-year-old. "As no man is born an artist, so no man is born an angler." -- Izaak Walton, The Compleat Angler, or the Contemplative Man's Recreation, 17th century CREATE A SeVou can get a iob or focus on vour passions. CATCH UP If, you're behind In your classes, Take classesyou rant te but can't at Vour schooL LEABfl|fl BiFFEREflT " m~S nu. AND SCHEDULES Wednesday, Sept. 5 Soccer FRC women vs. West Hills noon Thursday, Sept. 6 Soccer FRC men at Mendocino Volleyball GHS at Portola 5:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 7 Football FRC at Diablo CHS at Etna GHS at Happy Camp PHS vs. Modoc 7:30 p.m. QHS vs. Immanuel 7 p.m. Volleyball FRC at Delta QHS at Fall River Tourney Saturday, Sept. 8 Soccer QHS boys at Mt. Shasta Volleyball FRC at Delta Sunday, Sept. 9 Soccer FRC women at SJ Delta Summer Series #3 Rodeo in Taylorsville Monday, Sept. 10 Volleyball PHS vs. Loyalton 4 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 11 Soccer FRC men at Marin FRC women at Marin PHS at CORE Butte QHS boys at Squaw Volleyball CHS at Westwood 5:30 p.m. GHS at Burney QHS vs. Virginia City 5 p.m. Monday, Sept. 12 Volleyball PHS vs. Incline 4 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 13 Soccer PHS vs. Paradise QHS boys vs. Loyalton 4 p.m. Volleyball GHS at Providence FRC at West Valley Classic FRC at Santa Rosa QHS at Virginia City Friday, Sept. 14 Football - CHS Homecoming CHS vs. Portola 7 p.m. QHS vs. Fall River 7 p.m. Volleyball FRC at Foothill Classic FRC at San Francisco Beemer Bash at Fairgrounds Saturday, Sept. 15 Bear Growl Gravel Grinder Bike ride in Indian Valley Football FRC vs. Laney 5 p.m. GHS Homecoming Game GHS vs. Herlong 2 p.m. Plumas Forest Fishing Derby Annual at Antelope Lake Volleyball PHS vs. TBA Monday, Sept. 17 Soccer FRC men at Mt. San Antonio Tuesday, Sept. 18 Soccer FRC women vs. Yuba 3 p.m. PHS at Loyalton QHS boys at CORE Butte Volleyball CHS at Mercy PHS at Maxwell QHS vs. CORE Butte 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 19 Soccer QHS girls at Sage Ridge Thursday, Sept. 20 Soccer PHS vs. Quincy boys 4 p.m. Volleyball CHS at Redding Christian GHS vs. Paradise 5:30 p.m. PHS vs. Biggs 6:30 p.m. QHS vs. Maxwell 5:30 p.m. PLUMAS EUREKA STATE PARK ASSOCIATION would like to Our Business and Individual Partners & Maintenance Staff For supporting Plumas Eureka State Park's Educational & Interpretive programs in 2018 State Parks Employees "DPR" and PESPA volunteers: AmeriGas Graeagle Restaurant Ann Johnston, Author & Quilter Gumba's Family Pizza Anna and Don Harvey (Shear Bliss) Grizzly Grill Author Bruce MacGregor Gold Lake Stables Aylworth Family The Gold Rush Gallery Bear Butt Carvings Ken & Debbie McMaster Blairsden Garden Center Harding Family Brewing Lair HarvevTarms & Forestry Briar Patch High Sierra Animal Rescue Buck-A-Roo Chocolates Howling Dogs Bike Shop Code Blue Grass Janet Ba]dwi (Shear bliss) Cuccia's Pasta-Pizza-Wine-Bar Johnsville Ski Club Debra Cable, DPR Lakes Basin Creations Denise Jaffke, DPR Eastern Plumas Chamber of Commerce Eco Centric Eureka Peak Palookas Farm to Belly Personal Chef Services (Mike Trombetta and Sean Conrv Co-owners and chefs) Feather River Publishing Feather River Food Coop Folchi's Rock Garden Foster Family. (William Johns GG Children) Frozen Gourmet Dale & Gina Lambert Lauren Westmorland Lorraine Nielson (Shear Bliss) Mill Works Deli Michelle Haselton Mountain Hardware & Sports The Peak Winery Plumas Eureka Fire Department Plumas Pines Golf Resort Plumas-Sierra Rural Electric Cooperative Plumas Sanitation Porta Saloon Portola Rotary PESPA Museum Store Fregulia Family + Plumas Sanitation Graeagle Associates Realtors Ralev's Stores Graeagle Community Church Reid'Family Graeagle Frostee Dink and Dave Rife Graeagle Lighting Ned & Sally Rose Graeagle Meadows Golf Course Sierra Promotions Graeagle Stables Joe & Lynn Silva Graeagle Mercantile Troy's Automotive Graea :le Miniature Golf and The Village Baker Dr'ivin : Range The Lodge at Whitehawk Graeagle SYore Teri Wesfphal, Hair House ! PLEASE SUPPORT AND Graeagle Liofis Club Graeagle'Land and Water ', I ! i;~~~ THANK rHESE BUS~NESSES WHO M(,tm~ l 4