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ressive, Record, Reporter is rated as fair to The water tempera- running in the mid- average catch is run- three fish per rod. ranges from 12-20 uled for further work and completion later in the month. It is rated good for ex- perienced anglers. wrong with a cinnamon woolly bugger. Fish the west shore from Camp Five north to Freeman and Mosquito Slough. Flashers and worms are working northeast of the Frenchman Lake Honker Cove boat ramp. Trolling cinnamon woolly There have been many buggers 3-4 feet under the good reports on the fishing at Some people are surface has been very effec- Frenchman Lake this week. zero and some peo- tive. Early morning fishing seems doing well, with the to be the best, but some nice two or three fish per Fly-Fishing: This is rated fish have been caught at mid- PowerBait or inflat-good. There has been a mid- day, as well. crawlers at Mallard day blood midge hatch. Any Use night crawlers and Grasshopper Point, slight breeze that creates a PowerBait, as usual. Various and Eagle Point. ripple on the water is helpful lures are also working. Lunk- in activating the bite. er Point, the narrows, and The Honker Cove the north end of the lake are ramp is open at this Many patterns and colors however, it is sched- work; however, you can't go producinglimits for most. attention to variables t Tuesday, I did some- haven't done for a played 36 holes r in one day. I won't with the gruesome morning was embarrassingly my afternoon round )risingly good. The between rounds was my short , specifically the short around the green. honest, I haven't these shots wasn't too sur- poor perfor- morning So before the after- I did a little game practicing, and off. are suffering the shot blues, here are things to help you. to the less swing shots, I like in terms of threes: ball positions, three angles, and three hinge amounts. three ball positions stance, mid- 'the stance, and for- in the stance. The three club face angles the club face to get more loft are: closed, square and open. on the ball, you must also The three wrist hinge open your stance. amounts are: none, some Add variables only when and full. necessary and only if you When it comes to working practice them. Otherwise, on the short game, start with you are asking for trouble, the standard no-frills chip. for the more variables and For this shot, play the ball moving parts added, the low- back in the stance with the er the percentage of pulling weight and hands forward off the shot. and the club face square. If you need the ball to go The stroke has one moving farther, add more moving part--simply turn the shoul- parts. Instead of just rotating ders back and through with the shoulders, incorporate no wrist hinge or weight some torso rotation. Then shift. From this basic high add some weight shift and percentage stroke, add vari- wrist hinge. Remember ables, such as ball position, that if you shift your weight club face angle and wrist back or hinge your wrists, hinge to achieve different you will have to shift your trajectories and spin. weight forward and unhinge So when and how do you your wrists the right amount add variables? The situation to pull off the shot. So be dictates the shot to be careful about adding too played. If there is j ust a cou- many variables and moving ple feet of rough to fly the parts. ball over with a lot of green These are just the begin- to work with, the standard ning to the many variables no-frills chip is the shot to that can be incorporated to use. create different shots. Watch If there is more rough to the touring pros on TV, or carry and less green to work read a golf book or magazine with, the shot requires a to get an idea of just how higher'trajectory with more many different shots can be spin. To hit the ball higher created. and with more spin, you can Then go to the practice either play the ball forward green, and start creating in your stance, or open the your own arsenal of short club face, or if you really game shots. You'll be glad to need to hit it high, do both. have them when you need Keep in mind, if you open them. Karen Worley took over as the nior varsity volleyball team and this season. j Photo by Shannon Morrow coach of Chester's Ju- is off to a strong start Mtns offer ru For outdoor enthusiasts rienced hikers. ready to veer off the beaten "We advise anyone heading path, the rugged desert into remote areas to visit our mountains flanking the lion- office for maps and to check ey Lake Valley can provide on current conditions," said challenging hikes and explor- Bill Knutz of the BLM Eagle ing opportunities. I.ake Field Office staff. "We The Bureau of Land Man- will provide detailed in- agement says rugged terrain, structions for reaching the steep climbs and the absence best hiking starting points." of developed hiking trails The Skedaddle Mountains can provide adventure for near Wendel and the Fort skilled hikers and backpack- Sage Mountains east of Doyle ers. But BLM recreation oiler some of the most chal- planners advise lhat the at- lenging hikes and reward ex- eas are remote and rugged, plorers with some dramatic They are best suited lot expe- vistas. In the Skedaddle Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2001 3C By Shannon Morrow Sports Editor Since Karen Worley has taken over as the coach of Chester's JV this season, the team has won a tournament in Los Molinos and has won its first two league games against Westwood and Porto- la. At the Los Molinos tourna- ment, the Lady Volcanoes posted a 10-1 record for first place. During the first day, Chester played three differ- ent teams two games apiece and won all six games, serv- ing at an impressive 93 per- cent. On the second day, Chester defeated Biggs to advance to the championship game against home favorite Los Molinos. The Volcanoes lost the first game but bounced back and won the next two games to capture the title. Chester's Ashley Gosney and Meghan Mapes were awarded all-tourney medal- lions for their play. More recently, the JV Vol- canoes have defeated West- wood and Portola, each in two games. Worley played volleyball at Humboldt State and has coached youth volleyball in Tehama County for the past 12 years. "I stress serving, passing and hustle," said Worley. "The girls have been work- ing hard toward and attain- ing these goals." Worley, who has been in- volved in volleyball for the past 24 years, added, "I truly love the sport and enjoy helping others develop a love for the game." Mountains, hikes to Summit Ridge and through James and Amedee canyons follow natural features. There are no trails. Use of topographi- cal maps is essential. To reach the Skedaddles from Susanville, take High- way 395 19 miles east to the junction with Wendel Road. Take Wendel Road south to the Skedaddles. Detailed in- structions to hiking areas are available from the BLM of- fice at 2950 Riverside Drive in Susanville. up a difference two amath-Trinity river L salmon angers in 1999 a modest catch quota of adult, fall-run king a daily bag limit of or trout and the anxiety over the ques- tabulations of would close the Klamath before Labor contrast, the 2001 quota 29,800 adult salmon, the daily bag is three salmon--two of adults over 22 inches-- Labor Day weekend with anglers still 98 percent short of their allotted basin the DFG said, spawning migra- to be dominated larger, four-year-old predicted event , on last year's large run kings. The appears to be late, caused by good feeding conditions, in- and, in one the- the unusual configura- the Klamath as it cuts its sand spit to the and Game said the 2000 Klamath salmon one expect- are the result of habitat conditions to the fish hatched fall-winter of 1998-99. conditions included water flows in the River for the down- migrating juveniles large source of food for l in the ocean. any event, the late start high quota almost as- anglers on the this fall will not close to catching the al- number of fall-run salmon for the entire , the DFG said. 2002 2002 OLDSMOBILE BRAVADA 2002 2002 GMC 2002 GRAND PRIX BUICK RENDEZVOUS SIERRA BUICK LE SABRE 1929-