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6C Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Fall colors make for spectacular fishing outings anglers to take a picture and release their fish. I totally support that. Do not net the females. Release them as gently as possible. We need these hens to spawn and regenerate. The Michael Condon California Department of Staff Writer Fish and Wildlife is no longer mcondon@plumasnews.com planting brown trout in A bad day of fishing is Almanor in the numbers they better than a good day of used to. I have no idea why, work. but they used to plant about --Author unknown80,000 brown trout each year; That quote at the top of the now that has been reduced to column... I know I probably 10,000 fish. I have heard they use it too often. But there is may stop planting browns all just so much truth to that together. That would be a statement that it bears shame. repeating over and over While the fishing is again, improving, it is getting more difficult to launch a boat. Fishing season is winding Most resort ramps are now down. But fortunately around here it goes out with a bang. unusable due to low water. Trout tend to "binge feed" in The Forest Service ramp at preparation for the cold Canyon Dam is still winter months, operation.al with a dock. The The chances of catching Forest Service ramp at the some excellent trout in our Almanor Campground is local lakes are as good as they usable but the dock has been get these next few weeks, pulled out of the water. As an added attraction the Butt Lake fall colors are peaking The powerhouse is running throughout Plumas County. and that always draws big This is a great time of year to fish into the cool water below hit the water, the powerhouse to feed on Lake Almanor pond smelt caught up in the flow from Lake Almanor. The fishing is slowly There is also a midge hatch getting better as the pond in the main lake and smelt are getting more smallmouth bass biting in the attention from the trout and salmon at Almanor. Feeding afternoon, according to Tom Maumoynier, from Lake birds and fish boiling on the Almanor Fly Fishing Co. in surface are the best way to Chester. spot the feeding fish. Fish are holding closer to Lake Davis the surface longer into the Fishing has been on the morning, according to Doug slow side lately but should Neal, of Almanor Fishing heat up soon. Lake Davis is Adventures. known for excellent fall Doug has been working the fishing -- but it is not top water till about 9 a.m. happening yet, according to with fast-action lures in the Jon Baiocchi, of Baiocchi's top 15 feet of water. After 9:30 Troutfitters. Doug drops his gear down Jon says that he is not from 20 to 28 feet, fishing in catching lots of fish, but the about 35 feet of water, fish he and his clients have Try one-sixth-ounce Speedy been catching are very beefy Shiners in red and gold or and running 18 to 22 inches silver hammer finish. Apply a long. scent like Pro-Cure Carp Spit Jon's favorite rig has been to improve your odds. an indicator set up to fish 3 to Trollers working the east 5 feet down, and 7 to 12 feet side of the peninsula from down. Bunell Point north to Big Stripping flies is also Cove have been catching producing. Jon recommends some nice fish and even some stripping your fly quickly limits, with plenty of pauses. That Brown trout spawning sort of movement will really action will begin soon. Some help attract fish. Many grabs of Almanor's largest fish are caught during the brown trout spawn. Doug urges See Fishing Report, page 7C SOCCER, from page 1C Dent left the game late for intentionally putting his hands on the ball while it was in play. "The Tahoe red card came from a very dirty tactic Wade's players pulled years ago when they struck my wife with a ball after the final whistle to incite a brawl," Williams said. "History repeats itself with Wadc's teams. Due to security concerns Wade was not made available for comment after the game. Darryn Hlabangana led FRC in scoring attempts with two shots on goal, with Sundin Esperance, Brent Pedlow, Petter Knoph and Tom Cowling also taking a stab at the net. Keeper Jacob Price also put forth an outstanding effort with eight saves on nine shots on goal. FRC 4, Butte 0 Although he only scored a single point against Butte on Oct. 21, Dominic Docherty turned the Golden Eagles' 4-0 win over the Roadrunners into, in essence, the "Dominic Docherty Show" as he earned Man of the Match and put together an FRC scoring drive late in the game while also assisting on two other goals. Maynard earned a brace in the match, making the opening goal of the game at 31 minutes before taking another only minutes later. Docherty, a freshman from Great Yarmouth, U.K., assisted on the two goals for the Golden Eagles in the 37th and 40th minutes, respectively, as Maynard and Horeb Makabukidi found the net on passes from the Brit footballer. The closing goal from Docherty came within the six at the 45th minute (with Jonathan Tukala assisting) and he also had three shots on goal, bested only by Maynard with five. Maynard's fellow Aussie classmate, freshman Dylan Murray, also took three goes at the net against the Roadrunners. After the Butte game, Williams said Docherty is growing by leaps and bounds both personally and as a contributing member of the 2014 team. "Dominic is starting to come into his own," Williams said. "He is team gets their shots and it Sumaila, who is normally starting to feel comfortable ends up in a tie like this," one of the strongest being away from home and Williams said. "Our goal offensive powerhouses for he really is getting was to remain undefeated in the Golden Eagles, was comfortable with the style of conference and we did that." slowed by an aggressive American play, which Williams also highlightedButte squad that pushed, allows for unlimited the effort put forth by his kicked and essentially did substitutions. That is keeper, Australian everything but throw something the overseas sophomore Stacey Cavill. punches in an effort to players are not used to since "She came offthe line stymie her. subs are limited over there." very well in the first half, .... The tactic around the Williams added that, since Williams said. "That was state that teams are starting substitutions are ubiquitous one of the defining parts of ' to use on her is that they are in American-style soccer, the game, the way she played." marking her very, very his European and other The players for FRC woretightly," Williams said. "If foreign players are able to bright pink jerseys in the they can bump her or hold stave off going into "cruise game in recognition of her or kick at her a little bit control," in which they Breast Cancer Awareness they are going to do it." might let up their pressure Month, which runs through One Butte player, Kristen thanks to the tiring effects of the end of October. Paul, was so exceedingly more than 130 minutes of The tie keeps FRC atop aggressive that she earned a play in any given game. the GVC at 10-3-3 (4-0-2). yellow and then a red card "(Foreigners) often for an ejection after she got struggle because they want FRC 3, Butte 2 a bit touchy-feely with to and are used to staying on The women were also Sumaila in the game. the field for a longer period winners on the road against "Luckily we had a referee of time," Williams added, the Butte Lady Roadrunners crew that recognized Butte "Now that Dominic is on Tuesday, Oct. 21, was going a little bit beyond figuring that out, he is winning 3-2 against a squad fair play and they ejected magic on the ball. His foot that was targeting Sumaila the girl," Williams added. skills are fantastic and his with a vengeance. After toning down a bit vision on the pitch is great. The Eagles went up earlyand letting Butte play to the Any time a player is directly on a two-goal lead as Ryann equalizers on goals in the involved in three goals it is Abeyta, with the first of 49th and 65th minute, FRC a special thing." three assists from Sumaila, roared back in minute 66 The Golden Eagles (8-5-3, nailed a shot home in the with a booming goal offthe 3-1-1) will travel to Shasta 16th minute against Butte. A toe of Mercedes Perez -- College (3-10-3, 2-2-1) in mere four minutes later,which was just enough for Redding tomorrow with Sumaila again assisted the 3-2 win. kickoff set for 4 p.m. Samantha Buchanan on a FRC will play this Friday scoring drive to take the 2-0 in Redding as it takes on go-ahead score. Shasta College. Lady Golden Eagles FRC 2, Lake Tahoe 2 The Feather River College women's soccer team retained its status as the only unbeaten team in the Golden Valley Conference last week as the Lady Golden Eagles played to a 2-2 tie against Lake Tahoe College at home. As is the norm for FRC, the offensive push came off the toe of Ghanaian phenomenon Sherifatu Sumaila, who had both goals for the Eagles in the first half. Sumaila's first goal came at the three-minute mark, though Tahoe was able to get a goal in the seventh minute to tie it at an uno apiece. Sumaila roared back in the 35th minute to grab the lead, however, and it would take until the 52nd minute for Tahoe to make the equalizer. Hope Giunti-Vasquez and Danielle Smith earned assists on Sumalla's scoring effort. "We did well in this game, even though you will get games like this where each A referee draws a red card on a Lake Tahoe player in the first half of Friday's men's game. Photo by Greg Knight Sudoku Puzzle #3067-D Difficult . 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