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2C Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Graeagle golfers play The men and women of the Graeagle Meadows golf clubs finished their golf season with the seventh annual Cross Country Golf Tourna- ment. Thanks to the hard work of the club pro Bob Klein, with the assistance of Tom Lusby in the pro shop, Scott Kotrc golf course super- intendent and all the great staff of Graeagle Meadows Golf Course for a truly fun day which was experienced by all who could participate. Gary Kinkley, the head ringleader, designed 18 unique holes that criss- crossed the golf course allow- ing grown men and women to hit golf shots in directions as we did when we were all much younger and had the course to ourselves on a warm summer late afternoon. Of course, at this tourna- ment there were 72 adults dri- ving golf carts every which way, competing for real prizes, so at times some of the facedowns, stand-offs, and boisterous heckling became really exciting. The men act- ed like wild boys (as usual) and the women just laughed and were pretty girls (as al- ways). This event will surely go down in the record book as the most fun and challenging of the season; it was a great way to end a marvelous golf season where there are al- ways happy faces to be seen on a beautiful golf course. At this tournament every- one was a winner, however, the low scramble score for the women was posted by Judy Porep-Lullo, Sharon Rogers, Priscilla Piper and Wanda Wideriksen, and for the men Randy Peterson, Jack Gilbert, John Grasso and Jim Reynolds posted the win. The low scramble winners in the annual Cross Country Golf Tournament at Graeagle Meldows are, from left: Randy Peterson, Jack Gilbert, John Grasso, Jim Reynolds, Judy Porep-Lullo, Sharon Rogers, Priscilla Piper and (not pictured) Wanda Wideriksen. Photo submitted \\; & !!i \\; 1/ All vehicles equipped with Toyota Star Safety System /* ..... 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It may seem a little late in the season to be fishing a grasshopper pattern since grasshoppers are most active in the warm midsummer days. But I have seen a few around recently. It is quite possible that while the trout may not be keying on grasshoppers, they will just find such a large tasty morsel too good to pass up. Lake Davis Average surface water tem- perature is in the high 40-de- gree range. Fishing continues to be very good according to the folks at J and J Grizzly Store and Camping Resort. You can give them a call at 283-0270 for the latest information or check their excellent website and current fishing report at Trollers are catching limits of fish. The reports indicate that the best bets for trolling lures are still the Wee Dick Nite Copper Red, Needlfish in Yellow Watermelon, or Red Dot Frog, and Sockeye Slam- mer Fire Tiger. For fly anglers, Jenkins Point up to Mosquito Slough has been producing the best Need help REP llllllllll If It's ing we can'll find someo can. CONSTRUCTION IlNCE I 1 General Building Contractor Calif. Lic. #453927 (530) 283-2035 results. The most productive flies include snail patterns, midges, and Woolly Buggers in black and cinnamon. Duck season opened Oct. 9, however the hunters are pret- ty much gone by 8 or 9 a.m. For bank anglers, Mallard Cove is best using night- crawlers or PowerBait. Lemon Twist Power ait was on fire over the last weekend. Rainbow is doing well also. Fish of 18 inches and more and several 4 plus have been caught at Mallard in the last few days. A few have been as large as four pounds. Coot Bay and Fairview are also do- ing well. Please stop by the store and tell them how you did and what you were using so we can share the information with your fellow anglers. Lake Almanor The fishing pressure at Lake Almanor is light, but the fishing remains hot. Trollers continue to do well. The East Shore and the west side of the Peninsula are still productive, although there is some indication that the pond smelt and the fish that follow them are more spread out and have shifted towards the West Shore to some degree. The lake has been planted several times this fall so there are many smaller fish. To find fish, watch for feeding birds and keep an eye on your sonar. The bigger news for A1- manor is the brown trout have moved into pre-spawn mode. This is the time of year to find large brown trout in shallow water as they move towards their spawning grounds. These fish are terri- torial and aggressive. Just remember they are get- ting ready to spawn. For the long term health of the A1- manor fishery, be sure to re- lease these fish carefully. If you are looking for table fare, look for the rainbows. Boating use on the lake is way down and the water level is following. Except for a few determined anglers, the boat- ing season is over. The Forest Service operates the two pub- lic boat ramps on the lake and both are scheduled for up- grades this winter, with fund- ing from the state Department of Boating and Waterways (who we fund with our boat li- cense fees). The largest project, begin- ning in late November, will be on the Canyon Dam Boat Launch Facility. The facility will be closed until Memorial Day to make improvements, such as widening of the launch ramp, adding a new boarding float, pavement re- pairs, and installing a new vault toilet building. This has a big impact on an- glers wanting to access the East Shore of the lake. The in- convenience will be worth the improved facility. The second project is at the Almanor Boat Launch and will have much less impact. Partial closures of the launch will allow completion of re- maining construction items that require a low lake level. | (