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2C Wednesday, Nov. 28,200; Lake Davis Fishing pressure has been light, with fishing rated as good for most anglers. The lake surface water tempera- ture on Saturday, Nov. 17, was 47 degrees. Limits to near limits are the rule. Rainbows from 12-20 inches make up the average catch. From this time on, fishing success will depend upon winter weather conditions. Shore: Rated good. Limits or near limits are the rule for experienced anglers. Buzz Miller, from Graeagle, was back at Dollard's by 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 15, with a limit of fat rainbows, weigh- ing up to 3 pounds. Miller was fishing with PowerBait and worms at Jenkins Cove. A spin fisherman caught his limit at Catfish Cove on Nov. 15, casting a spinner. The best areas are Camp Five, Jenkins Point and Fairview. Baits of choice are PowerBait and crawlers• Boats: Rated good to excel- lent. Ed Mamola and his three friends'from Santa Clara fished Nov. 14-15. They landed 20 fish each day, fish- ing PowerBait off the bottom in the Camp Five area. Trolling has been good for those anglers using dodgers and worms. Success has come when top lining or us- ing one color of lead core line. Fly-fishing: Fair to good results are coming to fly tossers and tubers who are fishing tile west side from Catfish Cove to Mosquito Slough, Bob Benoit, from San Jose, landed six rainbows in 2-1/2 hours on Nov. 13. Benoit was 'fishing Catfish Cove and us- ing a beachhead olive crystal bugger. Glen Fair and Dave Sthal caught and released 11 fish on Saturday, Nov. 17. They were using the J. Fair wiggly tail nyral h and a cinnamon beachhea l ttal bugger. Frenchman Lake Nice limits of rainbows have been taken by many fishermen lately. The aver- age size has been 12-16 inch- es. Bank fishing has been good, using various colors of PowerBait or worms. Try fishing from the shore at the dam, and also at Turkey Point and Snallygaster. 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Persons scored on a four-yard touchdown run with five minutes remaining. Enterprise threatened with a drive of their own, but it was left to Ben Baker and Taylor Polan to put the fin- ishing touch on an improba- ble season. Baker's sack at Lassen's 24- yard line forced a third-and- 21, and from there, Enter- prise quarterback C.J. Blanc tossed two incompletions with Polan slapping down the pass, giving Lassen its second-ever and first section title since 1984. "I can't explain how good it feels," Lassen head coach Tom St. Jacques said. "I'm still soaking it in. It's hard to win these things. It's unbe- lievable. '"I'm so happy for the kids and everyone who helped this program. We're glad to bring a title to this community." Baker, a defensive end, had the game of his life. The ju- nior recovered two fumbles, had a sack, scored the fi -st touchdown of the game on a nine-yard fumble recovery and had a touchdown called back because of a penalty• "I'm just glad to have helped the team get this far. It's pretty exciting," Baker said. "We had a lot of things happen during the season and we had to work hard to overcome them. I'm just proud to be a part of it." Pass interference nullified Baker's 20-yard touchdown catch near the end of the first haft and Mitch a 20-yard field goal right, making it time. After Baker's Enterprise's BrodY kicked a 29-yard Then, the Hornets second half by down the field on with Ben Jesson two-yard run to prise ahead 10-7. Then St. Jacques play he had been On fourth net's 37-yard faked a punt with going to upback ajski, giving it to Daniel Jimenez legs, who had to tackler before yards for a "When I was at won a league title play," St. Jacques we beat Pan play in my first Lassen)." 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