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January 14, 2009 FISHING REPORT News from Lake Cuyamaca Last Week's Results and This Week's Prognosis January 11, 2009 Winter Greetings from Lake Cuyamaca: DFG stocked 3,000 Ibs of trout from the Fillmore hatchery last week along with 1,300 Ibs from Mojave to add to the inventory. These were a mixed Size loads with some nice keepers The bait bite is steady for trout. Some action trolling out of the wind. Use scent as the inflow of water and high winds has visibility very poor. Junior Water Fowl Hunt is Saturday Feb 7, 2009. Open to hunters 12-15 years of age Send post card with Name, Age, Hunting License number, Address and Phone number, to : Lake Cuyamaca Jr. Water Fowl Hunt, 15027 Hwy 79, Julian Ca, 92036. to be entered in drawing... WINTER HOURS Through JANUARY 31, 2009 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 8AM-4PM Saturday 6AM-4:3OPM. Sunday 10:00 A.M.- 4:30PM Wednesday LAKE is CLOSED Trout Bait: 12-16"inch leader, night crawler smeared with scent fished below a bobber, or Power Bait fished off the bottom. (Pautzkes Krill gel or liquid Krill scent) Best Trout Lures: Orange Rapala, Gold Panther Martin. Use scent (Krill gel works best) Best Trout Spots: Lone Pine, Dike, Chambers Park, Trolling entire lake. Notable: James Abytn, Chula Vista, 41bs 8oz Rainbow, Power bait Lone Pine. Edger Molina, Lake Forest, 41bs 8oz Trout, Salmon Egg, Lone Pine. Don Wallis, San Diego, 41bs 8oz Rainbow, Inflated Night Crawler, Lone Pine. Barney Mead, Santee, 41bs Rainbow, orange power bait, Lone Pine. Phyllis Bunch, La Mesa, 31bs Rainbow, pink&white power bait, Dike. Clarence Bunch, La Mesa, 31bs Rainbow, pink&white power bait, Dike.( limits of trout common) Fly Fishing: Try a Matuka or a Wolly Bugger worked slow on the fall. Nature Walk: The self guided walk is 3 1/2 miles around the lake. The trail is open for daily use. Free Fishing Class Saturday at 10:AM: Ranger Willard will teach cold water Trout tactics Prognosis:!! With all the additional trout stocked! Thank You D.F.G. warming weather and calm winds will have the trout action producing limit style action. Use bait with scent close to shore, open bail and let them take it. Trolling just off shore lines (30 to 50 yards) with Rapala's or Panther Martins will provide some great action. Lots of feed from runoff and recently flooded shore line. Water temp 44-48 deg. Water Fowl results: (7) Mallard (1) Pintail, (5) Widgeon, (1) Redhead, (4) Ruddy THE DECONTAMINATION WASH DOWN IS REQUIRED for aft PRIVATE VESSELS BEFORE LAUNCH. A fee is charged. (boats, motors, float tubs, waders) More details under boat wash down. For more information: toll free (877) 581-9904, Fax (760) 765- 1749 Recommended Readina "The Man Who Owns the News: Inside the Secret World of Rupert Murdoch" by Michael Wolff (Broadway Books, $29.95) Reviewed by Larry Cox Rupert Murdoch, head of News Corp., the $70 billion global media conglomerate, was asked during the recent U.S. presidential campaign if he had a preference between the two candidates. He didn't hesitate for a second before answering Barack Obama. He then added that Obama was his pick because his election would sell more newspapers. In a fascinating new biography, it is clear that even though Murdoch is involved with numerous enterprises, including both international magazine publications and network TV, he is first and foremost a newspaperman. When Michael Wolff, a columnist for Vanity Fair and a two-time National Magazine Award winner, approached Murdoch to discuss the possibility of a book, he did so with caution. He was amazed when Murdoch agreed to cooperate and even more so when the mogul granted unprecedented access that included nearly 50 hours of one- on-one interviews conducted over a nine-month period. In addition to Murdoch's help, Wolff also received help from other family members including his four children, his current and former wives,and even his 99- year-old mother, Dame Elizabeth Murdoch. The result is a deliciously written biography that reveals a wickedly astute portrait of a man who, even at the age of 77, shows no signs of slowing down or retiring. How did this Australian who came into the publishing business as an outsider build such a global media empire that includes more than 100 newspapers, the Fox movie studio and television networks, satellite TV systems in Europe and Asia, the book imprint Harper-Collins, and MySpace? According to Wolff, Murdoch achieved most of his major goals because he is focused and sees no middle ground, no compromise and no ambivalence when it comes to getting what he wants. One of his more intriguing goals was his acquisition of Dow Jones in 2007. How he teamed up with Dow Jones CEO Richard Zannino to wrest Dow Jones and the Wall Street Journal from the Bancroft family underscores his incredible determination. After adding the Bancroft holdings to his brand, there appears to be just one prize he has yet to acquire: The New York Times. Written in a breezy, irresistible style, Wolff serves up a narrative that has all of the drama and unexpected twists and turns of a novel. Even though Murdoch has reached an age when most ,#__l , =,'. people think of retirement, he YffO.00.' eta  remains at the top of his game. OUTDOOR TIPS Many also believe that there are still chapters of his colorful life OPEN MONDAY - FRIDAY 8:30AM TO 5PM NEVER .qd, lUT TgE ACllON WITH BARREL POINTING AT ANYTHINE; i, IOT INTENDED TO IE 91tOT yet to unfold. (c)2009 King Features Synd., Inc.  Cfndy Brook American Robins If you live in Connecticut, Michigan or Wisconsin, this is your state bird. Robins spend much of the ranter digging for worms and eating fruit: Attract them to your yard by putting raisins, berries or . chopped apples on ground feeders. Let's help robins during the winter so they can bring us spring.  2UO9 KitJ Fedes Syndicate, k. 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