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January 20, 2010 FISHING REPORT News from Lake Cuyamaca Last Week&apos;s Results and This Week's Prognosis January 15, 2010 Warm weather this week has produced some good trout action, although Wednesday was cloudy and rainy. Junior Water Fowl Hunt is Saturday, February 7, 2010. Open to hunters 12 - 15 years of age!!! Send a 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 the drawing... WINTER HOURS Through - JANUARY 31, 2009 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 8AM-dPM Saturday 6AM-4:30PM Sunday 10:00 AM - 4:30 PM Wednesday LAKE is CLOSED Saturday February 7, 2010 - OPEN at 10AM Junior Waterfowl Hunt ! Best Bait: Power Bait, Rapalas. Night crawlers Notables: Mike Behnke of Escondido caught 2 trout weighing 4 pounds, the largest was 3 pounds on orange power bait. Jason Herald of Ramona caught a 3.7 pound 22 inch trout on green power bait at Pumphouse Cove. Pam Bates of San Marcos caught 3 trout, with the largest 4.3 pounds on a night crawler at the T-Dock. Ryan Quigley and JR Hororato of Orange County caught 10 trout with a total weight of 12.2 pounds. The largest was 4.1 pounds using a Fire Tiger Rapala at the Willows and Lone Pine. Jerry Emilo of San Diego caught a 5.7 pound trout on a night crawler on the shore south of the T-Dock. Mike Bensfeld of Chula Vista caught a 3.5 pound on,pink, and yellow power worms at Lone Pine. Bill Mace of Spring Valley caught 5 trout weighing a total of 8 pounds, the largest was 3.4 pounds using orange power worms at the Dike. Water fowl results: 10 Ruddy and 3 Mallards were taken in Wednesday's hunt. Nature Walk: The self guided walk is 3 1/2 miles around the lake. The trail is open for daily use. The free fishing class is held every Saturday at the launch ramp. Meet Ranger Charlie at 10:00 am. DECONTAMINATION WASH DOWN IS REQUIRED FOR ALL PRIVATE VESSELS BEFORE A .LAUNCH. Float tubes and waders must be washed down before using the Lake. There is a fee for the wash down. For further information or to make reservations for condos, cabins or camping, p/ease ca//877-581-9904. OPEN MONDAY - FRIDAY 8:3OAM TO 5PM START TALKING BEFORE THEY START DRINKING or cITII 1.800.729.6886 IqWB00Ts \\;" Cindy Brook "mS. ...... 11 Migration Mix i part thistle (nyjer) 1 part white millet 2 parts safflower seed All bases are covered with this simple mix. Put in a tube feed- er with a tray or toss on the ground for buntings, sparrows, finches and grosbeaks to enjoy. E-mail: birdingbits@cJLcora @ 2010 King Features Synd., Inc. The Julian News 11 S O L D ! RikeD'Y:::::':: Cel: 760-213-1185 Talk to me about other Great listings. Listed for $549,000. Email: Apple Junction RE Locally owned 25 years m Wooc00 tl J. @rant, natum]t What to do with... Road Kill With every life comes death, and when roads and highways came about, so did road kill. The highway is a place where many animal sightings occur, both dead and alive. The white line is a dangerous place for an animal to linger. Some of the rarely seen animals will even cross the road and be killed, the only Weasels I have ever seen in our area were road kill. Not the best way to encounter a rare species, but the chance to observe one none the less. Many animals are collected and used to study the anatomy, or to collect other data. What other uses do we have for our animals that are killed on the road. Of course the fresh carcass can be used to feed people, and is collected in some mountain states, butchered, and eaten in the form of school lunches(no you are not reading "as heard on the streets of julian"). This might not appeal to everyone but practicality, dictates the use and not waste of the deer or elks' life. So ground road kill for school children in Colorado, is one use, another is animal sanctuaries. These places will appreciate the donation of only fresh road kill, the local wolf sanctuary and bird of prey establishments are possibilities. Injured, but not dead animals can sometimes also be saved, look for sanctuaries that rehabilitate hawks, owls or eagles. Injured birds of prey can be handled by covering with a towel or shirt. Once the eyes are covered the bird will calm down, but watch for the talons, and wrap these up also. Some times baby animals that have been injured or orphaned can be nurtured and released. Look for experts that specialize in aiding sick or injured wild animals, experience with domestic animals will not be sufficient. It is always sad to see a dead hawk on the road, much less an eagle, these can be collected and given to Fish and Game. They will provide the body to a Native American from a waiting list compiled by U.S. Fish and Wildlife, and the feathers wings and talons will be used in ceremonial ways. It is illegal to possess any part of a Golden Eagle (unless Native American), so turn any dead eagle over immediately to authorities. So carry a good skinning knife in your car, you might see your new raccoon hat on the white line. An attractive bobcat slain might tempt you to pull over, I currently am looking for an unlucky Coyote, I need leg bones for a traditional gambling game, Peon. For those in the Pine Hills area, Turkey ala' Bumper is a great holiday meal, just speed up when the next flock crosses the road instead of slowing down. The earliest stopwatches were known as pulse watches. Made in the 1680s, they were used by doctors. JEAN ANDERSON Real Estate Broker #01281751 Borrego Vistas Realty (760) 500-7534 Cell (760) 765-2183 Fax Web Site: Emaih Independent Real Estate Broker serving Borrego Springs & Shelter Valley. Contact me for an appointment to view  homes or land in these areas. Check my website for Borrego Springs listings. 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How Technology Can Boost:StUdent A6hi6vement  (NAPSA}--Parents and educa- tors agree students need to develop learning skills that help them think critically, analyze information, communicate, collab- orate and problem-solve. Turn To Technology Technology plays an essential role in realizing these learning skills in today's knowledge-based society. Consuming, processing and, learning from media in many forms simultaneously is how today's tech- savvy students function. For more than six hours per day--eight when you count exposure to multi- ple forms of media at the same time--students consume media, the Kaiser Family Foundation found. Building information and communication technology literacy means this country can better com- pete in a global marketplace. For- tunately, according to the National Center for Education Statistics, just about every school in the U.S. with access to computers has Inter- net access. Schools Have The Answers What's more, most schools in America today can turn to a scien- tifically proven, standards-based digital media service that empow- ers teachers to improve student achievement. This powerful, dynamic and engaging digital resource can sup- plement--even replace--tradi- tional textbooks. Called Discovery Education streaming, it enhances curriculum with up to 9,000 videos and 71,000 high-quality digital video clips, as well as arti- cles, images and more. Searchable by keyword, content area and grade level, these videos and other digital assets are easily integrated into school curricula. Studies And Students Research by Cometrika, an independent research firm, and Dr. Frank Boster, a professor at Many schools are turning to edu- cational videos and other com- puter media to boost learning and test scores. Michigan State University, found the more this digital learning tool is used, the higher students score on achievement tests, especially for younger students. "My analyses indicate that Dis- covery Education streaming posi- tively affected achievement scores," said D: Bostet: "The impact that this digital media service had on every level of student achievement was statistically significant." Dis- covery Education is a division of Discovery Communications, whose networks include Discovery Chan- nel, Science Channel and Animal Planet. What's Next? Classrooms are moving from textbooks to digital content that features up-to-date, standards- based videos, virtual labs, simula- tions, e-books and text passages. Leading this shift are such digital resources as the Discovery Educa- tion Science--Elementary and Middle School solutions, which, according to Kelli Campbell, Dis- covery Education senior vice pres- ident, "are poised to replace tradi- tional textbooks as the primary instructional tool to engage stu- dents in learning." You can learn more online at ,' :.. 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