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February 3, 2010 FISHING REPORT News from Lake Cuyamaca Last Week's Results and This Week's Prognosis Greetings From Lake Cuyamaca The tackle shop hours for the month of February are as follows: Monday thru Friday 8:00AM to 4:00 PM Saturday and Sunday 6:00AM to 5:00PM Saturday, February 6, 2010 the tackle shop opens at 10:00 AM! We have a winter special for a motor boat rental. The cost is $25.00 for the entire day/ Best Baits: Power Bait and Night crawlers Notables: Jaime Kane of San Diego caught a 4.2 pound trout and 25 crappie on power bait and night crawlers at Lone Pine. Mark Palmer of Alpine caught a 4.6 pound trout on Salmon Float Bait at Herron Point. James Saloufakos of El Cajon caught of 5.2 pound trout on Rainbow Power Bait at Lone Pine. Samantha Maddox, 12 years old, from Poway caught her first fish, a 1 pound trout on Green Power Bait at Chambers Park. Brian Ruegg of Lakeside caught a 7 pound trout with a 3 foot leader, using Power Bait at the Handicap dock. Water fowl results: There was a mixture of ruddy's, mallard's and spoony's taken in the last couple of duck hunts. The FREE FISHING class is hem every Saturday at the launch ramp. Meet Ranger Char/ie at 10:00 AM The Decontamination Wash Down Is Required For AII Private Vessels And Motors Before A Launch. Also, 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, please ca//877-581-9904. Personal Preparedness Rewarded With A Free Pizza OES Teams Up With Papa John's Pizza to Urge Res,dents to Register for AlertSanDiego Prepare your family for the next disaster by registering your cell phone with AlertSanDiego, and Papa John's will reward you with a free pizza. Papa John's is partnering with the County Office of Emergency Services to encourage registration by mailing a coupon for a free medium, one-topping pizza to the first 500 people who sign up in February. Are you Ready? You can register your phone number at www. ReadySanDiego.org. There is no cost to register. The information remains secure and is only used in an emergency situation to help get critical information to the public in a timely manner. Currently, more than 175,000 residents are registered for AlertSanDiego. OPEN MONDAY- FRIDAY 8:00AM TO 5PM BY r Cindy Brook Use What You Have Feeding backyard birds doesnt have to cost a lot of money. Pie tins, paper plates or any shallow dish that holds bird- seed will do. Its really the food hat counts, not the feeder. Start with white mi!let or safflower seed. You ll have good results with either one. [ E-maih birdingbits@cfl.com @ 2010 King Features Synd., Inc. The Julian News 11 S O LD ! "'=",,Do;::::::: Ceh 760-213.1185 Talk to me about other Great listings. Listed for $549,000. EmoiL" Rick@Ju lian REO.com Apple Tree Realty Broker," 00571248 Local Student Selected To Attend The National Student Leadership Conference Students Will Attend Conference Providing Career Based Leadership Developmeni For Outstanding High School Students Hailey Crowe (Julian, CA), class of 2012, has been selected to participate in the National Student Leadership Conference (NSLC), on International Diplomacy this summer at American University. During the conference, Hailey will attend specialized workshops and classes designed to develop the skills and traits that define a leader. Leading professionals and professors from top colleges facilitate the programs and engage the students in hands-on activities that provide students with a day-in-the-life understanding of a prospective career. Trips and tours also enhance the student's experience, by tailoring them to their specific conference. Hailey will also have the opportunity to meet with and learn from recognized leaders. Past special guest speakers have included: Secretary of Education Rod Paige: U.S. Surgeon General Richard Carmona; Secretary of Defense Robert Gates; CIA Director Michael Hayden; Secretary of Veterans Affairs James Nicholson; Supreme Court Justices Anthony Kennedy, David Souter and Sandra Day O'Connor; as well as U.S. Senators, U.S. Representatives, Governors, Ambassadors and leaders in the fields of medicine, business, engineering, diplomacy, law, politics, journalism and the arts. This year, thousands of high school students from across the United States and around the world will find themselves immersed in a learning environment unlike any they have ever experienced. These young leaders spend time with other high-achieving students who share the same drive to succeed. Then they will return to their schools with increased potential and newly developed abilities that will enable them to make a positive difference in their communities. "Students develop a sense of independence and responsibility," said Dr. Paul M. Lisnek, NSLC Leadership Professor and former Assistant Dean of Loyola wi l Grant rtumt Heating With Wood - part 2 Winter demands a source of heat to warm ourselves by, and wood does a good job. Dry, seasoned wood is the most preferred. Kindling is a necessity to get a good fire started, small pieces of wood work great. If you have access to cedar bark, it will start a fire like nothing else. Wet wood can be burned on an existing bed of coals, the energy it takes to vaporize the moisture takes away from the heat, but it will burn slowly. Willow is a good wood to burn in combination with a denser wood. Cottonwood will burn right after it is cut down, this is a great emergency fuel source, it does not need to be dried. Anyone who has burned cottonwood will notice the absence of smoke, cottonwood produces very little smoke. Apple trees make great firewood, even better to smoke meats with. In Julian there are plenty of old orchards from which wood can be gathered. After the Cedar fire, Manzanita became plentiful as a fuel wood, this burns hot, but needs to be mixed with other wood to burn economically. Cedar is great for a fire and does not produce as much pitch as pine. Of all the species of pine on our mountain, Coulter is the most frequently burned for heat. All of the pine species even the non native species burn hot and fast. Our local Fir trees also act the same as pine when burnt. As the last few forest fires have shown us, all the scrub is burnable, this includes scrub oak, mountain mahogany, lilac, and the rest of the mess. Nowwe move on to the wood you can buy down the hill, eucalyptus , avocado, and citrus. First we will start with the citrus, this wood is elite, good heat, very little smoke, and aromatic. Avocado is next, this wood is a dream to cut, so easy, with very little wear on the chain of the saw. Avocado will split like a butter cupcake, just drop the maul, and done. Eucalyptus is a hard wood, and acts like one, seasoning takes longer than oak. The moisture can be seasoned out, but the volatile oils stay, acting like pine resins in your flue. This is the most difficult wood to split by hand, a wood splitter is necessary. The most important thing is to have a good supply of dry, seasoned wood at the ready. This should be stacked and covered, seasoned wood will be unburnable after being drenched by a good rain. As with all commodities, the less shipping the better the price, so buying wood down the hill to be delivered here will cost you. The extra cost is 30 to 50 percent more, the wood peddlers have to charge more for the ride. All the good wood comes from our mountains, why pay more to have it hauled down the hill and back up. This time of year the mountains are crawling with scouts from non local wood sellers. They come up here to find the only source of oak and pine in San Diego county, and they pay the going rate for firewood, only to charge double to bring it back up to you. Law. "They leave with a true feeling of accomplishment and confidence in their ability to handle the challenges that lie ahead." The National Student Leadership Conference is entering its 21st summer, continuing with a mission: Identify and recognize outstanding young leaders from around the world, and provide them with a unique learning environment that encourages not only academic achievement, but also diversity, cooperation, and social responsibility. The NSLC was established in 1989 and offers leadership conferences to high school University Chicago School of students from around the world. 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JUST LISTED 3 Manufactured homes in popular Butterfield Ranch Resort. 2BR/IBA, est. 744 sq. ft., $49,900. 3BR/2BA, est. 1178 sq. ft., furniture negotiable, $59,900. 3BR/2BA, double wide, est. 1228 sq. ft., $79,900. Each sits on a very nice lot. Park amenities include, pools, spa, playground, convenience store, horse facilities This Home Is A Steal! Just Reduced Amazing Views 2,725 sq ft. 3 large bedroom suites, each Built in 2004. i | l Entertainer's  | kitchen fully !! equipped i1 l/l with the finest . / appliances. This home has all the high-tech bells and whistles including a detached hobby room. Listed at $529,000. http.'//31911akeview. WillSellQuick.com HEALTH SERVICES 6.Bed Furl Service Hospice & "'=--  Dementia Case by Case License :::Sltllll,lr Cclll'J' ' #374601019 SUNCREST LODGE 34540 Engineem Road and Highway 79 (760) 765-0065 Homeopathic consultations Children's holistic health  Hollow Glen Rd.,J,l, Opt. Mo,. ,J Wd. 9 -,,- p,. 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