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March 25, 2009 FISHING REPORT News from Lake Cuyamaca Last Week's Results and This Week's Prognosis Greeting from Lake Cuyamaca. The Spring weather is still here and we are enjoying all the sights and sounds. The Bald Eagles are giving their daily performance. Don't know how much longer they plan on being here so while you are out on the lake catching fish, look up now and then. Fishing has The Julian News 9 Bank Owned & Great Deals! For photo gallery go to: 4Bd 2Ba, 1,840 sq.ft, 1.9 acres, Large trees $212,000. NEW CUSTOM HOME! May be ELIGIBLE FOR $18,000. in Rustic Cabin 1,000 sq.ft. 2Bd 1Ba + STATE & FEDERAL TAX CREDIT... loft, secluded forestry land $139,000. 2Bd, 2Ba, 1500 sq.ft..38Acre basement, deck fenced yard views! $249k-299k 3Bd,2Ba 1500sqfi .25Ac wrap-around ~ Rick Dyer, ==gent deck, fireplace, two car garage, gated 3bd, lba, newer windows ' frontyard. $189,900. ~ Apple Junction RE wood burning stove, park-like setting _,~ wrap-around deck fencing. $139,900. 4Bd 3.5Ba~fk2'~ ..... 5Ac Granite Locally owned 2S years .. pantry, ~1~,,zebo, deck, $430,000. Off: 760-765-1111 Listings ~ourtesy of" Apple Junction RE, Prudential G.D Mitehel, Turning Leaf Re~Max, Tri-Coast, Cel: 760-213-1185 American Eagle, San Diego Realty. Information in this ad deemed correct but not guaranteed. ................................................................................... Emaih Rick@JulianREO,com 1344 sq.ft. 3 BEDROOM 1 BATH- on 1 acre bonus room off the kitchen, dining room, walk in indoor laundry, 22x12 rear deck plus 12x12 $85,001. of land closets, porch. been excellant. Lots of limits and one big bass. WE ARE NOW OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK AT 6 AM. CLOSING TIME VARIES ACCORDING TO SUNSET Trout Bait: Orange Power Bait, Rainbow Power Bait and Nightcrawlers with added scent. Best Spots: Buoy Line, pretty much all over North Shore. Best Lures: Orange Rapala, Yellow Rooster Tail. Dipped in scent. Notable: March 16, Flea of Descanso, took a limit of Rainbows, largest was 2 pounds. On the 19th, Flea was back and got another limit of Trout. And, at the South Buoy Line, hooked a 10 pound Bass with Rainbow Power Bait. The Bass had a 6 inch trout in his stomach. Not a bad day of fishing. Terry Thomas, unknown city, hooked a 5 1/2 pound trout on orange Power Bait at Lone Pine. John and Isaac Baay of Julian hooked a 5 pound Rainbow on chartruse Power Bait at Lone Pine. David Brown and sons from San Diego got a 15 pound limit of trout. Largest was 4 1/2 pounder at the No. Finger Jetty. Limits were also taken by Jason Herriott and his wife of Julian, Josh Wesolowski, and Fifth Annual Julian Daffodil Show- March 14 and 15, 2009 Class 11st - Clara Brown & Roger Minx 2nd - Anita Nichols 3rd ~ Bobbi Zane Class 1-3 1st - Jesus Vazquez 2rid ~ Carol Jacklin 3rd - Bobbi Zane ,Class 2 1st - Sally Snipes 2nd - Sally Snipes Class 2-3 1st ~ Diana Garrett Class 3 1st ~ Laurel Granquist 2nd ~ Carol Jacklin 3rd ~ Laurel Granquist Class 3-3 1st ~ Chris Christianson 2nd ~ Frankie Read 3rd ~ Frankie Read Class 41st ~ Avalon Magnolia Nichols 2nd - Ken Wright 3rd ~ Diana Garrett Class 4-3 1st - (no name on entry form) Class 5 1st ~ Virginia Felix 2nd ~ Anita Nichols 3rd ~ Virginia Felix Class 5-3 1st ~ Fieldstone Farm 2nd ~ Nell Kruske Class 8 1st ~ Bobbi Zane 2nd ~ Jill Corlew 3rd ~ Ken Wright Class 8-3 1st ~ Mary Lou Jones 2nd ~ Carol Jacklin 3rd ~ Arlene Smith Class 9-3 2nd ~ Diana Garrett Class 14 1st ~ Linda Ybarra Awards List Class 30 1st ~ Arlene Smith Best-In-Show Three Stems 2nd ~Arlene Smith Miniature (Daffodil photo by Class 31 1st ~ Laurel Granquist Scott McKay) 2nd .- Anne Garcia ~ Sally Snipes (for her entry in 3rd - Arlene Smith Class 38-3) Class 32 2nd - Nell Kruske Best-In-Show Trumpet/Cup Class35 lst~LaurelGranquist (Gift Certificate from Soups & 2nd ~ Laurel Granquist Such Cafe) Class Y29 1st ~ Jenn Lewis Class Y31 1st ~ Maykenzey Raines 2nd ~ Maykenzey Raines Class Y32 1st ~ Ethan Elisara Grand Prizes Sweepstakes (Gift Certificate from Mom's Pies) ~ Ethan Elizara (for most ribbons awarded) Sweepstakes Runner-Up (Daffodil photo by Scott McKay) ~ Maykenzey Raines Best-In-Show Youth (Daffodil photo by Scott McKay) ~ Maykenzey Raines (for her entry in Class Y4) Best-In-Show Youth Runner- Up (Daffodil photo by Scott McKay) ~ Lizzie Newgard (for her entry in Class Y12) Best-In-Show Trumpet Youth (Daffodil photo by Scott McKay) ~ Ethan Elizara (for his entry in Class Y1) Best-In-Show Multi-Floretted Youth (Daffodil photo by Scott McKay) ~ Maykenzey Raines (for her entry in Class Y31) OUTDOOR TIPS Bruce Bickill of San Diego. Jess Ranch will be stocking 1,200 pounds of Rainbow Trout this week. Free Fishing Class Saturdays at 10 AM. Meet Charlie or Michael at the Launch Ramp. Check on the availability of our lovely Lakeview Condos. The perfect getaway. And we allow your well behaved pet. The Decontamination Wash Down Is Required For AII Private Vessels Before Launch. A Fee Is Charged. For More Info Call Toll Free (877) 581-9904 Cindy Brook Feather Bedding Help birds line their nests with soft stuff by providing string, twine, yarn, (clean) dog hair or dryer lint. Hang these items in tree branches where birds hang out, or scatter them on the ground. They'll be easy for birds to spot and provide extra insulation for new hatchlings. E-mail: birdingbits@cfl.~com 2009 King Features Syndicate, Inc. Class 14-3 1st ~ Edie Seger 3rd ~ Laurel Granquist ~ Clara Brown & Roger Minx Class 15 1st ~ Linda Ybarra Class 35-3 2nd ~ Mary Lou Jones (for their entry in Class 1)Senior Residential Care 2nd ~ Arlene Smith Class 35B 1st ~ Anne Garcia Best-In-Show Multi-Floretted 3rd ~ Ken Wright 2nd - Nell Kruske (Gift Certificate from Kathy's S.Bed i Honorable Mention - Sally Snipes 3rd ~ Nell Kruske Dress Shop) I F,, ,.ioo I Class 18 1st ~ Carol Jacklin Class 36 1st -- Diane Verdu9o ,~ -- Laurel Granquist (for her I '-JE.~~E'~ ~.~-~'"-_~ | 2nd - Laurel Granquist ": :" CJass 37 1st% La~y Boweh ~nt(y in Class 31) Class 17 1st- Anne Garcia 2nd ~ Larry Bowen Best-In-Show Double (Vase I ~~,~a~e I 2nd ~ JoAnn Bernard 3rd ~ Larry Bowen from Oakwood Creek) SQnlof =r,z ' ~3746o~o~9 3rd ~ JoAnn Bernard Class 38 3rd ~ Carol Jacklin Class 17-3 1st ~ JoAnn Bernard Class 38-3 1st ~ Sally Snipes 2nd - JoAnn Bernard Grand Prizes Class 17B 1st ~ Anita Nichols Sweepstakes (Dinner for two 2nd ~ Anita Nichols at Orchard Hill Country Inn) 3rd~DianaGarrett ~ Carol Jacklin (for most Class 17C 3rd ~ Sally Snipes ribbons awarded) Class 19 1st - Carol Jacklin Sweepstakes Runner-Up (Tea Class 22 1st ~ JoAnn Bernard for Two at Julian Tea & Cottage 2nd ~ Laurel Granquist Arts) 3rd ~ Carol Jacklin ~ Laurel Granquist Class 22-3 1st ~ Diana Garrett Best-In-Show (Gift Certificate 2nd ~ Laurel Granquist from The Blue Heron) 3rd ~ Arlene Smith - Clara Brown & Roger Minx Class 22B 2nd ~ Sally Snipes (for their entry in Class 1) Class 22B-3 1st ~ Diana Garrett Best-In-Show Runner-Up (Gift 2nd ~ Sally Snipes Card from Romano's Dodge 3rd ~ Larry Bowen House Class 23-3 1st ~ Sally Snipes Ristorante) 2nd - Sally Snipes - Avalon Magnolia Nichols (for Class 24 1st ~ Carol Jacklin her entry in Class 4) 2nd - Larry Bowen Best-In-Show Three Stems 3rd ~ Paula Hackman (Brunch for two at Orchard Hill Class 24-3 1st -Carol Jacklin Country Inn) 2nd ~ Carol Jacklin ~ Edie Seger (for her entry in Class 29 1st- Laurel Granquist Class 14-3) 2nd ~ Larry Bowen Best-In-Show Miniature (Bottle 3rd ~ Sally Snipes of wine from Menghini Winery) Class 29-3 1st - Sally Snipes ~ Diane Verdugo (for her entry 2nd ~ Carol Jacklin in Class 36) -- Anita Nichols (for her entry in Class 17B) Best-In-Show Pink (Daffodil Garden Flag from The Birdwatcher) ~ Anita Nichols (for her entry in Class 17B) Most Unusual (Lou Buck from Julian Coffee House) ~ Gillian & Tom Gillholl (for their unusually tall entry) Youth Division Class Y1 1st ~ Ethan Elisara 2nd - Maykenzey Raines Class Y3 2nd - Nalaley Raines Class Y4 1st ~ Maykenzey Raines 2nd ~ Nalaley Raines 3rd ~ Nalaley Raines Honorable Mention ~" Ethan Elizara Class Y5 2nd ~ Lizzie Newgard 3rd ~ Erica Heistand Class Y8 1st - Ethan Elisara 2nd ~ Katie Huggins 3rd ~ Dylan Nichols Class Y8B 2nd - Ethan Elisara Class Y12 1st - Lizzie Newgard Class Y22 1st ~ Ethan Elisara 3rd ~ River Raines SUNCREST LODGE 34540 Engineers Road and Highway 79 (760) 765-0065 Massage Therapy Same We 93't MAIN STREET, JULIAN COKNEI OF MAIN AND C STI EETS 760-765-0192 WWW.JULIANPKOPEKTIES.COM have infomation on all homes av lable in the Julian area. 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