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April 7, 2010 FISHING REPORT News from Lake Cuyamaca Last Week's Results and This Week's Prognosis THE TACKLE SHOP IS OPEN EVERY DAY 6:00AM TO 6:00PM Mt. Lassen Delivered Trophy Trout This Week ' The weather is beautiful, after a Small amount of snow yesterday. The trees are starting to leaf out and everything is turning green. Notables: Elizabeth of San Diego, age 9, caught a 1.5 pound trout using a night crawler at the Fox Hole. Teddy Conley, age 15 of Lakeside, caught a 4.3 pound trout using power worms and power bait at the Willows. Roger Waltman of Yuma AZ, caught a 4.15 pound trout using Rainbow Power Bait from the shore at Heron Point. Kieran Park Bozner of Spring Valley and his grandpa, .Allen William caught their limit of trout using night crawlers and Rainbow Power bait at Pumphouse cove and the shore. Laird Dranes of St Paul MN. caught his limit of trout with the largest weighing 5.5 pounds using Rainbow power bait at Pumphouse Cove. Barney Mead of Santee caught a 6.1 pound trout using a gold Kastmaster and Green power bait at Lone Pine. James Toth, Alex Hovath Jr and Alex Hovath Sr from San Diego and Canada caught their limit of trout, the largest weighing 6.5 pounds using worms with scent at Pumphouse Cove. Lucas Schreiner, age 11 and Logan Schreiner age 9, of El Cajon caught 2 trout weighing a total of 10 pounds using green Power Bait at Pumphouse Cove. Joel and Willie Lamont of Vista caught 10 trout weighing a total of 6.5 pounds using Rainbow power bait at Pumphouse Cove` in just 3 hours. There is a free fishing class every Saturday at the Launch Ramp. Meet Ranger Charlie at 10:00 AM The Decontamination Wash Down Is Required For All 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. Windows That Offer Comfort And Savings (NAPSA)--Installing high-per- formance ~4ndows can mean more comfort and convenience--as well as savings when it comes to energy bills and taxes. The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) pro- vides a tax credit of 30 percent of the cost of qualifying windows up to $1,500. To qualify for the ARRA tax credit, which expires at the end of 2010, windows must meet certain The federal government's tax credit on high-performance win- dows can add to a homeowner's energy savings. requirements. Check with your window provider or the IRS to confirm eligibility. To maximize energy savings, look for high-performance models labeled as Envirosealed Windows. These windows use nonmetal spacers that offer the warmest edge of glass temperature for a more comfortable home interior. Experts say triple-pane win- dows with low-emissivity (low-e) glass, insulated frames and argon or krypton gas filling provide the best performance. For more information, visit The Julian News 11 WEEKEND ESCAPE * SCENIC VIEWS On a very nice .28 acre lot in Whispering Pines, 848 sq.ft.; 2BD, 1BA, detached two car garage, large private patio off kitchen, Large living room, Custom made stone outdoor barbeque, Beautiful gazebo to enjoy views and sunsets; plus, terraced planters for your vegetable garden. Colorful flowers & mature trees adorn property. Priced to sell now $169,000. GEODESIC HOME Panoramic Views Overlooking Lake Cuyamaca Estate Sale... Heirs have never lived in this home. They are motivated to sell. 1,213 sq.ft. 2bd lba, bedroom, Jarqe dininq & livin room, detached 2 car qaraqe. Brinc all offers $349,000. huge loft/2 Apple Tree Realty and Polo Properties are affiliated residential Real Estate Brokerage companies' license #00571248 IN BUSINESS OVER 33 YEARS. For More Photos & !nfo. Go To: Off: (760) 765-1111 Cel: (760) 213-1185 Rick Dyer Email: Rick@J #0i419334 P.O. Box 484, Julian CA 92036 DESIGNER GRANITE HOUSE Amazing and beautiful Granite features are on display in this remarkable home. Owner is considered possibly the finest Granite craftsman/artist in San Diego. 1,426 sq.ft. 3BD, 2BA, + Laundry/4th bedroom, 2 wells, .87 acres. Detached t,400 sq.ft workshop or possible Granny fiat, with 16' ceilings! Jenn-Air Appliances, Walk-In Pantry, Knotty Alder Cabinets, Exotic 4'x8' Granite Island & Kitchen Countertops, Custom Granite Sinks, Granite Garden Window, Granite Bathrooms & Travertine Floors, Granite Window Surrounds, Granite Showers in Both Baths, Granite Jacuzzi Tub, Walk-In Closets. AIt rooms have custom ceiling fans. Enjoy the 3 covered porches, numerous fruit trees includes: Pear, Plum, Apple, Nectarine, Peach & Apricot. Offered at $424,000. = ! !!ili!ii iliii~il Celebrate Earth Day With A Free Night Of Camping Eight Camp.grounds.Offer a Variety of Recreational Act,vities: H,king, Fishing, or Pools The County of San Diego Department of Parks and Recreation invites the public to kick off Earth Day on April 22 by camping for free for one night at one of its eight camping parks. "What better way to celebrate Earth Day than by getting outdoors?" said Brian Albright, Director of County of San Diego Department of Parks and Recreation. "Our campgrounds are places where nature converges with fresh air, clean water and beautiful landscapes, and on Earth Day it's all free." The campgrounds will host Earth Day events and activities. Locations include: Agua Caliente in the Anza Borrego Desert: A popular location in the winter due to it hot springs which feed two outdoor and one indoor pool. Wildflowers will be bursting with color April to May. Dos Picas in Ramona: Sheltered by steep, boulder-strewn mountains and ancient oak groves, this park offers a variety of ranger- led programs, including rock painting, nature hikes and fishing. Guajome in Oceanside: Just minutes from the ocean, it features a small lake, miles of hiking trails and the historic Rancho Guajome Adobe, offering insight into life in the area in the 1800s. Lake Morena in Campo: Features fishing, boating and hiking along the Pacific Coast Trail. Potrero in Potrero: Quiet solitude best describes this park, but it's also near some adventurous places such as historic Campo and the Mexican town of Tecate. Sweetwater Summit in Bonita: Offers miles of trails for hikers, bikers and horseback riders as well as spectacular views of the Sweetwater Valley. Vallecito in the Anza Borrego Desert: Site of the reconstructed sod Butterfield Stage Station. William Heise in Julian: Peaceful mountain meadows provide the setting for miles of trails. 1. Offer is valid for the night of April 22, 2010 only. 2. Offer applies to campsite fees only. All other fees are non-applicable. 3. Can not be combined with any other offer. 4. Offer is non-refundable and can not be redeemed for cash, credit or refunds. 5. Offer applies to individual campsites only. 6. Subject to availability and is offered on a first come first serve basis. 7. Reservations can be made in person, online or by phone. Advanced reservation is encouraged. For more information and promotion details, visit Using this plant in medicinal treatments was once so popular that French pharmacists painted its image on their doorposts. American colonists ........ treated whooping cough by Oll:SlrOOll: ....... -.,w, ._ wrapping otanKets soaKea .A with its essence around the ill. The plant can be found in abundance around river banks and I fY watery ditches. Its bright yellow, I /ff I(/ // dandelion'like flowers emerge in ? early spring before its leaves appear. 2010 by King Features Syndicate, Inc. World rights reserved, Third Annual have created a garden that at the parking lot of First Business is sure to be a crowd pleaser Bank: at 1315 Main Street,~ ] Ral no la with its tropical feel. Set amidst Ramona. Thisyear, the plant sale rock outcroppings and "forever" will feature a selection of salvias, Garden Tour views, the property includes a as well as a variety of succulents waterfall, numerous palm trees and heirloom tomatoes. A huge to Feature and both native and non-native variety of plants, specifically i plantings, chosen for the Ramona climate, 1 Each garden on the tour will be available in sizes ranging ! features something unique. The from four inch pots to five gallon large pond and backyard wildlife containers. by Regina Elling, habitat of Becky Elliott's garden A raffle will be held in Ramona Garden Club provides great viewing of both conjunction with the plant sale, the property and the sunsets, with both $1 and $5 tickets Lush, full gardens--whether Huge boulders and multiple tiers available. A garden-themed tropical, native or a combination- are among the highlights of the basket filled with garden gadgets -are the subject of Ramona garden of Jim and Carol Spencer. will be the raffle prize. Garden Club's Third Annual A perfect party yard belongs to The eventwill beApril 10, from Garden Tour. John and Rosemary Iraci; their 9a.mto3:30p.m.Ticketscost$15 One of the highlights of this garden showcases a children's and are available after February!i year's tour is the "villa" of Ron and play area, boccie ball, basketball 24 from Ramona Interiors, 707 Cindy Parks. Situated on a natural and tether ball courts, and pool Main Street in Ramona and will setting of chaparral, riparian and outdoor kitchen, also be available at the Plant forest and native grassland, the With gardens the theme of Sale the day of the Tour. villa features several ornamental the day, visitors do not have Proceeds from the Tour gardens, pathways and water to purchase tickets to view the benefit the Ramona Garden features, as well as hundreds Garden Club's work at Collier Club Scholarship Fund and other of colorful, drought tolerant Park, located on G Street just community projects. For more plant varieties. The garden has off Main, or to stop by and look information, contact Georgie been recognized as a California over the fence at the organic Suitor, Ramona Garden Club Friendly Landscape Contest vegetables and flowers grownpresident, at (760) 788-5961. district winner, a Water-Wise at the Montecito High School ** * Landscape award winner and agarden, located at 720 9th Street. Slow is every foot on an unknown Certified Wildlife Habitat. In addition to the Tour, the Club path. Doug and Duetta Bellamy will again have a huge plant sale -- Irish Proverb D D ) D D D D Over 60 years serving the community we live in. me 1 24 Hour Emergency Service ;,j fiaASChec mPRo ,.t Ben Sulser, District Manager