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April 14, 2010 FISHING REPORT " News from Lake Cuyamaca Last Week&apos;s Results and This Week's Prognosis THE TACKLE SHOP IS OPEN EVERY DAY 6:00AM TO 6:00 PM SHORE FISHING GOES UNTIL 7:30 PM JESS RANCH DELIVERED 1700 POUNDS OF TROUT THIS WEEK. Fishing is good all over the Lake, but especially at pumphouse cove. Many trout taken this week. Best Trout Bait: Green Power Bait, Night crawlers Best Spots: Pump house cove, North Finger Jetty, Fletcher Island Notables: Christine Stremlau, age 12 of San Diego caught a 5.7 pound trout, using red, white and blue power bait at Pumphouse Cove. Mike Strong of Holtville, caught a 6.6 pound trout using a red/ gold Thomas Bouyant. Juan Herrera and Mike Weiss of Alpine caught a 4.25 pound and a 5.5 pound trout, using power bait from the Dike. Thalise Van Rensberg of San Diego caught a 4.5 pound trout using orange power bait at the North Finger Jetty. Nick Boudoures of San Diego caught a 4 pound trout using Rainbow Power Bait at the North Finger Jetty. Meranda, Ricky and Sam Pereira caught three trout weighing 5.5 pounds, 4.5 pounds and 5 pounds at Pumphouse Cove. Roger Varela, of Imperial Beach, caught a 6 pound trout using a night crawler at the T-Dock. Jamie Bairu of Oceanside, age 9, caught 2 trout, the largest 5.5 pounds using a night crawler and power bait south of the T-Dock. Brandon Denny of Pala caught a 6 pound trout using cheese power bait near the T-Dock. Alexandra Lamas of riverside caught a 7.5 pound trout and a 1 1/2 pound catfish using night crawlers ant he North Shore. Riley Farmner, age 9 of Ramona caught a 5.5 pound trout using Green Power Bait at Pumphouse Cove. Jared and Lindsay LeMert of Brawley, both 8 years old caught 2 trout weighing 2 pounds each at Lone Pine. Free Fishing class every Saturday at 10:00 am. Meet Ranger Charlie at the launch ramp. 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 Call 877-581-9904. If you buy what you don't need, you might have to sell what you do. -- lrish Proverb Drops of Sunshine Who doesn't love American Goldfinches? Here are five things they can't resist: 1. rhistle or Nyjer seed in a tube feeder. 2. Sunflower heart chips. 3. Black oil sunflower seed. 4. Purple cone flowers. 5. Fresh water. (Lots of it!) E-mail: birdingbits@cfl.rr.com 2010 King Features Syndicate, Inc. 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. The Julian News 11 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, huge loft/2  bedroom, large dininq & livinq room, detached 2 car araqe. Brinq all offers $349,000. Apple Tree Realty and Polo Properties are affiliated residential Real Estate Brokerage companies' license #00571248 IN BUSINESS OVER 33 YEARS. Apple Tree Realty Rick Dyer #o1419334 For More Photos & Infoo Go To: JulianAppleTree.com Off: (760) 765-1111 Gel: (760) 213-1185 Emaih Rick@J ulianAppleTree.com P.O. Box 484, Julian CA 92036 DESIGNER GRANITE HOUSE GREAT Amazing and beautiful Granite features are on display in this remarkable home. Owner is 3.33 ACres considered possibly the finest Granite craftsman/artist in San Diego. 1,426 sq.ft. 3BD, 2BA, . Laundry/4 th bedroom, 2 wells, .87 acres. Detached 1,400 sq.ft, workshop or possible Granny flat, 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. All rooms have custom ceiling fans. Enjoy the 3 covered porches, numerous fruit trees includes: Pear, Plum, Apple, Nectarine, Feach & Apricot Offered at $424,000. Pano ramic Views. right). Septic & leach lines are in. Beautiful negotiable. Original home was Blanket perk Water piped to building site. New : gravel circular driveway. Originally $244, .28 Acres- Overlooking Cuyamaca Lake! Home pictured (right) burned down in 2003 Cedar Fire. Pad is cleared and clean. Property includes original house plans & Seotic cert. Property has septic, water & electricity. Orkjinally listed at $139,000. INCREDIBLE DEAL...Now $49.900. )Health Bulletin T Stress, Addiction Secrets AndThe Suburban Mom I (NAPSA)--Addiction does not discriminate. It affects everyone from suburban soccer moms to teachers to CEOs of Fortune 500 companies--but successfully treating it requires an individual- ized approach. One group that is vulnerable to addiction is rooms who strive to be superwomen--trying to excel as wives, mothers, employees, com- munity volunteers and friends all at the same time. The downside to this goal: Some moms try to cope with the often impossible demands by turning to legal and illegal drugs, often with disas- trous results. Anyone who suspects that a family member has a problem with legal or illegal drugs may want to talk to him or her about getting help. Very few people can success- fully kick an addiction on their OWn, "Morns struggling with addic- tion need an opportunity to get their lives back," says Dr. Carlos Tirado, chief medical officer at Enterhealth Life Recovery Cen- ter, an adult residential treat- ment facility in Texas. "Because one size doesn't fit all when it comes to recovery, the best chance at success is a compre- hensive, individualized approach that blends evidence-based behavioral and medical thera- pies to help them deve]op a life- long, recovery-oriented lifestyle." A common misconception when it comes to alcohol and drug addic- tion is that the choice to stop using is obvious, even simple. "Addiction is a disease that affects the mind, body, soul and relationships," said Tirado. "To increase effectiveness, treatment must go beyond traditional talk and group therapy and incorpo- rate the best science and medicine have to offer. This includes provid- ing each individual with Lit Care tools they can use to help recover their lives." The reality is that alcohol and drug addiction is a complex and chronic relapsing medical disease, so it's important to choose treat- ment that is not just a recovery treatment program but long-term addiction disease management. It can take 10-20 years to be- come an addict, and addiction can't just be shut off with a short- term program. Long-term recovery treatment is necessary for success. More than just a 28-day treat- went faci]ityi Enterhealth offers addicts a chance to get their lives back through a comprehensive individualized approach that treats the whole person--ap- proaching addiction as a chronic brain disease. The center takes into account the physical, psycho- logical, neurological, relational and spiritual aspects of each per- son. Then it targets those areas using proven methods that blend the most effective clinical research with innovative psychotherapeutic techniques. For more information, visit www.enterhealth.com. T[ Drought will cause this common d' tt lLI.t 1 l[ ,";{q["lP( P,'[ tree-dwelling plant to wilt, wither l'"-s ,,,- "` vL" and curl up. Its vivid green color fadestogray, anditappearscompletely vii- I ///;'?;." dried-out and dead. It remains this way I Resurrection fern "'" .... ]  '" l  " until the next rain, whereby I / ;::: its ashy vegetation unfurls and extends, as its color and vigor restore. The plant once "dead" has "come back to life" - and this process may repeat many times, over many years. 2010 by King Features Syndicate, Inc, World rights reserved. CERT Drill Recent Rains Cause Mosquito continued from page 3 conducting or sponsoring TrT's, ' or Train -the -Trainers, for members of the fire, medical, and emergency management community. The objectives of the TTT are to prepare attendees to promote this training in their community, conduct TTT's at their location, conduct training sessions for neighborhood, business and industry, and government groups, and organize teams with which first responders can interface following a major disaster. The tentative schedule, which will allow for 40-minute sessions and 10 minutes between sessions to rotate, is as follows: Welcome/Swear-In: 9:00 - 9:25 a.m. Station 1:9:30 - 10:10 a.m. Station 2:10:20 - 11:00 a.m. Station 3:11:10 - 11:50 a.m. Lunch: 12:00 noon - 12:40 p.m. Station 4:12:50 - 1:30 p.m. Station 5:1:40 - 2:20 p.m. Station 6:2:30 - 3:10 p.m. Hotwash: 3:20 - 3:45 p.m. Breeding Concern Mosquito Breeding Season Has Arrived; Eliminate Standing Water Around Your Home Spring has officially arrived and mosquito breeding season is here. County officials are working hard to prevent the spread of West Nile virus (WNV) in San Diego County. "Controlling mosquito populations is the key to WNV prevention," said Jack Miller, Director of the County Department of Environmental Health. "The recent rains will certainly create new mosquito breeding habitats." Residents are encouraged to help with mosquito control efforts by eliminating standing water around their homes. Backyard water sources are ideal breeding grounds for mosquitoes. Residents should dump, clean out or remove anything that can hold water, such as plant saucers, rain gutters, buckets, trash cans, children's toys, spare tires and wheelbarrows. People can also reduce the risk of contracting WNV by staying indoors when mosquitoes are most active, and by wearing long sleeves and pants when outdoors, especially at dusk and dawn. County Vector Control advises residents to use an insect repellant containing DEET, Oil of Lemon Eucalyptus, Picaridin or IR3535 when outside. Keep screens on doors and windows, and make sure the screens are in good condition. Last year, there were 663 human cases of West Nile virus and 30 deaths in the nation. In San Diego County, four human cases of West Nile virus were diagnosed, two of which were determined to be acquired within the County. For more information about WNV, to report dead birds or mosquito breeding areas, or find out where to pick up free mosquito-eating fish, call 1-888-551-1NFO (4636) or visit www.SDFightTheBite.com Commercial Residential O O Payment Options 24 Hour :Relationships Matter Emergency Service : Over 60 years serving the community we live in. !.9,,,:: ..... IfGASCheck- r.,,.op.= ' 765 0130 <=iii;, Trained ttglOUNClt : 760 " Ben Sulser, District Manager