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May 6, 2009 FISHING REPORT News from Lake Cuyamaca Last Week's Results and This Week's Prognosis May 1, 2009 Greetings from Lake Cuyamaca. Fishing continues to be excellent all over the lake. DFG stocked this week. Mt. Lassen introduced us to their new Sierra Bow this week. The lake received 200 Ibs of these tasty fish, all tagged. The mature bald The Julian News 11 Foreclosure Sale Bank Owned & Great DQals! 4Bd 2Ba, ,'.a.fi, 1.9 acres, Large ,000. 1344 sq.ft. 3 BEDROOM 1 BATH- on 1 acre of land bonus room off the Rustic Cabin 1,000 sq.ft. 2Bd l Ba + kitchen, $85,001. loft, secluded forestry land $139,000. NEW CUSTOM HOME! For More Foreclosure Listings May be ELIGIBLE FOR $18,000. in Go To - www.JulianREO.com STATE & FEDERAL TAX CREDIT... ,00oosq00 0000Acrob00som00o. deck fenced yard views! $249k-299k , , . Listings Courtesy of." Apple Junction RE, Prudential, G.D Mitchel, Turning Leaf Re/Max, Tri-Coast. American Eagle, San Diego Realty. Information in this ad deemed correct but not guaranteed. Rick Dyer, agent Apple Junction RE Locally owned 25 years Off: 760-765-1111 Cel: 760-213-1185 Emaih Rick@JulianREO.com 3Bd,2Ba 1500sqft .25Ac wrap-around deck, fireplace, two car garage, gated front yard. Bank JUST reduced price.., originally $210,000; NOW- $149,900. eagle was seen at Lone Pine and out into the East Lake area this week. Quite a site walking around in the wild flowers. Wildlife is abundant all around the area and the wild flowers are blooming. Check out our mid-week specials on the Lake view condos. $150/per night and you get a free boat rental on the day of your choice. The Lake Cuyamaca Restaurant has delicious specials every weekday. WE ARE NOW OPEN EVERY DAY AT 6:00 AM, CLOSING TIME FOR SHORE FISHING IS 7:30 PM. BEST TROUT BAIT: Night crawlers and power bait. BEST SPOTS: Pump house Cove, Lone Pine, Fletcher Island. Notables: On 4/26 Paul Chhoun of San Diego caught a 52", 30 Ib, 12 oz Sturgeon at Lone Pine on night crawlers. Linsi Clain and friend of Borrego Springs caught 6 trout, weighing 6 1/21bs with the largest 2- Ibs. Larry LaBork caught a 3- Ib trout on night crawlers at Fletcher Island. Mike Groff, Dan Hollister and Jene Calloway caught 15 trout, and 1 bass at Pump house cove using night crawlers, power bait and Gell Krill scent. Jamie C Baird, age 10, of Mira Mesa caught 5 trout, for a total weight of 6 Ibs. The largest was a 2- Ib Sierra Bow. He was using night crawlers and rainbow power bait, fishing at Pump houedve" and the south end. Free Fishing class every Saturday at 10:00 am. Meet Ranger Charlie or Ranger Jay at the launch ramp. THE DECONTAMINATION WASH DOWN IS REQUIRED FOR ALL PRIVATE VESSELS BEFORE A LAUNCH. A FEE IS CHARGED. For Further Information Please Ca//To//Free 877-581-9904. Happy Mother's Day! Show mom your gratitude by doing a few extra chores for her. Perhaps the bird baths need scrubbing and refilling, or even the feeders. Planting a penta would be nice, too. Its colorful flowers attract hum- mingbirds and butterflies. What a nice gift that would be. E-mail: Nrdingbits@cfl.com @2009 King Features Syndicate, Inc., ' OPEN MONDAY- FRIDAY 8:30AM TO 5PM -- OUTDOOR TIPS I::AMII,,V CAMPING A Ex FIRST NIeHT MEAL TO HAVE IN C.ANtP 16 PAGHETTI...CHI LOREN UUALLY LIKE IT AND IT IS EASY TO PREPARE CE CAN SE - PREPARED AT HOME THE NI6HT BEFORE ii }L Y THE TIME YOU iCE,ACH CAMP IT WILL BE THAWED AND REAl:)'/' TO USE OG m Wocd00 vSh J. @t natlt Cypress Hill On the western slope of Cuyamaca Peak grows a very special tree. This tree is extremely rare and with only about 40 mature trees, it is a federally protected species. It is one of 5 subspecies of the widely occurring Arizona Cypress ( Cupressus arizonica) a conifer with evergreen foliage and red or gray bark, it's round cones contain seeds. The Cuyamaca Cypress ( Cupressus arizonica ssp. Stephensonii) grows in thick brush, which both protects and threatens this tree. Another restriction to the occurrence of this tree is that it only grows in a certain type of soil. Gabbro soil is a tightly packed soil that retains water, but also contains many rocks, which drains the excess. This provides the perfect situation for this rare tree to flourish. During the 1990's tree counts put the number of trees occurring on the western slopes at over 800 trees. After the Cedar fire, the number was feared to be in the,single digits. Further surveys brought the number higher as more trees were found to have survived. Because of this trees' reliance on fire to open its cones, many seedlings popped up after the fire. If fire frequency is more than 20 years apart, these seedlings can mature sufficiently to produce seed cones. With the Conejos fire in 1940, The Laguna fire in 1970, and the Cedar fire in 2003, consistent 30 year gaps both reduced the size of the groves and produced new seedlings. The fact that this tree grows straight out of the chaparral insures that in a brush fire some trees will burn. With the outermost trees burned, an island of trees is created, nurturing the new seedlings within. Exact locations of the remaining groves cannot be revealed, all but one occur within the limits of King Creek RNA and Cuyamaca State Park. One small stand is on private land; it is from here that I collected seed cones. Each cone contains hundreds of seeds, a guarantee that this tree will persist. I found that these seeds also have to germinate in burned soil, adding wood ashes allowed most seeds to sprout, and a long relationship between tree and man began. The rightful inhabitants of this trees homeland were the Kumeyaay, and the trees were revered, not a branch was dared to be plucked from this rare, aromatic tree. Another rare Cypress grove on Guatay Mountain was also revered by the indigenous tribe. The reverence of this tree continues to this day, the spirit of respect surrounds the groves. The silhouette of the noble Cypress rising from the surrounding brush is an ancient sight, connecting us to an earlier time, a time of connection to. nature. After 6 years of growth my seedlings need homes, to be come a steward of a sapling connect with me. DID YOU KNOW I J As part of its EyeSmart campaign to help Americans' take charge of their eye health, the American Academy of Ophthalmology launched "Ask an Eye M.D., "a new online service. To submit a question or for more information, visit www.geteye smart. org. A free booklet and interactive guide, "Parents, Teens, and Money: A Clear and Simple Guide to Discussing Financial Responsibility," was published by Chase Card Services and College Parents of America to help parents' improve children 's financial literacy. The guide, including an interactive version, is available at www.chase clearandsimple, corn and www. collegeparents, org. HEALTH SERVICES e View Lodl le Quality Assisted Living, Memory Care and Hospice A Jewel In your Own Backyard Your family deserves the finest in elder care/ Patios, gardens and walkways are just a step away, yet within secured grounds,surrounded by beautiful Alpine views and spacious lawns. A variety of enriching activities occur all day, every day in a program filled with life's joy. Complimentary tours, luncheons and on-sight assessment program provide a sense of our charm and our service excellence. 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