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May 12, 2010 FISHING REPORT News from Lake Cuyamaca Last Week's Results and This Week's Prognosis Greetings From Lake Cuyamaca Mother's Day Edition THE TACKLE SHOP IS OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 6:00 AM TO 6:00 PM SHORE FISHING GOES UNTIL 7:30 PM Fishing has been super all over the lake this week. The weather has cooperated and since we are pumping water from the East Lake the trout just love it. Pumphous Cove is the place to be. We were heavily stocked with beautiful Sierra Bow trout and Jess Ranch Rainbows this week. Best Trout Bait: Nightcrawlers, power bait Best Spots: Pumphouse Cove, Lone Pine Notables: Leo Kilian and son Leo 4th caught 4 nice trout and a 16 1/2 pound catfish at pumphouse cove using crawlers on 6#test. Hank of San Diego caught one trout and 25 Crappie using crawlers and jig at Pumphouse Cove. Tom Gill of Vista 4 pan size trout and 2 Catfish, the largest 3.2 using Crawlers at Pumphouse Cove. Johnnie Walker of Newhall and Dann and John King took 10 trout, largest 4.8 pounds using Power Bait. Keven Lane of San Diego got a 3 hour limit of trout with Rainbow Power Bait. Norman Stamper of Lakeside was fishing at the willows in a boat and limited out with trout.. Largest was 2# The free fishing class is held every Saturday at 10AM. Meet Ranger Charlie at the launch ramp. THE DECONTAMINATION WASH DOWN IS REQUIRED FOR ALL PRIVATE VESSELS AND MOTORS BEFORE 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, P/ease Ca// 877-581-9904 BRAND NEW Panoramic Views- of Forest & Lake Cuyamaca THE LA JOLLA OF THE MOUNTIANS- Brand new t,900 sq.ft. 3BD, 2BA mountain home on .42 Acre double lot with views to lake and forest. Huge wrap around Deck surrounds home, Covered patios and decks, old oak trees surround the property. Home scheduled to heve final inspection in two weeks. Enjoy the mountains and winter snows. $369,000. WEEKEND ESCAPE , SCENIC VIEWS On a very nice .28 acre tot 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 gaz.ebo to enjoy views and sunsets; plus, terraced planters for your vegetable garder Colorful flowers & mature trees adorn property. $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, huge Ioft/2nd bedroom, large dining & living room, detached 2 car garage. Bring all offers'.  $335,000. DESIGNER GRANITE HOUSE Amazing and beautiful Granite features are on display in this remarkable home. t,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, 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. 3 covered porches, numerous fruit trees. $424,000. He that wrestles with us strengthens Apple Tree Realty and Polo Properties are affiliated residential Real Estate Brokerage companies' license #00571248 IN BUSINESS OVER 33 YEARS. Rick Dyer #o1419334 Emaih Rick@J P.O. Box 484, Julian CA 92036 The Julian News 11 Apple Tree Realty For More Photos & Info. Go To: Off: (760) 765-1111 Cel: (760) 213-1185 q STORY BOOK HOME- in Julian Township This Beautifully restored 893 sqft 2BD, 1BA home is located in the heart of downtown Julian. It is decorated and remodeled to capture the charm and dreams of yesteryear this is a must see! $297,500. 3.33 Acres Panoramic Views; ; TF, eBet PPoperty in Cuyamect Wo0d:   'n  ........ right). Septic & Leach linear in:;Beautifut4Ok RVunt;on it;.v included in purchase price. Original home was in 2003 Cedar Fire. Blanket perk for 3 bedroon .| on 30 GPM. Water piped to building site. News high qucdity road work and gravel circular driveway. " " amaa Lake! Home pictured (right)burned down in 2003 our nerves and sharpens our skill. Our antagonist is our helper. -- Edmund Burke Septic cert. Property has ic, weter & electricity. Originally listed at $I,000. INCREOXBLE I.AI....N $49.900. Intormation in this AD deemed accurate but not guaranteed. Buyer to confirm all information prior to close of escrow. Red-Bellied Woodpeckers Love: 1. Raw peanuts in or out of the shell. 2. Sunflower heart chips from tube feeders, 3. No-mess seed stackables ( 4. Peanut-flavored suet cakes or nuggets. 5. Juicy bugs pecked out of trees. E-mail: @ 2010 King Features Syndicate, Inel Strange But True by Samantha Weaver It was Pulitzer Prize-winning American author John Steinbeck, best known for "The Grapes of Wrath" and "Of Mice and Men," who made the following sage observation: "The writer must believe that what he is doing is the most important thing in the world. And he must hold to this illusion even when he knows it is not true." If you're planning a summer trip to Maine, you won't want to miss the stunning tourist attraction to be found on Peaks Island. There you'll find an entire museum devoted to housing a rather extensive collection of umbrella covers. In the United States, January is the least popular month for weddings. If you've never heard of the quagga, don't blame yourself. The creature, once found on the plains of Africa, has been extinct since 1883. An odd-looking creature, this subspecies of zebra was once thought to be half-zebra, half horse. Though the front part of its body had the zebra's stripes, those stripes faded out mid-body and the rest of the equine looked remarkably like a common horse. It's been claimed that 19th-century English naturalist Charles Darwin devoted eight years to studying the lowly barnacle. We all know that the day after Thanksgiving is commonly known as Black Friday, thanks to all the crowds seeking out deals on Christmas gifts, but have you ever wondered how it got that name? It seems that the moniker originated back in 1965 when the Philadelphia police department came up with the name after having to deal with the traffic jams and shopping crowds. Thought for the Day: "Everybody believes in something and everybody, by virtue of the fact that they believe in something, use that something to support their own existence." -- Frank Zappa (c) 2010 King Features Synd., Inc. When you have given nothing, ask for nothing. --Albanian Proverb ' Thymes past Its name comes from the I Greek word thymon ("courage"). I ,] :,I, It was used as an antiseptic by ,-. ' .-, . the Sumerian armies. The  , "  Romans bathed in it to  prepare for battle, and Scottish " , Highlanders drank a tea of it for  / the same purpose. Durmg the '  Middle Ages, it was embroidered  on tunics worn by knights. Jr Hi Softball Teams Travel For Tournament i i ii ? On Wednesday, April 14th, the Julian Junior High girls and boys softball teams participated in a tournament held in Temecula. Borrego Springs, Vallecitos and Cottonwood also participated. The event was held at the beautiful Patricia Birdsall Sport Park. Julian took first place and a great time was had by all. Thanks to coaches Dana Pettersen and Robin Calloway and to the parents who came out to cheer our teams/ Out on a Limb by Gary Kopervas 2010 by King Features Syndicate, Inc. World rights reserved.