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June 3, 2009 FISHING REPORT News from Lake Cuyamaca Last Week's Results and This Week's Prognosis Fishing continues to be excellent all over the lake. The Bass have finally started to bite, There are some really big Bass out there WE ARE NOW OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK AT 6 AM CLOSING TIME VARIES ACCORDING TO SUNSET Bank Owned & Great Deals! For photo gallery go to: JulianRE().com 1344 sq.fi. 3 BEDROOM 1 BATH- on 1 acre of land bonus room off the kitchen, $85,001. 4Bd 2Ba, ~k~.ft, acres, ~t)g~ z~,O0 0" "1.9 Large Rustic Cabin 1,000 sq.ft. 2Bd 1Ba + 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... 2Bd, 2Ba, 1500 sq.ft..38Acre basement, ~ - . deck fenced yard views, $249k-299k ~ aBndg ;%~?2b~ot~d~c k 5 "~4 G~;;;te 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 II Rick Dyer, agent Apple Junction RE Locally owned 25 years Off: 760-765-1111 Ceh 760-213-1185 Emaih Rick@JulianREO,com The Julian News 11 3Bd.2Ba 1500sqft .25Ac wrap-around deck, fireplace, two car garage, gated front yard. Bank JUST reduced price.., originally $210.000: NOW- $149,900. Trout Bait: Rainbow Power Bait, Nightcrawlers, Wax Worms Best Spots: South End, T Dock, North Shore Best Lures: Kastmaster, Orange Rapala Notable: Nick Outlaw of Julian, got 5 3/4 pounds of Rainbows the largest of 1 1/2 Ibs. at Chambers Park in 1 hour. Christian Peters, 13, of El Cajon and Josh Esquibel, 9, of Jamul pulled in a 9 pound 7 ounce Bass at the Fox Hole using Senco. Joseph Olive Sr. of Alpine got a 4 pound Bass at the Dock using a lure. Tony Infante, of Temecula got a 6 pound Rainbow over by the Dike using a Kastmaster. Jess Ranch stocked 1200 pounds of their beautiful Rainbows on Wednesday. Another load of Jess Ranch Fish will be coming this coming week. Free Fishing Class on Saturdays at 10 AM. Meet Ranger Charlie at the Launch Ramp. For tent camping, RV camping, sleeping cabins or condo rentals please call 877-581-9904 for reservations. The Lake Cuyamaca Restaurant is open every day at 6 AM and there is also a small grocery store. THE DECONTAMINATION WASH DOWN IS REQUIRED FOR ALL PRIVATE VESSELS BEFORE LAUNCH. A fee is charged. (boats, motors, float tubs, waders) More details under Boat Wash Station. OPEN MONDAY- FRIDAY 8:30AM TO 5PM -- Ask Pastor Rick continued from page 10 The early church also required internal unity among the canonical books. There were many books rejected from the canon because the content contradicted what was already established as Scripture. Two books I recommend on the subject are: The Origin of the Bible, J. I. Packer, F. F. Bruce, Philip Comfort, and Carl F. H. Henry (contributing authors), Tyndale Press and A General Introduction to the Bible, Norm F. Geisler and William E Nix, Moody Publishers. Both of these books, while scholarly, are not difficult to read. Rick Hill is the Senior Pastor at Hillside Community Church on 3rd and C Streets in Julian, CA. Direct all questions and correspondence to: PastorRick@ julianchurch.org or Hillside Community Church, Religion In The News, Box 973, Julian, CA 92036. (Opinions in this column do not necessarily express the views of Julian News, its publisher, editor or employees.) OUTDOOR TIPS 'You cAN MAKE C-OOO CAMP DISHRAFo5 FROM DISCARI: D klY'LON CUICTAIN5 J. @rant nat t Shoot Straight With Mule Fat Among the Willow trees, grows a densely branched shrub called M ule Fat (Baccharis salicifolia). The leaves and growth habffs resemble willow trees, and they both occur in drainages and wet places. Mule fat can grow in thickets or a small tree-like bush, attaining a height of 15 feet. The thin leaves reach a length of 5 inches and are slightly sticky to the touch. Livestock will eat the leaves, unlike willow leaves which are rarely eaten. Flowering in spring, and being dioecious, white flower heads differ between male and female plants. The branches of this plant are what we are after, stout and strong, slender and really straight, perfect for arrow shafts. After removing the bark, and straightening any kinks, this shaft is among the preferred projectile materials. A flat piece of grooved stone, heated slightly is needed, then pulling across the stone while turning the shaft will eventually straighten the shaft. I say eventually because this is not easy to do, and takes much practice. This practice will come in handy with other shaft materials, all arrow shafts require straightening. I have also used a flat piece of oak with a knot hole to pull the shaft through, bending opposite the kinks, and sighting down the shaft; the warmed shaft will slowly let you straighten it. A variety of shaft materials grow in our area, relative straightness and durability are necessary, with enough, but not too much lightness. Carrizo cane (phragmites australus) is a native grass, and one of th e most widespread plants on earth. Very rare in our area; please don't harvest this plant. I consider stands of Carrizo, a modern monument to ancient tribes. This is a light material, and hardwood foreshafts were added; for weight and more of a solid impact. The joint where the two materials meet also has to be straightened, they are attached with pine pitch or sinew. Many hardwoods were used for foreshafts; mountain mahogany, chamise and mesquite are preferred. Arrow weed (Pluchea sericea) is another shrub resembling willow, also growing in waterways. Luiseno Indians preferred this plant; pink flowers help to identify this shrub. Among the native plants, an introduced reed (Arundo donax) was used in historic times, with no complaints from the native people. The knowledge still exists to make and use these materials in defense and in the course of survival. South of our border these are still used in daily life. I consider the native people in northern Mexico very fortunate to still pass this knowledge to their children. This is how we can now learn ancient techniques from our neighbors to the south. "Jatbil" the California Sun flower (Helianthus californium) is the shaft that is used for the arrows of the southern Kumeyaay. Found in creeks this plant has beautiful yellow flowers, the size of a dollar bill. The tough but light stalks are very straight, and a Chamise foreshaft insures a solid hit. A mainshaft would be 24 inches to 30 inches long, depending on the size of the bow being used. All around the world these techniques parallel each other. The only factor that changes is the material used. The first piece of knowledge is to be able to identify these materials; the next is the man ufacture of these "tools". When you encounter these materials, take a moment to reflect on their importance to us and the place they occupied in our history. Gather a few shafts, maybe some pine pitch, and expect to learn the rest of this ancient secret. A nest of ' ]ellybeans" taken recently by a creek, they belong to a Caliope humming bird. photo by J. Grant Town Folk Get Letter Warning Of Illegal Dumping Of Waste It doesn't say what is being poured down the drains but a letter received by Julian's users of the waste water treatment facility managed by the County makes it clear that it needs to stop. The following was sent out last week: Over the past two months, the Julian sewage treatment plant has been significantly impacted by illicit discharges of hazardous substances into the sewer system. These incidents have caused damage to treatment plant components and have prompted unbudgeted and costly repairs. They also place the treatment plant at risk of non- compliance with our discharge permit issued by the Regional Water Quality Control Board. Julian Sanitation District customers are reminded that discharging hazardous or unauthorized materials into the sewer system is not only illegal, but also has negative long- term impacts on the treatment process by destroying the treatment plant's biological balance that is paramount to the treatment of sewage. In addition, illicit discharges, into the sewer system can result in pipe corrosion, breakages and blockages, as well as premature Seminar The Alzheimer's Association in conjunction with the San Diego County Sheriff's Department will be hosting a seminar on Saturday, June 27th in Warner Springs. The seminar will be in the community center at 35109 Hwy 79, Stone Ridge Mobile Home Park and start at 10:00 am. The topics will be, understanding Alzheimer's Disease and The Medical Alert / Safe Return program. The Safe return program is a 24 hour nationwide emergency response service for individuals with Alzheimer's or a related dementia who wander or have a medical emergency. Understanding Alzheimer's will focus on the difference between dementia and Alzheimer's, the 10 warmng signs of Ad, obtaining a diagnosis and how the Alzheimer's Association can help. There will be on site enrollment for medic-Alert / Safe return. If you have any questions, Please contact the Sheriff's Department at 760-782-3353 pump and component failures that necessitate untimely and unscheduled repairs. Other unintended consequences can be negative environmental impacts and non-compliance with operating permits that could result in regulatory actions against the District, including monetary fines that would ultimately be passed on to the customer. In efforts to be pro-active in preventing improper materials from entering the sewer system; the Sanitation District is requesting that all Julian customers refrain from discharging substances that are corrosive, flammable, toxic, or otherwise unauthorized- such as large amounts of surfactants and detergents. Customers are encouraged to be vigilant and report suspected unauthorized sewer disposal activities to the District by contacting Michael Brandt, Wastewater Facilities Supervisor at (858) 204- 1085 or by email at Michael. Brandtsdcounty.ca.gov. Questions regarding whether substances are acceptable or authorized for discharge into the sewer can be directed to Jeff Bosvay at (858) 694-2711 or by email at Jeff.Bosvaysdcounty. ca.gov. Thank you for your cooperation in helping to maintain the integrity, dependability and effectiveness of the Julian Sanitation District as we strive to better serve our customers. Daniel S. Brogadir, LUEG Program Manager Wastewater Management Anyone who sees someone dumping into the storm drains around town or has knowledge of the illegal dumping of toxic material into the treatment system should contact the number listed in the letter. We have experience a number of repairs and retrofits over the past few years and having the streets torn up over this kind of avoidable problem should be everyone concern even if they are not part of the system. 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