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June 17, 2009 • FISHING REPORT • News from Lake Cuyamaca For photo gallery go to: JulianREO.com Last Week's Results and This Week's Prognosis Fishing at Lake Cuyamaca continues to be good all over the lake. We have had some of the clouds and wind, but not much of the "marine layer" that you see at the beach. Trout Bait: Nightcrawlers and Power bait, Black Wooly Bugger Best Spots: Dyke area, South Foreclosure Sale Bank Owned & Great Deals! 1344 sq.fi. 3 BEDROOM 1 BATH- on 1 acre of land bonus room off the kitchen, $85,00 l. 4Bd 2Ba~-~.~lll.ft, 1•9 acres, Large ~'~ _~, z,000. Rustic Cabin 1,000 sq.R. 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, 4pBd3 ~z e b~o,~ ~ck 5 ~; 3G~0~t.e 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. il Rick Dyer, agent Apple Junction RE Locally owned 25 years Off:. 760-765-1111 Cel: 760-213-1185 Emaih Rick@JulianREO.com The Julian News 13 3Bd,2Ba 1500sqft .25Ac wrap-around deck, fireplace, two car garage, gated front yard. Bank JUST reduced price.., originally $210,000; NOW- $149,900. end, Lone Pine, West finger jetty Notables: Craig and Sheila Richards of Temecula• Caught 10 trout with one 5 pounder, on Rainbow Power bait at the Dyke area. Vincent Santiago of San Diego caught 1 Bass weighing 6.5 pounds on a plastic lure. Eric Winterholder of Santee caught 5 trout, including one 3 pounder on Chartreuse Power Bait• Ed Dametewicz of Carlsbad caught 2 trout with the largest one 2 pounds on a nightcrawler in the middle of the lake. Eric Szyllke of San Diego and Lescele Muraws of El Cajon caught 10 trout with one weighing in at 5 pounds on Rainbow Power Bait at Kitchen Cove. Mark Hedderson caught a 3 1/2 pound trout on a black wooly bugger at Lone Pine. Kim Hunter of San Diego caught a 49 1/2 pound, 51" long sturgeon on a night crawler and cheese at the West Finger Jetty. Notable Catch of the Month: Steve Haiden of Oceanside caught himself (205 pounds) w/ Phoebe in the jaw. Location: 'Secret spot. Ranger Beckie removed. Free Fishing Class on Saturdays at 10:00 a.m. Meet Ranger Charlie or Ranger Jay at the launch ramp. For tent camping, RV camping, sleeping cabins or condo rentals, please callo8,~7- 581.99,04 for reservations. The Lake Cuyamaca Restaurant is open every day at6 AM and there is a small grocery store. OPEN MONDAY- FRIDAY 8:30AM TO 5PM Mix a little foolishness with your prudence; it's good to be silly at the right moment.. -- Horace k Father's Day Things you can do for Dad: 1. Rake or mow the lawn. 2. Clean and reorganize bird feed prep area. 3. Build him a brush pile. 4. Buy him birding by ear CDs• 5. Buy him a new bird identification field guide, E-maih birdingbits@cfl.~com @2009 King Features Syndicate, Inc. OUTDOOR TIPS [~RESH GREA˘'JE OR OIL ˘'JTAIN5 CAN BE I::ZF_MOVED FROM O.Oll.tlNG, I~Er-.ORE LAUNDERIM6 ~ PLACING, GARMEKrT ON A PLAT E, URI:ACE ANP _~ORINKLII~. TALCUh~ POWDER ON TNE ~POT... ˘ .b . @ WOUK POWP R INTO ~=TAINEP AREA, ALLOW IT TO E, ET AWl.fILE, THEN BRtJSU OUT wffH Julian Residents Have a New Resource in Healthy Living Weight Watchers® Brings Its New Program to Julian With the change of seasons, now is anexcellent time to focus a change of habits to support a healthy lifestyle. To help people succeed, Weight Watchers is offering a new program. The new Weight Watchers® MomentumTM program provides resources for people to understand and address the practical and emotional issues that can lead to weight gain. With strategies to conquer hunger and the ability to tailor the plan to fit into one's own life, MomentumTM provides people with more tools and resources to succeed in adopting a healthier lifestyle. Weight Watchers is opening new locations, including our brand new meeting in Julian. Starting June 24, 2009, meetings will be held every Wednesday at 5:30PM at the Julian Woman's Club House 2607 C Street. Betty Birdsell will be leading meetings at the Julian location. She, like all of our leaders, lost weight following the Weight Watchers program/ Her weight loss allows her to truly understand the challenges and celebrations members are experiencing• "Members learn how to make satisfying food choices and listen to hunger signals," says Birdsell. "1 really saw the benefits of tracking and journaling first fiand during my weight loss•" When Julian area residents come to Weight Watchers they will see that the program is not a diet, it's a lifestyle change that offers tools, group support, food and activity plans that are livable and effective. At Weight Watchers meetings, people come together with a common goal - to learn how to successfully lose weight. Meetings are an important part of how Weight Watchers helps members reach their goals; in fact, people who attend meetings lose three times more weight than those who try to lose weight on their own? "We are excited to offer Julian area residents this new location and the new MomentumrM program," explains Rhonda Spencer, Territory Manager, Weight Watchers. "It is our intention to offer people of this and all communities a convenient place to help people reach their weight-loss goals. Our program continues to evolve and energize members to lose weight and keep it off long term." Local Meeting Information Weight Watchers meetings last approximately 35 minutes. We recommend that our members attend one meeting each week to learn about healthy eating, gain motivation and have their confidential weigh-in to track their progress. The public is also welcome to "Be Our Guest" at a participating Weight Watchers meeting with no obligation to join, just to see what it is all about. Program materials are not included. About Weight Watchers International, Inc. To /earn more about Weight Watchers services, products and publications, Visit www. weightwatchers.com To find the nearest Weight Watchers meeting location, ca// 1-800- 651-6000 or crick on the "Find a Meeting" link at the top of our homepage. Out w th g. Grant n turalmt The Perfect Mousetrap - part 2 The Rattlesnake's inherent ability to have live birth instead of hatching eggs adds to its odds of survival. On top of this fact, litters range from 4 to 30 young, all equipped with fangs and ready to inject venom. Most Rattlers are differently marked as young and grow into their mature patterns as the skin develops the keeled scales so noticeable on these snakes. Immature specimens are sometimes mistaken for a different species. There have been false reports over the years of "Pygmy" rattlers in our area, a legitimate species, but occurring only in the Southern East Coast, the South and Midwest. The original name of the rattlesnake is 'Ewii, in the lipay language. With distinctions between species being recognized and so named. The current common name and scientific name is only a couple of hundred years old. Rattlers have been known in this region as 'Ewii for thousands of years. I prefer the real name 'Ewii, pronounced; eewee; starting with a catch in the throat, as in "ouch". Respect has been given to 'Ewii for millennia, and the rattler occupies an important role in the creation story of the Kumeyaay. This story has been handed down through generations, and can be found if desired. One has to learn the scientific name, of a species to correctly identify it. One also has the responsibility to acknowledge the cultural aspects of nature. Scientific classification is on one hand, necessary for indisputable results; on the other hand, it takes from traditional knowledge and culture. One very familiar Rattlesnake is the Western Diamondback (Crotalus atrox) occurring in our area. Known to reach 95 inches in length, this is a huge snake. The museum on Barona reservation has the skin of a ten footer on display, it was collected in Texas. It is hard to definitively describe coloring of theses snakes; they can differ from gray to brown to red or yellow. What we can look for is distinct diamond markings, and the black and white "coon tail". An aggressive snake that should not be molested, this is not as common as the Southern Pacific (Crotalus viridis helleri) with dark blotches and wide, poorly defined tail rings. I was surprised to find one of these guys in an out building with a rectangular bulge, midway down its body. After killing the four foot snake, I began to skin it, and out of its stomach I removed a mouse with its head caught in a fiat wooden mousetrap. The already caught mouse was swallowed trap and all; the opportunistic snake would have had a hard time passing that meal. This species has hybridized with the deadly Mojave Rattlesnake in Antelope Valley, California With one more snake to describe, comes one more myth to dispel. Contrary to popular belief, you canhot tell a rattlers age by the number of rattles. A rattle will be added every time the snake sheds, which can be as many as 4 times a year in young snakes, adults shed less often. Juvenile snakes have been seen engaging in 'caudal luring', or baiting prey by waving the tail and lying in wait. The last snake is an island snake, smallest of the rattlers in our area; up to 28 inches. The Coronado Island Rattlesnake (Crotalus viridis caliginis) could be called a "pygmy". Gray in color, this is a sub species related to the Southern Pacific rattler. As summer rolls along, now we can identify all of our local rattlers, but whatever snake you find, they will always be known as 'Ewii. A nice 4+ foot rattler whose fate was destined by its'final meal. photos by J. Grant 'Ewii once cut open, revealed his last supper. The mouse and its' trap. In tfz comfort of your own home. 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