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July 7, 2010 FISHING REPORT News from Lake Cuyamaca Last Week's Results and This Week's Prognosis HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY TO YOU ALL WE ARE OPEN EVERY DAY AT 6 AM SHORE FISHING ENDS AT 8 PM ATTENTION ALL YOU GEOCACHE FANS. The staff here at Lake Cuyamaca have devised a geocache trail that should provide fun and outdoor activity for the whole family. The trail is 1.96 miles and takes about an hour to walk while looking for the hidden geocaches. You will need to bring your GPS and good walking shoes. Stop in at the tackle shop on West Shore to get the flyer with the clues and coordinates. The Ranger will give you directions for the Trail Head. You Can Now Use Your Canoes And Kayakks On The Lake. Remember They Will Need To Be Washed Down Before Launching Into The Lake Best Bait: Nightcrawlers and Power Bait Best Spot: Labyrinth Cove, T Dock The Bass, Catfish And Crappie Are Finally Coming To Life. Limits Of Trout Are Pretty Common. Jason Turner, 6 years old teased and caught a 4pound 1 oz. Largemouth using a nightcrawler. He also helped his dad catch his limit of crappie. Flea and a friend caught 7 trout and 4 catfish at the T Dock. Micah Wood from La Mesa got a 6 pound Bass, 1 trout and 3 bluegill at Labyrinth Cove. Eric Winterhalder and Jackie Serrano from Santee each limited out with trout in 2 hours. They were using green power bait at the Dam. Jacob King and James King each limited out with Crappie using jigs. Jacob also caught 3 trout and James got 1 catfish. DID YOU KNOW? WHAT THE WORD "CUYAMACA" MEANS ? DERIVED FROM: THE KUMEYA'AY INDIAN PHRASE "AH HA KWEE AMOK" WATER BEYOND THE MOUNTAINS. Don't forget the free fishing class is held every Saturday at 10 am at the launch ramp. Please tell the tackle shop staff that you want to attend. The Lake Cuyamaca Restaurant and grocery store open at 6 AM. Daily specials. 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 /nformation Or To Make Reservations For Condos, Cabins Or Camping, Please Ca// 877-581-9904 *** I appreciate the misunderstanding I have had with Nature over my perennial border 1 think it is a flower garden," she thinks it is a meadow lacking grass, and tries to correct the error - Sara Stein ........ CindyBrook Bye-Bye Mosquitoes Purple martins love mosquitoes. Putting up purple martin housing is a sure way to eliminate mosquitoes from your backyard. Martin hous- ing can be found at many local hardware stores or retail out- lets that carry birding supplies. Once established, martins will return year after year. E-mail: birdingbits@cfl.rrcom 2010 King Features Syndicate, Inc. Dead and Dying Trees Project continued from page 1 property, and natural resources from fire is to concentrate fire risk reduction efforts in and directly around communities. The Chaparral Institute was in the process of developing "points of agreement" with the County so they could all get behind the effort. In their communication they expressed disappointment with the County's action to move at this time, "Unfortunately, the county is issuing the Negative Declaration document without our input, which violates the spirit of cooperation we thought we had established. Of course, we will be able to make comments during the public comment period, but we are disappointed that the county has failed to follow through on their stated desire to work with us and other conservation groups on this matter." The County's position as expressed to the Julian News by Jeff Murphy of DPLU, is that; "the County is on firm ground at this time moving forward and that the dead and dying tree removal will help to mitigate the fire danger. The project which has already been agreed to by numerous land owners in the area, allowing the tree cutters to come on to their property. Anyone one who did not sign up when the project was started over a year ago will not have any action taken on their property." "The key to this project is that we are trying to ensure good evacuation routes for the residents, a road with a dead tree across it does not allow an escape." The Chaparral Institutes "points of agreement" expressed a scaling back of the project: To provide for firefighting anchor points in specific, strategic locations the following steps should be taken: o Thin dead and dying trees up to 250 feet from existing road pavement and/or vehicle accessible road shoulders. o Strategic anchor points for firefighting activities are naturally limited by terrain such as steep slopes and canyons, vegetation composition and density, the density of adjacent structures, and other factors. For example, densely vegetated canyon bottoms are ineffective and dangerous firefighting anchor points. Clear standards for establishing strategic firefighting anchor points shall be made in consultation with interested parties including CalFire, USFS and the California Chaparral Institute. These anchor points will constitute a relatively small portion of the total treatment area. To provide for firefighter safety and remove hazardous trees around assets at risk the following action should be taken: o Thin as necessary dead and dying trees within 250 feet from habitable structures. In all other treatment areas, to maintain evacuation routes and ensure emergency vehicle ingress and egress the following action should be taken: o Remove dead and dying trees at risk of falling onto existing roads only when the trees are located within 100 feet of road pavement and/ or vehicle accessible road shoulders. Before removal, "dead and dying trees" must be identified as such by a California Certified Arborist. Dead or dying trees leaning away from existing roads should not be removed unless they pose 1. BR'4D NEW HOME Panoramic Views- of Forest & Lake Cuyamaca THE LA JOLLA OF THE MOUNTIANS- 1.900 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 have final inspection in two weeks. Enjoy the mountains and winter snows. $369,000 2. 3.33 Acres- LAND Panoramic Views. The nicest Property in Cuyamaca Woods. Solar panels ere in (photo right). Septic & leach lines are in. Includes beautiful $40,000. MINT CONDITION RV unit on site. Original home was destroyed in 2003 Cedar Fire. Blanket perk for 3 bedroom. Original well production 30 GPM. Water to building site, New $10,000, quality road with gravel circular driveway. Oriainallv $244.500. Reduced to $110.000. 3. 2.67 Acres -LANb Panoramic Mountain Top This 2.67 acre lot has the Best Ocean & Mountain Views in San Diego. Plus $160,000 in Property Improvements. Paved Driveway, Graded pad, Underground Telephone, Water & Septic in. Overlooks: Catalina Island, San Clemente Island, and Cornodo Islands to Mexico. Night- time Cffy lights up & down coast. Owner may carry. Original Price: $369,000. Now $169,000. a hazard to firefighters. Prior to treatment, identify suitable habitat and conduct seasonally appropriate surveys (to protocol level where available) for all special status sensitive species as well as species identified in the California Natural Diversity Data Base in order to time/conduct treatments to prevent harm to said species. To protect habitat, trees should not be felled across identified habitat areas such as rocky outcrops, downed logs, or wood rat middens. Acknowledge the significant ecological values of dead standing trees with the clear intent to retain any within the treatment area that do not pose a significant hazard. Maps of the proposed treatment areas and approximate dates of treatment need to be readily available to the public on the county's website. As per the county's 2009 Vegetation Management Report (Section 5), a before and after monitoring program needs to be established to measure "the effects of the treatment." The Report estimates that the funding allocation for such monitoring will be approximately 4% of the overall treatment costs. Prior to conducting any future vegetation management activities or pursuing grants and other resources for such activities, prepare a comprehensive Environmental Impact Report addressing all w00Tlae ,'', Aphids, anyonet k"t'r 'l' \\;i Aphids insert their straw-like mouth "'lr'qa/t i ,  into the inner cells of a plant, drawing [b'J%3 i i i out the plants liquids, causes leaf -"-'-." i ! i and stem deformities and transmission ._-.. ,.. / / otdiseases, alll of which can affect the kl' ... ,",,/ plant's appearance and value and may ,,,';r.'-i even kill it. Both the larvae and the ---,. " ,, adult Asian lady beetle (harmonia 1,, ....... .. .   ], axyrtdts) eat aphxds and are very good . i , - ......... natural controls:., _. .............. i," Ill ,#& "I00]iL .............. " ..... @ 2010 b King Features Syndicate, Inc, World rights reserved. For More Photos & Information Go To: The Julian News 11 4. STUNNING LAKE'VIEW HOME Panoramic Views Overlooking Lake Cuyamaea Estate Sale,., Heirs have never lived in thi,, home. They are motivated to sell. 1,213 sq.ft, 2bd 1be, huge loft/2 " bdroom, large dining & living room, detached 2 car garage. Just fell out of escrow,,, Back on market at lower price! Original Price: $349,000, Now Reduced: $324,000, Apple Tree Realty 5..28 Acres - LND Overlooking Cuyamaca Lake! Home pictured (above) burned down in 2003 Cedar Fire. Pad is cleared and clean, Property includes original house plans & Septic cert. Property has septic, water & electricity. Originally listed at $139,000. Incredible beal,,.Now $49,900. potential vegetation treatment activities planned by the County and the cumulative effects of these activities alongside those conducted by other state and federal agencies. Do not pursue legislation that in any way attempts to exempt vegetation treatment activities from CEQA or any other environmental laws. You have until July 30 to provide DPLU with comments on the Negitive Declaration. See the County's Wed Site for more information, http://www. .gov/dplu/ceqa_ public_review.html Make A Clean Sweep Of Food Storage Areas (NAPSA)-If you're like most people, you've occasionally taken something out of the freezer and wondered, "What is this icy blab?" You may also have thought about whether the frozen meat you tossed in the back of the freezer is still safe or if you can eat outdated canned chili or slimy bologna. If you've had any of these items in your food storage areas -or even if you haven't-it may be time for cleaning the food storage areas of your kitchen. In these challenging economic times, you don't want to waste food, but if it's not safe, you don't want to chance getting a foodborne illness either. Is Frozen Food Safe? Yes. Once food is frozen, bacteria can't grow, so food continuously kept frozen is always safe. However, it may not look like something you'd want to eat. When cleaning out the freezer, have a "mystery meal" by thawing the unrecognizable packages. They will look like real food after thawing, so diners can take their pick, heat and eat. Freezer burn? It's not a sign that food is dangerous-only that it has dried in spots. Merely cut off the freezer-burned areas of 6, STORY BOOK HOME- in Julian Township Enjoy the Memories & Romance of 1927 Including an authentic Claw-foot tub. This Beautifully restored 839 sqft 2BD, 1BA home is located in the heart of downtown Julian, Completely restored and decorated remodeled and painted to capture the charm and dreams of yesteryear, This is a must see! $297,500. 7. WEEKEND ESCAPE COTTAGE * ,lc Vlem On a very nice .28 acre lot in Whispering Pines, 848 sq.ft.; 2BD, 1BA, detached two ear 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. Originally $189,000. Submit all offers now $169,000. Julian High School Football Team Lift-A-Thon A Fundraiser for Football and Cheerleadlng Sloppy Joe Dinner with Macaroni Salad and Chips, Drinks, Boot Beer Floats plus a Bake Sale and 50/50 Raffle yo. for so00oo00 the meat and use the rest. Do Re?rigerated Foods Have A Shelf Life? Yes again. Unlike their frozen counterparts, refrigerated foods wil eventually spoil. After cleaning out the refrigerator, it's helpful to use a felt-tip pen and mark the date you are adding new lodes to the refrigerator. It is also helpful to identify and date new foods in the freezer. To see a food s:orage time chart, go to and click on "Fact Sheets." There, you will find Basics for Handling Food Safely. Make A Date Some canned goods are dated by the manufacturer and some are not. A general rule is that low-acid canned goods, such as green beans, stew and soups, are good for five years after you purchase them, whereas acidic foods such as canned tomatoes, pineapple and mandarin oranges should be used within 18 to 24 months. Again, it's always a good practice to date the cans before storing them in the pantry so you know for sure when they should be used. For more food safety information about meat, poultry or egg products, call the USDA. Meat and Poultry Hotline at (888) MPHotline or (888) 674- 6854; in English and Spanish, type a question into "Ask Karen" (; go to www.; or go to befood