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November 4, 2009 FISHING REPORT News from Lake Cuyamoo Last Week's Results and This Week's Prognosis October 30, 2009 Rick Dyer, agent Greeting from Lake Cuyamaca Off: 760-765-1111 WE ARE NOW OPEN EVERY Ceh 760-213-1185 DAY AT6:OOAM. Talk to me about other gmaill CLOSING TIME FOR SHORE Rick@JulianREO.com FISHING IS SUNSET. Great listings. The fishing has been very Apple Junction RE good this week. Trolling is Listed for $549,000. Locally owned 25 years still the best way to go. Bass fishing is really good right now. They are fattening up for winter. Come give it a try. This won't last long. This is also the time the J. big catfish are biting. The days are warming up alittle but the nights are down in the 30s and 40s. Perfect Autumn weather to watch the wildlife (deer, turkeys, etc.) and catch a few fish. Best Trout Lure: Roostertails Best Trout Bait: Rainbow Power Bait, nightcrawler Best Spots: Lone Pine, Foxhole. Notables: Jason Thiel, Dan Harrlin and Jesse Richardson of San Diego caught 11 Trout, the largest was 2 pounds using Roostertails from a boat at Foxhole. Sammy Mitchel, 8 years of Vista took a 2 pound Rainbow using a worm under a bobber. Henry Seebold of El Cajon hooked a 13 1/2 pound Large mouth Bass using a Shiner at Lone Pine. Ricardo Veled of San Diego too a 13 pound Catfish and a 3 pound Catfish using a mackeral from a boat. Wes Blanchard from Boulevard caught a nice 8 Ib, 4 oz. Largemouth Bass using Rainbow Power Bait at the Lone Pine area. Jess Ranch will be bringing 1200 Pounds of their quafity trout this week and we also are expecting at least one~lead of ' [ Saw Spots DFG trout in the coming weeks. The free fishing class is held every Saturday at the launch One of the least seen birds of prey in our area are the Owls. One ramp, Ranger Charlie will meet of the reasons for this is the fact that owls are nocturnal. Hunting is you at 10 am. almost always done at night, while the bird roosts during the day. This is the LAST WEEKENDWith nine species occurring in Southern California, we have a large for Kayaks and Canoes on the population of these night-flyers. There is one species of owl in our lake until Memorial Day. mountains, that one will probably never see. The Spotted Owl (Strix occidentalis) is very rare in this area, and the northern species The Decontamination Wash(Strix occidentalis caurina) is on the threatened and endangered list. Down Is Required Large and dark-eyed, with white spots on the head, back, and belly, For All Private Vessels this mostly brown owl is strictly nocturnal. At 17 inches tall, with a Before A Launch. 34 inch wingspan, this owl is pretty big. The normal diet of rodents For further information or to make applies here, an occasional bird might supplement this. Among the reservations for condos, cabins or surveys conducted, spotted owls were rarely more than a half mile camping, please call 877-581-9904. from water courses. A 2003 survey in the Santa Ysabel Open Space * * Preserve detected at least one breeding pair, and possibly as many Men marry women with the hope as 6 individuals. This survey consisted of the playing of recorded they will never change. Women calls, at areas that were selected for the habitat requirements of this marry men with the hope they will owl. Data collected was the responding call of a live owl, this can also change. ]nvariabl7, they are both determine the sex of the bird, as each sex has a different call. From this disappointed data, distance between birds can be used to establish home ranges --Albert Einstein of each pair. So the beloved mountain of my dear friend Clint Powell, * * still sustains this rare species. Nothing could delight old Clint as much as when he sighted one of these owls on Volcan. Will the increased human traffic through the Santa Ysabel Open Space Preserve, and now the Volcan Mountain Foundation Preserve affect these owls? The answer is YES, the solitude and undisturbed environment that these owls need, has become the pet project and playground for local "environmentalists". A fair trade for neither owls or us, we must put C1}gC]y BFOO]< the known habitat of these threatened owls off limits to "recreational" OPEN MONDAY - FRIDAY 8:30AM TO 5PM users. While fund raisers take place in Julian to purchase more of this Orange and Black owls' habitat, one wonders where the owls will go? We already know, Male Baltimore Orioles are a bril- away from us. liant orange and black, vocal bird The very thing that allures these owls to the steep, shaded canyons of Volcan, also brings this bird to the rest of the mountain canyons. that frequents backyards. Aside Dense canopies are required, in our area one of the densest forests from insects, Orioles like fruit are of Live Oak. This will occur in occur in our deep stream canyons, and sugar solutions. To attract the biggest threat, wildfire, also burns around the ridges and leaves them into your backyard, try the dense riparian areas unburned. This means that while the habitat these: in the higher conifer forest is decreased, the always stable riparian 1. Orange halves on tray feeders, areas will absorb the displaced owls. This has already happened with 2. Grape jelly in bird-friendly privately owned canyons and dense secluded oak groves becoming bowls, the new homes for the spotted owl. Once again, humans are the 3. Hummingbird solution (with- threat, thousands of years of fires and drought, didn't eliminate this out red dye). bird from it's home. Feel blessed if one of these owls picks your forest 20o9 sy, te, or canyon for it's new home. Don't be afraid to ask the right people for advice on how to best insure that ~i~lt'l " ~ ~~~h ~*'~l~ the owl isn't disturbed, Having This Southeast Asia native looks rare species occur on your land somewhat like a flying bat, a sinister does not impact your rights as a face' or a mean cat with lots of land owner, but it does require whiskers! Good as a houseplant, it also a choice. Will you embrace your requirement to become a steward does welt outside in warmer climates, of your land, and honor the land blooming in late summer and early title that all wildlife holds in OUR fall. It sports large leaves, long mountains? thread-like filaments, and The bat either purple-black or plant white flowers. It may take up to three years to Consider the postage stamp." Its ; bloom if started from seed. usefulness consists in the ability to stick to one thing 'till it gets there. -- Josh Billings 2009 by King Features Syndicate, Inc. 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Often, a deer colliding with a car can result in significant property damage and even life- threatening situations. According to the nonprofit Insurance Information Institute (1.1.1.), on average, deer-vehicle collisions cost $2,800 per insurance claim, and the cost increases to $10,000 Watch your speed. It's not just the speed of the animal that plays a factor-it's the speed of the vehicle as well. Be vigilant. Deer don't run alone. If you see one, there are likely others nearby. Don't swerve. If a deer is suddenly in front of you, sound your horn to frighten it away. Break firmly but stay in your lane. Crashes happen when drivers swerve to avoid a deer, only to hit other vehicles or lose control of their cars. Wear your seatbelt. Most people injured in deer/car crashes were unbuckled at the time. "Deer are bigger and heavier than people may think," said Mike Convery, vice president and chief claim officer of MetLife Auto & Home. 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