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November 10, 2010 FISHING REPORT " News from Lake Cuyamaca Last Week's Results and This Week's Prognosis TACKLE SHOP IS OPEN 6:00 AM TO 5 PM SHORE FISHING ENDS AT 5:15PM FOR ALL YOU CAMPERS We Now Have Showers In Our North Shore Campground See Beckie For Details Waterfowl hunting starts December 1 and will go thru January 30, 2011. Hunting will be on Sundays til noon and all day Wednesdays. The lake will open at noon on Wednesdays , but will not be open for fishing on Wednesdays at all. Make a note on your fishing calenders. If you are interested in buying a season blind please call the lake. 619- 447-8123 Fishing has been pretty slow for trout this week. The weather might have something to do with it. Believe it or not the crappie have been biting and some bass. Jess ranch will be stocking 1200 pounds of trout this coming week. Rich Del Peno got a 39 Largemouth bass using a gold Kastmaster at Kitchen Cove. The autumn colors will probably be gone in another week. It is so beautiful right now and the deer are everywhere. Watch for them on the highway. They are crossing to get to the lake water. It is almost time for the G?eat Blue Heron mating ritual. Plumage becomes a richer blue. The male struts as the birds bond. The bonding goes on for quite awhile. Most of the nesting of these long legged and sharp billed birds are in colonies. Here at Lake Cuyamaca they select a bare Oak tree with strong top branches. When the female offers the male a small stick it signals she is ready for nesting. The area is selected and a strong large nest is engineered far above the ground. Actual nesting takes place much later, usually in February to April. When the young birds fledge, only 1 in 3 will survive their first year. Don't Forget The Free Fishing Class At The Launch Ramp At lOAM Saturdays. 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 Cabins, Camping, or Condos. Please Call 877-581-9904 WE DO NOT TAKE RESERVATIONS ONLINE BITS0000 k I Winter Check List Here are some reminders of things to have on hand for winter: De-icer for birdbaths. Roosting boxes. High-fat foods like peanuts, suet, sunflower heart chips, black oil sunflower seed. And, if you can, a designated area that is easy to keep clean for ground-feeding birds. @ 2010 King Features Syndicate, inc. Call" (760) 765-1111 RickDyer #01419334 Apple Tree Realty and Polo Properties are affiliated residential Real Estate Brokerage companies' license #00571248 IN BUSINESS OVER 33 YEARS. P.O. Box 484, Julian CA 92036 1, NESTLED IN THE TREWAY [.:.n joy this two sto; 2Bd lVtage flh western views to die for. The peace and 1" 3ulian has never been so cas), to obtain!! Enjoy thn've as this little gem shows very well. Offered at $149,000 2. WEEKEND ESCAPE COTTic Views Enjoy this beautifully deeoratel Breakfast. vacation rental, getaway or rctiremenllllv.28 acre in Whispering Pines, 848 sq.ft.: 2BD. 1 llE'hcd two car garaue w new roof, covered patio,,d'ng room, Beautiful gazebo Panoramic Viex . & sux'ts; planters 4 your vegetable garde]jLl mature trees adorn property. ()riginatly $189, v Just Reduced again. $126,900. 3. 3.33 Acres- LAND Panoramic Views. Beautifitl Property in Cuyamaca Woods. Solar panels, Septic & leach lines are in. Price includes beautiful $40,000. MINT CONDITION RV unit w Corian counter tops. Original home destroyed in 2003 Cedar 15ire. Blanket perk ibr 3 bedroom. Original well production 30 GPM. Water to building site, circular driveway. Originally $244,500. Reduced to $ I 10,000. Emaih Rick@JulianAppleTree.com For More Photos & Information Go To: JulianAppleTree.com 6 4. ALMOST NEW EXECUTIVE GETAWAY Built in 2005... This home is like new, beautifid inside & out! In the nicest part of Whispering Pines. 3BD 2Ba 1164 SqFt., .45 acres. Stainless Steel Kitchen appliances, Hardwcd & Slate flooring. Croton Molding, fenced yard, Central heating & A/C. Rarely lived in mostly occasional weekend Fireplace is ne+ never used! Large mature trees. Great Price. $317,000. 5. .48 Acres Land - Overioorcan Mountain Owner Wants To Sell Now! Inificent views of Vulcan Mountain & the historic[lll town site. Nice quiet residential neighborhood. St jj[ivas lost to 2003 Cedar fire, this parcel has potcnlJc-build status ith Count,,' Building Department. lfll"mmc was 816 square tinct two bedrooms & one b j/lF&cr meter and utilities to site. Amazing price... 6. STI.JNNING LAKEVIEW H 1 Panoramic Views OverlootrCnyamaca Estate Sale... tteirs havcd in this h?me. 1,213 sq.ft. 2bd lba: h]_ '' bedroom, large dining & living room, detailcar garage. Original Price: 3; " $_ 49,000. No 324000. 13 The JuHan News 11 7 Apple Tree Realty 7. DELIGHTFUL CABIAI0 sq.fl. 2BD, IBA Potential as a vacatioaPll, or getaway. Large .22 Acre usable yard. Seeom is used as a utility and storage area. Tjllrquaint wood burning stove with a rock hearthjff beam ceilings in the living room. There arealP'indows, an upgraded bath, knotty pine cabinvale master bedroom balcony. $145,000, 8. STORY BOOK HOME- in Julian Township Enjoy the Memories & Romance of 1927 Including an authentic Claw-foot tub. This Beautifully restored 839 sqft 2BD, I BA home is located in the heart of downtown Julian. Completely restored and decorated remodeled ,'rod painted to capture the charm and dreams of yesteryear. This is a must see! $297,500. 9. BRAND NEW HOME Panoramic Views- of Forest & Lake Cuyamaca TtIE LA JOLLA OF THE MOUNTIANS- 1,900 sq.fi. 3BD, 2BA mountain home on .42 Acre double lot, Overlooking lake & forest. Wrap around Deck surrounds home, Covered patios & decks, Mature oak trees surround the property. Enjoy the mountains & winter snows. Amazing Price! $369,000. [] IZ3..00 Making a / Grapevine / I Tree  1) Form a tomato cage into a teepee by wiring together the end points. 2) Attach a grape vine to the bottom of the tomato cage with wire. 3) Go around the base with the grape vine. Continue around the cage, adding wire throughout to attach the vine to the cage. 2010 by King Features Syndicate, Inc. Wod rights reserved. by Larry Cox Tintype Q: I have a tintype that has been in my family for many years. I think it is of a family member and wonder if you can provide me with any helpful information. -- Phyllis, Tewksbury, Mass. A: Most tintypes sell at regional antique shows for about $15 or $20 each. There are exceptions to every collectible, and subject matter is one of those that apply to this early form of photography. If your tintype shows a man in uniform (police, military or fireman, for example), or it is of an African-American, a child with a toy or animal, a man or woman in an unusual costume, or someone who is prominent, your tintype could be worth much more. At a recent show in Albuquerque, N.M, I saw three tintypes of Confederate soldiers sell for $75 each. If your tintype is of a distant member of your family, it probably is worth less than $25. Famous photographers and elaborate encasements also are popular with collectors. Q: I have a rare early edition of Robert Browning's poems. I am curious about its monetary value. -- Lynn, Mobile, Ala. A: It depends on how early and rare your edition is. Just because a book is old doesn't necessary mean it is valuable -- or even collectible. Check out www.abe. com to see if your book is being offered by a dealer and, if so, what its price is. This excellent website is especially helpful in finding out-of-print books and determining their ballpark values. If you know the title, the author, the publisher and the edition, you should be able to find it at this site. Write to Larry Cox in care of King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475, or send e-mail to questionsforcox@ aol.com. Due to the large volume of mail he receive, Mr. Cox is unable to personally answer all reader questions. Do not send any materials requiring return mail. (c) 2010 King Features Synd., Inc.