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December 8, 2010 FISHING REPORT News from Lake Cuyamaca Last Week&apos;s Results and This Week's Prognosis WE ARE OPEN EVERY DAY AT 6AM SHORE FISHING ENDS AT SUNSET DUCK HUNTING SEASON THROUGH JANUARY. Best Trout Bait: Nightcrawlers and Power Bait Best Fishing Spots: Chambers Park and pretty much all over the lake. Correction: Steve Hay Of San Diego Caught A Ten Pound Trout Last Week Not A Total Of Four Trout Weighing In At 10 Pounds. Notable: Norman Stone Jr. & Sr. of Lakeside along with Thee Stone grandson, each limited out Largest was 5 pounds. A 4.9, a 4 pound even and a 3.8. All good eating I'm sure. They were using Power worms and Powerbait from a boat. Mike Plomgren of Carlsbad caught 5 trout the largest was 7.3 Ibs. At the N. Finger Jetty. Flea of Descanso caught 5 nice trout the largest was 5.2 at the Handicap Dock Many more limits of trout with 2 pounds or under. DFG will be bringing a load of fish this week. The FREE Fishing Class is held every Saturday at 10:00 A.M. Meet Ranger Charlie at the launch ramp. 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 Cabins, Camping, or Condos Please Ca// 877-581-9904 WE DO NOT TAKE RESERVATIONS ONLINE. Call" (760) 765-1111 RickDyer #O1419334 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. 1 Acre- LAND Panoramic Views Beautiful View Property in Cuyamaca Woods Includes Water Meter to building site and Septic is in. Home pictured was lost in 2003 Fire This parcel has potential for re-build status with County Building Department. Blanket perk for 3 15edroom 2 bath. Completed house plans. Owner may carry 10 year financing with 20% down at 4.99% financing OAC. $59,000. EmaU: Rick@JulianAppleTree.com For More Photos & Information Go To: JulianAppleTree.com % 4. ALMOST NEW EXECUTIVE GETAWAY Built in 2005... This home is like new, beautifltl inside & out! In the nicest part of Whispering Pines. 3BD 2Ba 1164 SqFt., .45 acres, Stainless Steel Kitchen appliances, l lards()d & Slate flooring. Crown Molding. fenced yard, Central heating & A/C. Rarely lived in mostly occasional weekend, Fireplace is new never used! Large mature trees. Great Price. 5317.000. 8 The JuHan News ll pple Tree Realty 7. DELIGHTFUL CABIN  2BD, 1BA Potential as a vacation renatlillKetaway. Large .22 Acre usable yard. Second ballFis used as a utility and storage area. There isaiillt wood burning stove with a rock hearth and ilillila ceilings in the living room. There are lots oallllffws, an upgraded bath, knotty pine cabinets, and,ill master bedroom balcony. 5145,000. Insurance Quiz continued from page 7 You can see all the questions and answers by visiting www. metlife.com/insurancequiz. Oh, and for those still wondering, you do need to get a separate policy to cover earthquakes and volcanoes. Lightning, however, is covered in the standard contract. Answers: (1) B (2) A (3) B (4) B You may be insured against more troubles than you know. 2. WEEKEND ESCAPE COTTAIInic Views Enjoy this beautifully decorateiilff& Breakfast, vacation rental, getaway' or retiremelJllr.28 acre in Whisperim, Pines, 848 sq.fl.: 2BD, lhcd two cat" gara,c x ncx roof, coered patio,iccng room, Bcautifid gazebo Panoramic Views llt & sunsets; planters 4 your vegetable gardure trees adorn property. Or'iginally $189euced again. S 126,900. " 3. 3.33 Acres- LAND Panoramic Views. Beautifid Prope, in Cuyanraca Woods. Solar panels, Septic & leach lines are in. Price includesbeautiful $40,000. MINT CONDITION RV unit w Corian counter tops. Original home destroyed in 2003 Cedar Fire. Blanket pcrk tbr 3 bedroom. Original well production 30 GPM. Water to building site, circular driveway. Originally $244,500. Reduced to $110.000. 5. .48 Acres Land - ()verllcan Mountain Owner Wants To Sell Now! Jragnilicent views of Volcan Mountain & the historjln tmn site. Nice quiet residential ncighborhoocl./ Structure was lost to 2r fire, this parcel has potential fbr re-build status vlding Department. Previous home was 816 o bedrooms & one bath. Water meter and utiliti4111re. 6. Low Price Home! 4.5% Financing This Beautiful 900 sq.fl. 3BD, 1BA, Mobile llome has been newly remodeled, includes high-end kitchen appliances, upgraded bathroom, Wood burning stove plus forced air heating, new paint. Owner may finance at 4.5% for 15 years with 20% down. ttomc is move in ready! Fruit trees & Roses. $49,000. 8.. .47 Acres Land- Overlooking Lake Cuyamaca Turn this beautiful panoramic view of mountains and Lake Cuyamaca into the mountain getaway of your dreams. Winter snow on mountain peaks surrounding this lot remind one of Switzerland. 2 lots. sold together, one price. Parcel #9 is .24 Acres and #10 is .23 Acres. Parcel #10 had a 2 BR 1 BA 1596 sq.ft, home. Built in 1974. Parcel #9 always vacant. Seller financing available. 599,000. 9. BRAND NEW HOME Panoramic Views- of Forest & Lake Cuyamaca THE I,A JOLLA OF TIIE MOIJNT1ANS- 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. Five Gift Ideas for Bird Lovers: 1. Sun catcher of their favorite bird, 2. Bird motif coffee mug, 3. Extensive field guide, 4. Songbird calendar. 5. Gift certificate to an online bird store. E-mail: birdingbits@cfl.com 2010 King Features Syndicate, Inc. 12 [ Winter :: -:-:i-::;a wonder :: - ";-*<' The hellebore is a perennial : .:?-- >z, that appears throughout the "/.-' winter and very early spring, often  . with snow still on the ground. "Ihe ; cup-shaped blooms are usually maroon, white or red. They fade to a cream-white color as they age. They can grow as high as 24 inches tall. They like moderate shade in summer and full sun in winter. Source: www.suitel01,com,www.hellebores.org/ 2010 by King Features Syndicate, Inc. World rights reserved. by Larry Cox Teddy Bear Q: I love teddy bears and recently inherited one that has been in my family for almost a century. It is a blond-colored mohair bear made by Farnell, with glass eyes and defined paws. I would like to get an idea of how much it is worth for insurance purposes. Can you help me? -- Susan, Amsterdam, N.Y. A: One of the newest guides is the nifty Collector's Guide to Teddy Bears, by Judith Miller and published by Firefly Books. Miller, who had a Merrythought Bear as a child, claims your bear was crafted in about 1918 and is worth in the $1,500 to $3,000 range, depending on condition. Q: When I was a kid, I took my PB&J sandwiches to school in a "Star Trek" lunch box made by Aladdin. It is still in fairly decent condition with its original thermos bottle. I have been offered $150 for it, but am hesitant. What is your advice? -- Charlie, Los Gates, Calif. A: Your lunch box was manufactured in 1968 and is valued at $450, according to Toys and Prices, edited by Karen O'Brien (Krause, $19.99). I contacted two collectors, who both agreed with this assessment. Q: I have seven pieces of Red Wing pottery and wonder if you can recommend a good price guide. -- Laura, Greenfield, Mass. A: There are several excellent guides. My personal favorite is Warman's Red Wing Pottery, by Mark F. Moran (Krause, $24.99). It lists more than 2,000 Red Wing pieces with 1,200 illustrations m full color. There also is a history of the company, an index of shape numbers, and prices that I think accurately reflect current values. 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@ aoLcom. Due to the large volume of mail he receives, Mr. Cox is unable to personally answer all reader questions. Do not send any materials requiring return mail. (c) 2010 King Features Synd., Inc.