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December 16, 2009 The Julian News 11 • FISHING REPORT • , News from i" , Lake Cuyamaca J Last Week's Results and , This Week's Prognosis December 11, 2009 Greeting from Lake Cuyamaca Our Hours Have Changed. December and January the lake has Waterfowl Hunting Every Wednesday and Sunday Morning. That Means That We are Closed All Day on b Wednesdays and Do Not '.! O_P_9.D. for Fishing on Sunday ' until 10 am. The Tackle Shop ~ i Opens at 8 am on the other ~. Week Days and at 6 am on L" Saturday. The weather has been cold and .rainy with a few snow showers in "the mix. The Trout don't seem to ~icare. They are biting on pretty • much everything. [ On Sunday, eleven ducks were 'taken. 6 Bufflehead, 3 Shovelers, and 2 Pinta/Is. Wednesday, O " only 2 ducks were taken. One I'Mallard, one Shoveler• There ilare still a couple of blinds that are available. The price is $75 for a one day hunt. If you are "interested, please call the District office at 619-447-8123. Ask for ~' Georgia. c- Andy Woener of Santee was back this week, a couple of °times, and scored two limits of ~Rainbows. Largest was 2 1/2 (~ pounds. At the N. Finger Jetty. Justin Streud caught 3 Trout, the largest at 2 pounds. He was • fishing with Guy Graham and ( Dale Zorczynskl. All together i.they took 9 pounds of fish from " Lone Pine Area. The free fishing class is held p- .every Saturday at the Launch Ramp. Meet Ranger Charlie at 10 AM. The decontamination wash -down is required for all private vessels before launch. Float tubes and waders must also be washed down before using the Lake. There is a fee for the i~' washdown. ii For further information or to make reservations for condos, cabins or I[ camping, please call 877-581-9904. ii' i|' i)' ~¢ It's easy to pick children whose if if mothers are good housekeepers," " they are usually found in other !E!.., OPEN MONDAY - FRIDAY 8:3OAM TO 5PM -- Anonymous America's Most Hated 1. Liver 2. Lima 3. Mayonnaise 4. Mushrooms\ 5. Eggs ) ---6. Okra Talk to me about other Great listings. Listed for $549,000. Rick Dyer,•age.t Off: 760-765-1111 Cel: 760-213-1185 Email: Apple Junction RE Local/), owned 25 years OL~• J. Our Old Neighbor, Ekwak I am willing to wager, that every Julian resident has seen at least one deer in our mountains. Many of us see more than one, if not a small herd on a regular basis. This cannot be said of the residents of other surrounding towns. The sightings of deer in and around Julian are legendary to local hunters, and this brings them to our area to hunt Ekwak (Ipai for deer). Pine Hills residents probably see more deer than other Julian locals, and of course more hunters. Hunters are looking for a harvestable deer, and usually will respect property lines, I recommend marking your property as non- hunting land. Every game warden interprets the trespassing laws differently, so you should contact your on-duty warden for questions on properly posting your property. So, why so many deer? There are a lot of reasons, the first being the fact that it is illegal to harvest deer, except in season. Another reason is the fact that much of the local habitat is off limits to hunters, and the deer seem to know where they are safe. Of course after the Cedar fire, we were able to see a lot more deer, both from the abundance of new grazing and the lack of brush, for cover. It has been observed by many mountain folk that the does started having twins after the fire. This has doubled the breeding rate and increased the concentration of deer in our area. So hunting Ekwak is necessary, a resource that has been used for thousand of years, on state property. So residents of Orange, Los Angeles or Riverside counties swarm into our area to hunt. It is to hard to get your tag filled in those counties, too many hunters, too much development = no deer. So these determined hunters go south for the possibility of an easy harvest. I don't welcome the transient hunter here, this goes for turkey hunters as well. If you have to drive more than 50 miles for a hunt, go to a hunting club or ranch• Locals might wait years to get the chance to hunt an old buck, one that was seen for years, but let grow. Then when the time is right, and a younger buck matures to his position, the shot is taken, and an old friend falls. The circle of life completed by a neighbor, and not disrupted by a stranger. Local Musician, Music Teacher Arrested A warrant was issued for his arrest on Monday(12/7). Kinney's arrest came after a three-month investigation by the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force and the District Attorney's Office, sheriff's officials said. El Cajon Superior Court Judge Charles Ervin ordered Kinney held on $250,000 bail and set a readiness conference for Jan. 14. A preliminary hearing was set for Jan. 28. Kinney has been playing music 8. at local establishments and Mark Lewis Kinney, 47, of sitting in with other bands, as 9. Santa Ysabel, was arrested well as teaching music. 10. Gelatin Wednesday(12/9) at his home Authorities fear there may on the 1600 block of Springview be additional victims. Many of Source: I Road. He was booked on eight his music students have been J counts of a lewd act with a children. © 2009 by King Features Syndicate, lnc. child, two counts of making Anyone withinformationabout. World rights reserved, child pornography, and one Kinney or other victims can call count of possession of child sheriff's Detective Chris Davis at pornography. (858) 974-2310 ~CT--~,~ ...... _ A native of Asia, this plant will • die down to the ground in cold -, weather, but will quickly _i-1Cindy BYOOk I "1 ..- re g row as hi g h as 6 Gifts for Bird Lovers I : . l , ' feet when warm li' 1. Bird-watcher journal. I Bu.tterfly weather returns. 2. girdT_shirt.motif coffee mug or I It bears very i¢ ,,: 3. Binoculars or field guide I ii (i i fragrant white 1::,,, (or both,). [ flowers that i,' 4. Songbird calendar (kang I [ are somewhat ; ~ r publishes several), h shaped like i',,, 5. Birdingmusic cD.bY ear or nature \ ( butterflies. @ 2009 by King Features Syndicate, Inc, World dghts reserved, Strange • It was American comedian Joey Adams who made the following sage observation: "If it weren't for the fact that the TV set and the refrigerator are so far apart, some of us wouldn't get any exercise at all." • A butterfly's sense of taste is located on its feet. • You know that smoking is hazardous to your health, but you might not realize all the different types of damage it can do. For instance, a shop in Great Britain required more than $400,000 in repairs to its roof due to a fire from a cigarette• A fire from an inadequately extinguished butt isn't at all unusual, but in this case it wasn't because the owner -- or any other person -- was careless. It seems a sparrow that had been building its nest in the store's eaves liked to use cigarette butts. The bird evidently picked one up that was still burning, eventually setting the building alight. • Every year, doughnut-maker Krispy Kreme uses a whopping 1 million pounds of sprinkles on its pastries. • Coffee is one of the most- traded commodities on earth, second only to oil. • If you, like many others, are trying to figure out how to But True by Samantha Weaver meet that special someone, you might want to reconsider the use of personal ads. Those who study such things claim that approximately 35 percent of people who use personal ads for dating are already married. • The shortest complete sentence in the English language is "Go." Thought for the Day: "My way of joking is to tell the truth. It is the funniest joke in the world." - George Bernard Shaw (c) 2009 King Features Synd., Inc. $*$ According to a recent study by the National Federation of Independent Business, many small-business people are using their credit cards to raise capital that's needed by their business -- depite worsening credit card terms Learn more at www. solutions for Applied Materials, Inc. is the world's largest supplier of equipment to the solar industry and has developed a model for the production of ready-to- operate solar factories. The company says one solar plant in a community, with its solar panels installed locally, could create 2,500 jobs in the area. Holiday Food Drive Update By Vee Lumpkins We are progressing right along with our annual Holiday Food Drive. Our decorated donation boxes for food items have been placed throughout the community - at the schools and shops in town. We've completed the signup process to receive a box. We have many more applicants this year than ever before and hope we will be able to supply many needs. Money donations are needed to pay for the frozen turkeys and hams plus other additional items. Please send your donations to either; Vee Lumpkins P.O. Box 2228 or Barbara Simpson P.O. Box 1023 Julian 92036. I am at the town hall each morning from 8 a.m. until about 11 a.m. except Sundays. Many thanks to everyone who has a part in this project. 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