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December 30, 2009 FISHING REPORT News from Lake Cuyamaca Last Week's Results and This Week's Prognosis December 23, 2009 MERRY CHRISTMAS and HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM LAKE CUYAMACA Our hours have changed. In December and January the Lake has waterfowl hunting every Wednesday, all day and on Sunday morning. That means we are closed all day on Wednesdays and do not open for fishing on Sundays until 10:00 am. The tackle shop opens at 8 am weekdays and at 6:00 am on Saturday. On Sunday 7 ducks were taken, 5 ruddy, 1 canvasback, and 1 buffle head. There are still some slots available. The price is $75.00 for a one day hunt. If you are interested, please call the District Office at 619-447-8123. Ask for Georgia. We had a little rain and snow/ sleet on Tuesday. It is sunny, with no wind but still cool today. The trout are still biting all over the lake. Notables: John Mitchell caught 2 trout, the largest 5.4 pounds on peach power bait at the floating dock. Billy Summers and Robert Sandburg of Oceanside, caught 5 trout, the largest at 5.2 pounds on night crawlers at Lone Pine. Andy Woerner of Santee caught 5 trout,the largest 4 1/4 pounds on power bait at the Dike. Jack Luzzi, 3 years old and Ed Luzzi of La Mesa caught 4 trout, the largest 4 pounds on night crawler and green power bait at Lone Pine. Rob. Nelson of Valley Center caught 5 trout with a total weight of 24.2 pounds, the largest at 6,1 pounds on a night crawler at .Lone Pine. Mark Fry caught 3 trout weighing a total of 9 pounds/the largest 4 1/2 pounds on power bait near the call box. Amanda Abbott, age 10 of Ramona caught a 5 pound trout on Chartreuse power bait and corn scent at Chambers Park. Don Deatt of Descanso caught 5 trout, the largest at 6 pounds on European night crawler at Chambers Park. Mark Hedderson of La Mesa caught 5 trout, the largest weighing 5 pounds on a Wooley Buger and orange power worm at Lone Pine. Gary Motibe of Descanso caught 2 trout, the largest at 5 1/2 pounds on red power bait and night crawler in corn dip at Chambers Park. Tori and Tom Walton of Temecula caught 4 trout, the largest weighing 5 pounds on rainbow power bait, in a boat near the Willows. The Free fishing class is held every Saturday at the launch ramp. Meet Ranger Charlie at 10:00 am. The decontamination wash down is required for all private vessels before a launch. Float tubes and waders must be washed down before using in the Lake. There is a fee for the wash down. For further information or to make reservations for condos, cabins or camping, please ca//877-581-9904. OPEN MONDAY - FRIDAY 8:3OAM TO 5PM Cindy Brook Holiday Tree This season, why not fill your holiday tree with birds? It's easy to find bird-related items like ornaments, nests, small bird feeders, pinecones, rib- bon, garland, birdhouses, etc. The options are endless. Imagine a tree filled only with red birds. How festive. 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If you meet those standards and think you might be able to be free for a good portion of 2011 and wouldn't mind an extra $300 per workday, it is highly recommend you apply. It is very important that there be normal, unbiased, people to apply for this commission, so that the people might all get to choose our elected officials, rather than having the politicians choose you by drawing their own districts. Before the Voters FIRST Act, California lawmakers were charged with drawing their own legislative and Board of Equalization districts. But California voters changed all that when they authorized the creation of the Citizens Redistricting Commission (Commission) in the November 2008 General Election. Now you can apply to serve on an independent Commission that will draw district boundaries for - First Citizens Commission Seeks Applicants the state Senate, Assembly, and Board of Equalization. Every 10 years, after the federal census, California and every state in the country - must redraw the boundaries of its legislative and State Board of Equalization districts to reflect the new population data. How these boundaries are drawn affects how people are represented. Previously, these boundaries were drawn by lawmakers, but when voters passed Proposition 11 (the Voters FIRST Act) in the November 2008 general election, that responsibility transferred to the people in the form of a new Citizens Redistricting Commission. The Citizens Redistricting Commission must draw the district lines in conformity with strict, nonpartisan rules designed to create districts of relatively equal population that will provide fair representation for all Californians. If you are not applying to be a member of the Commission, you can still participate in the process by reviewing and commenting on the citizens who have applied. If you know an applicant, we welcome your comments. Public comments will be accepted throughout the entire process. The Applicant Review Panel was randomly selected at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, November 16, 2009, at 555 Capitol Mall, Sacramento, CA. The names of those selected to serve on the Applicant Review Panel and their alternates can be accessed here. The application period to apply to be on the Commission began on December 15, 2009 and continues through February 12, 2010, and interested persons must apply on this Web site. As called for by the Voters First Act, the California State Auditor has created--by random drawing--an Applicant Review Panel (ARP). The ARP is made up of three certified public accountants with at least 10 years of independent auditing experience, as required by the Voters FIRST Act. The three panel members are from the California State Auditor's Office and are responsible for reviewing the applications of persons interested in serving on the Citizens Redistricting Commission. 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"These counties provide important services to Californians that may be missed by the Census. This is the perfect opportunity to ensure that these populations are included." The HTC counties were ranked based on their share of the Census 2000 undercount and from figures derived by Department of Finance population projections. HTC refers to people and communities that have been shown to be most at risk of being missed in the census. The Census Bureau identifies HTC communities according to twelve different factors, including housing status, poverty, population mobility, and language spoken at home. In order for the counties to be eligible for funding, County Complete Count Committees must submit a general plan outlining their outreach strategy and how their efforts coordinate and leverage existing federal, state and community outreach activities. The California Complete Count effort, coordinated out of the Governor's Office of Planning and Research, will review general plans, provide technical assistance and allocate the funds in early 2010. The counties below were identified as the top thirteen HTC in the State along with the estimated proportional percent of dollars allocation based on undercount, HTC and non-response rates from Census 2000: 1. Los Angeles 43.0%, 2. San Diego 8.88%, 3. Orange 8.5%, 4. San Bernardino 6.63%, 5. Riverside 5.25%, 6. Alameda 5.0%, 7. Santa Clara 4.38%, 8. Sacramento 4.0%, 9. Fresno 3.88%, 10. San Francisco 3.13%, 11. Kern 2.88%, 12. Contra Costa 2.38%, 13. San Joaquin 2.13% National Census Day is April 1,2010. A complete and accurate count of California's population is essential to the State to ensure adequate funding and representation over the next ten years. The decennial Census is mandated by the U.S. Constitution and participation is required by law. 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