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California Outdoors for the week of 8/1/2014

Carrie Wilson
California Department of Fish and Wildlife
8/1/2014


Game fences

Question: I have been hunting deer and elk out of state for years. Every western state I have hunted has installed game fencing adjacent to highways where big game frequents and/or migrates. Why in the heck doesn’t California do this? I live in Grass Valley and Interstate Highway 49 is always being widened, but never does the work include game fencing or game “underpasses.” I have never seen or read any information coming from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife recommending game fencing along California highways.

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Fishing Report for the week of 8/1/2014

Fishing Report 7-30 Sports

7/30/14

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with Gone Fishing standing head




Whether the glass is half full or half empty, it is warm water in that glass






Michael Condon
Staff Writer
8/1/2014

“A bad day of fishing is better than a good day of work.”

—Author unknown

It is hard to know how to accurately describe the fishing this time of year.

I tend to be a “glass is half full” sort of person generally. But talking about the fishing this time of year it is hard to ignore the empty half of the glass, and the warm water in the glass.

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Almanor Fishing association to hold barbecue

Feather Publishing
8/1/2014

The Almanor Fishing Association reports it’s family fun and barbecue time. People can mark their calendars for the association’s 22nd Annual Family Barbecue and Fundraiser. “The family-friendly event is sure to be a fun-filled evening that you won’t want to miss,” say organizers.

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Quincy High boys attend final summer basketball camp

Mike Woodley
Special to Feather Publishing
8/1/2014

On July 19 – 20, Quincy’s varsity boys basketball team traveled to Antelope to compete in a two-day camp against some of the larger schools of the Sac-Joaquin section. This was yet another chapter in the “David vs. Goliath” saga of summer basketball for the Trojans.

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