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Fishing Report for the week of 4/20/2011

Michael Condon
Internet@Plumasnews.com

Ocean salmon season returns

The Pacific Fishery Management Council has set the 2011 salmon seasons for ocean waters off California and anglers are going to enjoy, for the first time in several years, a full-blown season. This is very good news.

The ocean recreational season will be open through early September on the far northern California coast and through the end of October for most of the remaining coast. All areas have a daily bag and possession limit of two king salmon (also called chinook) and a minimum size limit of 24 inches. Coho salmon must be released.

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California Outdoors

Carrie Wilson
California Department Fish & Game
CalOutdoors@dfg.ca.gov

Planting wild turkeys on private land?

Q. I have a few questions about putting Eastern wild turkey poults out on private land. I just love to hunt them.
There are turkeys out there already but I would like for there to be a lot more.
How or what can be done to get more turkeys planted on the property?

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Golden Eagles sweep Lassen College

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FRC freshman Cody Bonner lets a high pitch go by last weekend in Susanville. The Golden Eagles beat Lassen 9-3 and 9-1 Saturday, April 9. Photos by Kayleen Taylor

4/13/2011 - The Feather River College baseball team swept a four-game Golden Valley Conference series against Lassen College to complete seven games in a seven-day stretch, bringing the Golden Eagles’ winning streak to 11 games.

The Golden Eagles defeated the Cougars by scores of 19-3, 9-3, 9-1 and 3-2. With the sweep, Feather River head coach Terry Baumgartner collected his 497th career win in his 14th season as a college head coach. The Golden Eagles improved their record to 24-4 overall and 17-1 in conference.

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Fishing Report for the week of 4/13/2011

Fishing Report
Michael Condon
4/13/2011

I don’t know about you, but I am chomping at the bit to get out and do some fishing.  But as I look out my window while I write this……it is snowing….again.  Hopefully, and according to the weather forecasters, that won’t be the case by the time you read this.  Enough is enough.  By this time of year, we still have a few spring storms ahead of us.  But they should be more like warm showers than heavy snow storms.

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California Outdoors

Feather Publishing
4/13/2011

Bringing back puma season?

Question: I am looking for some information on the seriousness of the apparent increase in mountain lion attacks in the news lately. There have been several incidents of bears attacking humans, and we have a bear season. I’m wondering if it might not be time to reconsider having a mountain lion season? I understand that more mountain lions are killed each year now with depredation permits than were ever killed with a mountain lion season.

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