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Fishing Report for 10/11/2010

Don't like the weather? 

  If you don't like the weather, just wait a while and it will change.

  Around the first of October, the temperatures were running about 90 degrees; unseasonably warm. Suddenly overnight, the skies were filled with thunder and lightning, the temperatures had dropped significantly and the wind was blowing. Now, temperatures seem to be settling somewhere near normal for this time of year.

  You may be wondering what all those changes mean for fish and we anglers who pursue them. I thought I would ask an expert.

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Golf results for the week of 10/13/2010

10/13/2010

Graeagle Meadows Women

  Following monthly Ace of Aces competitions, the Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club had the final playoff Sept. 30. The winner for low gross was Priscilla Piper with Donna Swanson winning for low net.

Read more: Golf results for the week of 10/13/2010

  

Portola victorious over Hamilton City

 

Shannon Morrow
Sports Editor
10/6/2010


With a beautiful new scoreboard in use for its first ever game, the Portola High School football team christened it with a thrilling 39-36 victory over Hamilton last Friday.

“We battled all night,” said Portola coach Steve Heskett. “We played four quarters of football.”

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Lady Vols stage a remarkable turnaround

Shannon Morrow
Sports Editor
10/13/2010

It was one of the most remarkable turnarounds anybody had ever seen in a high school volleyball game.

After being handily beaten in the first two games and falling behind 15-8 in game three, it looked as if the Chester Volcanoes were going to lose 3-0 in an important league match against Redding’s University Prep last Thursday night.

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Fishing Report for 10/6/2010

 

Fishing in the fall colors

 

Michael CondonLeaf
Staff Writer
Internet@plumasnews.com


Plumas County is well known for its exceptional fishing opportunities, among the best in the state. The many excellent lakes get the most attention due to their healthy populations of large fish.

Read more: Fishing Report for 10/6/2010

  

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