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Lake fishing remains good despite colder temperature

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Allan Bruzza, of Quincy, displays the beautiful rainbow trout he caught while fly fishing the west shore of Lake Almanor.
Photo by Michael Condon
Michael Condon
Staff Writer
mcondon@plumasnews.com

“Only when the last tree has been felled, the last river poisoned and the last fish caught, man will know, that he cannot eat money.”
—Cree Indian Chief

Winter is upon us and the fishing has certainly changed. For starters, all streams in the area are closed to fishing now.

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California Outdoors for the week of 12/7/2011

Snake rescue

Question: I am considering venomous snake rescue and relocation and am hoping you will direct me to the proper department. What laws or permits are involved in such a hobby? Are there designated release locations for rescued snakes? Do I need a permit?

—Anonymous

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FRC Volleyball advances past Napa Valley

Shannon Morrow
EagleVB
Outside hitter Callie Aberle, a freshman from Reno, Nev., launches an attack for Feather River College. Aberle registered 14 kills in FRC’s final match.
Sports Editor
sports@plumasnews.com

 

After winning conference with an undefeated record and securing a home playoff game in the Northern California regional brackets, the Feather River College women’s volleyball team earned an exciting win against Napa Valley College Tuesday, Nov. 22.

Playing in front of hundreds of supporters in the FRC gymnasium, the Golden Eagles pulled off a tense five-game victory, much to the delight of the home crowd.

Feather River, ranked sixth with a 21-7 record, had its hands full with 11th-ranked Napa Valley, which entered the match at 19-3 overall.

It took all five games for FRC to eliminate Napa. The final scores were 25-18, 19-25, 24-26, 25-22 and 15-6.

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Quincy girls eliminated from quarterfinals

Shannon Morrow
Sports Editor
11/23/2011

After winning in the first round of the Division V playoffs, the Quincy High School volleyball team was eliminated 3-0 in the quarterfinals by second-seeded U-Prep Tuesday, Nov. 15.

U-Prep went on to the Northern Section championship match, after beating Pierce 3-0 in the semifinals Nov. 17.

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FRC women advance

Feather Publishing
11/23/2011

The Feather River College women's volleyball team won its home playoff game against Napa Valley in five games Tuesday, Nov. 22.

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