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California Outdoors for the week of 9/28/2011

Creating a private hunting ranch

Question: I’ve been toying with the idea of opening a private hunting ranch and importing animals (mostly pigs) for the ranch. I’d like to research the licensing and regulations. Are there both state and federal regulations? Since the animals will undoubtedly come from out of state, what other agencies (state or federal) would I need to consult?

—Mark C.

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Fishing Report for the week of 9/21/2011


Michael Condon
Staff Writer
mcondon@plumasnews.com

 

Nothing makes a fish bigger than almost being caught.

—Author Unknown

 

Day length is getting shorter by nearly two minutes a day. High temperatures are on the decline.

Fall is just around the corner.

The fishing will soon be in transition to a fall pattern. But it is not there yet.

We are still in a late summer pattern. That means the fishing is a bit on the slow side. But don’t despair; patient anglers are being rewarded with nice fish.

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Golf Report for the week of 9/21/2011

LACC Women’s Golf Club

Sept. 13; Low Gross and Putts

First flight: first place, Mary Craig; second place, Sue Hudson; third place, Sandy Feeney; fourth place, Darlene Donaldson.

Second flight: first place, Barbara Marquardt, Carol Parish; third place, Karen Smidt; fourth place, Joan Johnson.

Chip-ins: Sandy Feeney, Mary Craig.

Putts: Marcia Spooner.

Birdies: Mary Craig, Sue Hudson, Shirley Freeman.

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Greenville High Volleyball racks up big wins

Feather Publishing
9/21/2011

 

The Greenville High School volleyball team captured two big wins last week against formidable Chester and Quincy teams, showing that the smallest school in the county can take down its considerably larger counterparts.

Greenville coach Lauren Allen said her team had a rough start to its season, but that only inspired her players to work even harder.

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Fishing Report for the week of 9/14/2011

Michael Condon

Men and fish are alike. They both get into trouble when they open their mouths.

—Author unknown

 

Trout Unlimited

One of the reasons we enjoy such excellent fishery resources is that we have dedicated volunteers who contribute their time and energy to help protect and enhance our fishery resources.

The Feather River Chapter of Trout Unlimited is one such organization. They have some upcoming events that you can get involved in.

The Great Sierra River Cleanup is a weekend event that brings volunteers from schools and organizations from throughout the region together to make a huge difference by cleaning up local waterways.

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