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Feather River Rodeo team continues to excel

Feather Publishing
4/27/2011
Rodeo sports 4.27

Dustin Moody, a sophomore on the Feather River College rodeo team, won the all-around championship at the prestigious Cal Poly rodeo in San Luis Obispo. Photo submitted

 

A huge crowd of over 2,500 spectators were in attendance at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo for the 71st annual Cal Poly Rodeo, and the FRC rodeo team made their presence known. The men’s team continued their domination of the West Coast Region, extending their lead in the regional standings, while the women’s team ended up second for the weekend behind Cal Poly but putting some distance between itself and rival UNLV.

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Fishing Report for the week of 4/27/2011

Michael Condon

Trout stream season opens April 30, Kayaking likely better than fishing

The official opening of the trout stream fishing season has always been one of my favorite spring rituals. That may have more to do with the promise of things to come in the coming weeks than it has to do with the actual fishing that weekend.

Let’s face it, the season opener usually means high flows and off-color water. With so much rain and snow this year, it is likely to be worse than normal.

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Golden Eagles win 11th straight; sweep No. 2 ranked Siskiyous

4/20/2011 -
The beginning of April saw the Feather River College softball program staring down a stretch of Golden Valley Conference games including 14 games in 12 days. With inclement weather and many games being rescheduled, the Golden Eagles began to find out what they are made of. During this stretch the Golden Eagles rattled off 11 straight wins and currently hold a 25-6 overall record and a 13-1 record in Golden Valley Conference play. Add a comment

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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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