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California Outdoors for the week of 9/19/2012

Carrie Wilson
California Department of Fish and Game

 

Difference between baiting and attractants

    Q: What are the differences between baiting and attractants? I know baiting is illegal but was curious about attractants. What qualifies something as an attractant? Can you please define and differentiate? (Josh L.)

    A: There is no difference … bait is an attractant and an attractant is bait. No specific definition is provided in Fish and Game laws for these terms, but the definition of “baited area” in the California Code of Regulations Title 14, section 257.5 is helpful.

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FRC volleyball team off to a hot start

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Feather River College’s volleyball team jumps up in joy to celebrate a point. FRC won their match against Southwestern Oregon, 3-0.
James Wilson
Sports Reporter
9/12/2012

Feather River College’s volleyball team is off to a good start this season, with five wins and only one loss.

FRC traveled to Gilroy on Aug. 31 for its first set of matches in the annual Gavilan tournament. FRC beat Gavilan 3-0 in its first match.

Later that day, FRC paired up against American River. FRC couldn’t keep up its momentum from the first match and lost 3-0.

The following day, the FRC volleyball team traveled to San Francisco for another  tournament. FRC emerged from the tournament with two more wins. FRC beat San Francisco City College and Reedley College, both 3-0.

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Football in full swing; Tolen honored at QHS

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Quincy’s Keston Pilgrim breaks free from one of Pershing County’s defensive players. Photos by James Wilson
James Wilson
Sports Reporter
sports@plumasnews.com

High school football season is in full effect, as was evident at Quincy High’s first home game of the season Friday, Sept. 7. Football games have always played an essential role in Plumas County’s community and Friday’s game demonstrated that they remain so.

All the aspects that make live games more enjoyable to watch were present Friday: a crowd of parents, children, high school alumni and community members were there cheering the team on.

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Fishing Report for the week of 9/12/2012

Michael Condon
Staff Writer
Internet@plumasnews.com

“Fishing puts me in touch with another of nature's species, in beautiful surroundings that are as old as time. That is where I want to be; that is how I'm renewed.” Joan Salvato Wulff

I spent a few days at Lake Almanor this past weekend. Other than a large gathering of firefighters in their camp at the West Almanor rest area, there is very little sign of the Chips Fire that burned all the way from Highway 70 in the Feather River Canyon to Highway 89 at the south end of Lake Almanor.

This is the “mop up” stage of the fire. Mop-up is very hard work. It is also boring, difficult and dirty work. There is no adrenaline — none of the excitement that attracts young men and women to this line of work.

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Golf Results for the week of 9/12/2012

Feather Publishing
9/12/2012

Lake Almanor Women’s Golf Club

Aug. 30’s game was “Best Three Balls out of the Foursome.”

The team of Julie Azevedo, Carolyn Willhoit, Donna Huhn and Shirley Friedrichs won the pot.

Sept. 6, we played “Low Net & Low Putts.”

Karen Nelson won the pot for Low Putts.

Charlene Ferguson was the sole winner of the chip-in pot.

The first flight winner was Carolyn Willhoit with a 69. The second place winner was Lori Sinclair with a 72

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