California Outdoor News

Carrie Wilson
California Department Fish & Game

Is it legal to hunt surf scoters?

Q: I would like to hunt sea ducks and target surf scoters this waterfowl season. Is this legal? If so, how does one know where it is legal to hunt from shore? Also, if hunting from a boat, I know the motor must not be utilized except to retrieve birds. What other guidelines are there for hunting from a boat?    A. Surf scoters and other sea ducks are found along the entire coast but hunting for them is more popular north of the Golden Gate Bridge in Northern California (such as Humboldt Bay) and in Oregon and Washington.

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Wrestlng tourney comes to Chester

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Portola wrestler Noah Vaglivielo overpowers his opponent before winning by a pin.

Photo by Shannon Morrow

The 39th annual Chester Invitational Wrestling Tournament attracted 20 high school teams from Northern California and Nevada last Friday and Saturday, Dec. 3-4.

Chico won the tournament, followed by Fernley in second place and Chester in third.

The Chester Volcanoes are again being led by long-time coach Tom Maumoynier, who retired several years ago, but generously picked up the torch again after former Chester coach Tom Rogers was hired as the wrestling coach at Lassen College this season.

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Holland Classic







Greenville’s Justin Posch leaps way above a Westwood defender at the John Holland Classic last Saturday. The Greenville boys’ team went 3-2 overall.

Photo by Shannon Morrow


Fishing Report for the week of 12/8/2010

It’s not time to put the fishing gear away yet

Michael Condon
Staff Writer

November brought an unusual amount of snow and cold weather to the Plumas County.

Usually November weather systems bring us rain, but cold north winds brought the snow level down lower than normal for this time of year.

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Quincy Trojans fight well, but come up just short in Northern Section Champions

Shannon Morrow
Keyshon Johnson catches a long pass in the first half of the Northern Section title game Wednesday, Nov. 24. Photos by Shannon Morrow
Sports Editor

In the Northern Section championship game Nov. 24, the Quincy High School football team put up a good fight against top-seeded Maxwell, but fell short in the end 14-6.

After trailing 14-0 at halftime, the Quincy Trojans scored on a short touchdown run by quarterback Cameron Diaz Deleon, while shutting out Maxwell’s potent offense throughout the second half.

“I’m very proud of our defense,” said Quincy coach Tom Goss. “We were pretty solid, except for a couple long plays.”

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