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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, April 5, 2017 5C AND SCHEDULES March 28 . Baseball: FRC 9, Siskiyous 2 FRC 4, Delta 11 PHS vs. N. Valley cancelled GHS 11, Williams 2 GHS 4, Williams 0 Softball: GHS 7, Williams 8 GHS 12, Williams 14 March 29 Softball: QHS 27, GHS 12 March 30 Beach Volleyball: FRC 0, St. Mary's 5 March 31 Baseball: PHS 4, Loyalton 10 Volcano Classic GHS 8, CHS 2 GHS 3, Burney 7 BRAWL Tournament QHS 9, HUG 1 QHS 11, Western 1 QHS 9, Mineral Co. 0 QHS 0, N. Valley 10 Softball: FRC 3, Lassen 1 FRC 3, Lassen 2 Beach Volleyball FRC 4, W. Valley 1 FRC 3, Gavilan 2 April 1 Baseball: FRC6, Redwoods 3 HUG Tournament QHS 10, Mineral Co. 0 QHS 0, N. Valley 10 Volcano Classic CHS 5, Big Valley 6 CHS 1, Redding 5 GHS 11, Maxwell 5 Softballi Los Molinos Tourney CHS 7, Hayfork 7 CHS 14, Westwood 12 CHS 4, Los Molinos 2 CHS 1, Burney 11 FRC 4, Redwoods 3 FRC 9, Redwoods 1 April 3 Baseball: CHS vs. Loyalton 4 p.m. Softball: , CHS vs. Loyalton 4 p.m. April 4 Baseball: PHS at QHS 4 p.m. CHS vs. Burney 4 p.m. Softball: PHS at QHS 4 p.m. CHS vs. Burney 4 p.m. April 5 Baseball: GHS vs. PHS I p.m. Softball: GHS vs. PHS 4 p.m. April 6 CHS baseball at Los Molinos April 7 Baseball: PHS at Maxwell 1 & 3 p.m. QHS at Esparto noon & 3 p.m. GHS vs. Princeton 2 p.m. Softball: FRC vs. Shasta noon & 2 p.m. GHS vs. Princeton 2 & 3:30 p.m. QHS at Esparto 1 & 3 p.m. Beach Volleyball: FRC vs. Cabrfllo !1 a.m. FRC vs. Foothill 11 a.m. April 8 Baseball: FRC at Lassen I & 4 p.m. Softball: FRC vs. Lassen noon & 2 p.m. April 9 Baseball: FRC at Lassen 2 p.m. April 10- 11 Greenville-Quincy Baseball Tournament April 12 Softball: FRC at Redwoods noon & 2 p.m. April 14 Baseball: CHS at Mercy 6:30 p.m. FRC vs. Butte 2:30 p.m. Softball: CHS at Mercy 4 p.m. Beach Volleyball'. FRC vs. Sierra 1 p.m. FRC vs. Redwoods 1 p.m. April 15 Beach Volleyball: FRC vs. S. Idaho at noon FRC vs. Chico State 2 P.m. Baseball: FRC at Butte 1 p.m. Softball: FRC at Ohlone noon April 17 Baseball: QHS vs. GHS 4 p.m. &2p.m. April 18 Softball: QHS vs. Etna 1 & 3 p.m. Baseball: CHS at Redding 4 p.m. April 19 Baseball: QHS at Biggs noon & 3 p.m. Softball: GHS vs. CORE Butte 2 & 4 p:m. April 21 Softball: FRC vs. Butte noon & 2 p.m. QHS at Biggs 4 p.m. CHS at Burney 4 p.m. Baseball: GHS vs. A.C.A. 2 & 4 p.m CHS at Burney 4p.m. FRC vs. Shasta 3 p.m. Beach Volleyball: FRC vs. Gavilan 11 a.m. FRC vs. W. Valley 11 a.m. April 22 Softball: FRC at Siskiyous noon & 2 p.m. PHS vs. CHS 1 p.m. Baseball: PHS vs. CHS 1 p.m. FRC vs. Shasta noon & 3 p.m. April 24 Baseball: PHS vs. Modoc 4 p.m. April 25 Baseball: PHS vs. QHS 4 p.m. Softball: PHS vs. QHS 4 p.m. April 26 Baseball: FRC at Siskiyous 2 p.m. GHS at Tulelake 2 & 4 p.m. CHS at Princeton 4 p.m. Softball: GHS at Tulelake 2 & 4 p.m. April 27 Baseball: FRC at Siskiyous i p.m. Softball: QHS vs. Maxwell 1 & 3 p.m. Beach Volleyball: FRC at Northern Cal. Playoffs April 28 Baseball: QHS vs. Maxwell 1 & 3 p.m. GHS vs. Happy Camp 2 & 4 p.m. PHS vs. Biggs 2 & 4 p.m. CHS vs. Los Molinos 4 p.m. Softball: PHS vs. Biggs 2 & 4 p.m. CHS vs. Los MolinosA p.m. Beach Volleyball FRC at Northern Cal. Playoffs May 1 Base.baU: .GHS at Durham 4 p.m. Softball: PHS at Westwood 2 & 4 p.m. May 2 Baseball: QHS at Loyalton 4 p.m. CHS vs: Mercy 4 p.m. Softball: QHS at Loyatton 4 p.m. CHS vs. Mercy 4 p.m. May 4 Baseball: CHS vs. Redding 4 p.m. May '5 Baseball: GHS at Loyalton 2 & 4 p.m. PHS vs. Esparto 1:30 & 4 p.m. Softball: GHS at Loyalton 2 & 4 p.m. PHS vs. Espart0 1:30 & 3:30 p.m. Beach Volleyball FRC at Cal State Championships May 8 Baseball: QHS vs. Loyalton 4 p.m. Softball: QHS vs. L0yalton 4 p.m. May 9 Softball: GHS vs. QHS 4 p.m. PHS at Maxwell I & 3 p.m. April 29 May 12 Baseball: Softball: FRC at Yuba 1 p.m. QHS vs. Orland 4 p.m. Michael Condon Staff Writer mcondon@plumasnews.com The gods do not deduct from man's allotted span the hours spent in fishing Babylonian Proverb In last week's report, I focused on Lake Almanor. Almanor is still a good bet. . Fishing is not red hot, but patient anglers trolling near the surface or fi l in'g from shore are picki /g up some very nice browns and rainbows. The shallow water in the west lobe of the lake offers the best clarity and the slightly warmer water is holding more feed. That is the.place to be although the north side of the peninsula is producing some nice action too. But there is another excellent opportunity this time of year for the adventurous angler. Ice-out fishing can be fantastic, but it doesn't last long. And many of the higher elevation lakes are in the process of ice melt. Think about the changes a lake goes through when the ice first begins to melt. The ice has literally acted like an airtight lid on the lake for several months. The ice severely limits the amount of food and oxygen entering the lake all winter long. When the ice begins to melt and pull , back from the shoreline the lake is able to receive food and oxygen that had not been available for months. The first week or so after the ice begins to melt is a great time to be on the water. The trout are eager to regain the weight they have lost during the winter and the increased oxygen gives them the energy and the urge to pursue food sources more actively than they have been able to do for months. Baitfish respond to the same changes in the lake and the larger trout will cruise the shoreline looking for them. This is a time of great change in trout habitat and behavior. They are less likely to be locked into a single food source and more likely to be feeding opportunistically. Wolly buggers, wiggle nymphs and zug bugs are some of my favorite flies. Insect activity is ' still limited so I shy away from insect imitations and dry flies unless I seem some midges or small mayflies. If I am spin fishing, I like. smaller spinner and lures. Kastmasters are my favorite because of their versatility. They can be fished at various depths and east superbly. They always have a nice fish-attracting wobble at any speed, even when jigged. Try casting toward the inlet and retrieving the lure or fly as the current carries it into the lake. If there is a breeze on the water, try a small jig under a bobber. The ripples on the surface of the water can give the jig a very enticing action. . Fish tend to cruise the shoreline during ice-out. That is a good strategy for the angler too. Keep moving until you find fish. Spend a bit of extra time near inlets. That inlet current carries feed and holds more oxygen than the still water. Food and oxygen are both high on the trout's list of priorities this time of the season. The still water gives the fish the opportunity to suspend right next to the current without expending much energy so working the seems of the current is a good bet. Outflows act somewhat similar to inlets. The water may hold a bit less oxygen but the outlet flows tend to concentrate the feed. If you prefer to fish from one spot, a suspended night crawler or power bait floated off the bottoms will attract cruising fish. So where Should you go to experience some good ice-out fishing? Lake Davis and Frenchman are two of the better and certainly safer options, Both lakes , curretitly fultand spill'ing J over right now and they are partially accessible :by road. There is not yet road access to the full shore, including the inlets, but the dams can be reached by road. Safety is a key issue for ice-out anglers. Most of our high elevation lakes are still snowed in. There are a variety of methods for over-snow travel, ranging from quads and snow machines to skis and snowshoes. All of these methods can become difficult if not dangerous in deep, soft snow. Do not travel alone. Make sure someone knows where you are going. Cell phones do not work in most of our mountainous backcountry so do not rely on them. Be sure to carry the appropriate survival gear. If you are not an experienced backcountry traveler, it is best to stick to the lakes with plowed road access. This is a great time to get out and shake off that cabin fever. Watching the mountain ecosystem wake up from a long snowy winter is just icing on the cake. John McDonald of Concord recently caught and released this beautiful brown trout at Lake Almanor, John was trolling a Rapala near the tip ~f,~th'e penii~l~v~ith~Captain~ryan, Raccucci of Big Daddy's'Guide Service, This is just one of many big browns Bryan'S clients have hooked in the past few weeks, Photo submitted - Eugene Hoskinson .:i : .... Susanville Weed Abatebent ..... Your,ad will reach over 20,000 homes every week. Call one of our offices today: Lassen County Times Chester Progressive 257-5321 258-3115 Portola Reporter 832-4646 Westwood PinePress Feather River Bulletin Indian Valley Record 258-3115 283-0800 258-3115