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Trolling proving to be best method on Eagle Lake

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Chenoa Campbell, left from Kennewick, Washington, and Ashlyn Hedrick, from Reno, hold up their limits, caught while trolling with Valerie Aubrey at Eagle Lake.

 

 

Trolling: It’s been all over the place for me depending on where and what I am fishing near.  The trout have been about 18 to 25 feet deep in general the last few days and later I have gone as deep as 32 feet.  We have also caught between 12 and 16 feet deep when following the pelicans and baitfish but they are hard to keep up with. 

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Swing for Cancer tournament set for September

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A four-man team poses for a picture during last year’s Swing for Cancer golf tournament.

Both the annual Swing for Cancer golf tournament and 5K Run or Walk for Cancer are set for, Sept. 5. The 5k Run or Walk for Cancer check in will be at 7:30 a.m. and the event will start at 8:30 a.m. The golf tournament will have a shotgun start at 11 a.m. at the Diamond Mountain Golf Course.

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FMX and BMX perform jaw-dropping stunts

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FMX pro Vinnie Carbone, top and BMX pro Ty Callias perform a dual stunt, for the second showing during the Lassen County Fair.

 

 


There was a new show at the Lassen County Fair this year. The freestyle motocross and bicycle motocross took place Sunday, July 19 at the grandstands. It wasn’t a huge crowd of people, but it was an enthusiastic and loud one. Everyone looked to enjoy themselves as they smiled and cheered for the riders. The show was

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Eagle Lake Guardians raise $17,500 for Eagle Lake project

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Overlooking Spaldings “new” marina boat launch ramp as it sits far from any water of Eagle Lake.

 

 

 

Eagle Lake has been suffering from drought for many years now, among other problems like the Eagle Lake Trout not having a natural spawn in many years and non-native Brook Trout living in Pine Creek. These are some of

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California approves sling bow hunting

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John “Chief A.J.” Huffer draws back his ‘Elite’ sling bow and takes aim while donning hunting clothes and face paint.

 

 

 

John “Chief A.J.” Huffer of the Cherokee Nation, one of the manufacturers of sling bows was informed by Kirsten Macintyre of the California Department of Fish and Wildlife that for the up-and-coming 2015 general deer season, powerful

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Wednesday, September 02, 2015