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A woolly bugger might be the ticket for challenging summer fishing

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Megan Dalling and Teri DuBose, of Chico, with a few of the 25 fish they caught on a half-day trip with Ben Williams, of Fish Dog Outdoors.

 

 

There is a reason why the woolly bugger is one of the most popular fishing flies ever. All fly fishers know the woolly bugger, or just plain “bugger,” as a go-to fly in almost any situation.

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Knuckle Draggers present triathlon at Lake Almanor

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This is the beautiful West Shore of Lake Almanor, where the Knuckle Dragger triathlon will take place.

 

 

The Knuckle Draggers, a Susanville athletic group comprised of California Correctional Center and High Desert State Prison custody staff, are once again presenting a fundraising event with the goal of raising money to help children who have been severely sexually abused.

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Community supports softball star’s trip to Italy

Monday, June 15, 2015 — Thanks to the generous support of many individuals and the Susanville business community, Lassen High School softball star Jessie Kerby will travel to Italy next month to represent our community and country as a member of the USA Athletes International team.
    “The outpouring of generosity and support has been heartwarming,” said Julie Williams, Kerby’s mother. “We have received an abundance of donations and gifts and want you all to know we are so very grateful. We want to acknowledge the friends, family and community who have helped us make this opportunity happen for Jessie.”
     “We’ll be leaving for Italy on my 16th birthday,” Kerby said. “I’m kind of overwhelmed, but I’m also really excited about having a new experience. Having the support of the community means everything to me. It’s so awesome the way everybody supported me going to Italy.”

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Whirling disease hits North State hatcheries

Sunday, June 14, 2015 — During routine hatchery and fish health checks, California Department of Fish and Wildlife fisheries pathologists found that captive-raised fish at the Darrah Springs Trout Hatchery — located in the Battle Creek watershed east of Redding — tested positive for whirling disease.
    Prior to the discovery, trout were transferred from an infected raceway at Darrah Springs to Mt. Shasta Hatchery.
    While fish transferred to the Mt. Shasta Hatchery from Darrah Springs Hatchery tested positive for the parasite, it is still unknown if biological and environmental conditions allowed it to complete its lifecycle at that location. Approximately 3 million rainbow and brown trout at both hatcheries are now under quarantine and will undergo testing.

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LCC men’s basketball sports camp

Saturday, June 13, 2015 — It is summer time, which means one thing, it is time for summer camps. The Lassen Community College men’s basketball team is hosting its first-ever co-ed multi sports and activities camp. Campers will play all sorts of games from capture the flag to ultimate Frisbee.

There will be three separate camps throughout the summer, the first one starts Monday, June 15 and will go until Thursday, June 18. The camp will take place at Lassen College and each day will have three sessions: 8 to 10:30 a.m. will be for children who are in kindergarten to third-grade, 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. will be for children in fourth-grade to sixth-grade and 2 to 4:30 p.m. will be for children in seventh-grade to 12th grade.

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