The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, August 10, 1956, Page 30, Image 30

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    FISHING
REPORT
(ranlinurd from page )
Is food, Otter. Krma Brtlf and
I.inlnn are fair to (nod. Gold lake
till producing ome large fish.
Lakes in McKenzie Pass area
should provide fair to good fish
ing lor weekend. Steelhead ang
ling is fair to eood on the Sauvie
1 - Island beaches. Good catches of
bullhead catfish are being taken
from PUtrscon lake and Gilbert
i river on Sauvie Island. Trout ang
ling Is fair to good on Clacka nan.
SOCTHWEST
Trmit angling throughout the
.the I'pper Umpqua area is gener
ally siow. Mimmcr steelhead in,
the Steamboat area of the North
l mpo.ua is fair. Salmon angling
at Winchester Bay is very good, i
Weather and bar conditions have I
been good the past few days.
Some bluebaiks are, being taken.
in uaraner area ol lAvter Ump
. qua river. Siltcoos lake porch ang
ling is slow, bullhead anuling is
fair to good. TahkeniWh lake
perch . and bullhead anting is
good. Bass angling is good during
early morning. Mercer and Sutton
lakes are producing some trout
on troll and flv..
CENTRAL :
Kait and Paulina lakes are fair
rnrth Twin lake is good with
Mlmon eggs producing best re
aults. Fly fishing there has been
a little slow. Wickiup reservoir is
lair wnn spinners, llattish or
worms best. South Twin lake is
poor although a few nice catches
rave been taken. Fishing is fair at
Three Creeks lake with bait fish
ing producing best results. Blue
upright fly fishing in the evenings
has been quite good. 'Gold lake is
fair. Davis lake is still picking
tip. Crescent lake , is very good.
Big Mackinaw are being caught
at Odell lake although the weath
er has been pretty bad. Bluebacks
are plentiful in the catch at Crane
..- I'xairie .reservoir-. Rig Lava lake
is still slow. Fishing is uood
at Blue lake on troll. A number
of sizeable rainbows have been
rausht in the Williamson River,
many of them going over the 3-
pmind mark.
NORTHEAST
. Ancling has been good on Pine
and Kagle creeks in Baker Coun
ty. Most other creeks are pro.
ducing hut the fish are small.
Fish lake continues to he fair to
good. The I'pper North. Middle
and South Forks of the John Day
river as well as the Main John
Pay continue to produce good
catches of rainbow. The higher,
small tributaries are producing
. good catches of cutthroat and
smaller rainbow. Good catches of
rainbow ranging up to twenty
. Inches have been taken on deep
troll with spinners and lures at
Olive lake. Aneler success has
been slow at Maqone lake, al
though brook trout up to eighteen
Inches have been caught. Limits
ttl rainbow and eastern ' brook
trout have been taken on deep
troll with flasher blades at Straw
berry lake. Angling remains slow
at Wallowa lake. The Imnnha riv
er is low and clear and angling is
improving. The Wallow and Ixs
tine rivers have been good. Berr
ereck is producing some fair
catches. Some of the high lakes
have been verv good.
SOITHEAST
In Harney County, Fish lake is
excellent for rainbow and fair for
eastern brook. The Blitzen river
Is good. Delintment lake is unprA
dictable as it is poor at times and
produces good catches of rainbow
at times. Silver creek and the
Silvies river arc poor to fair. In
Lake County, Dradhorse and
Campbell lakes are fair. Chewau- i
can river and Dairy creek remain j
good. Anna reservoir is poor.
Drews reservoir and Dog lake are'
poor. Warner Valley streams are
poor. In Malheur County, Owyhee
reservoir is fair In good for bass
during late evening and early
rr.nrning fishing. Crappie fishing
is lair to good. Owyhee river
fair tn good for laic evening fly
fishing. Malheur reservoir is still
producing manv limits of trout.
North Fork Malheur. Little Malheur-
and Willow creek in the
Ironside area are good for small
rainbow. Streams in the south end
of the county are producing limit
ealrhes of rainbow and cutthroats.
Snake river is excellent for small
mouth bass and fair for channel
catfish.
Lahish Cenler won a nalr of sua
pended games from the Salem
Rotary Club Thursday and tnnk
over first place in the Class B
division of the Junior Baseball
League. Lahish now has an 11-3
record. Duttine them hnif.u.im.
ahead of second place Vista Mar
ket, which hat an 11-4 mark.
Labisti won the first game 4 J
Lahish Center Wins Two Games From Rotary, Takes Class B Loop Lead
i and the second one 1-1. Ned
Darling was credited with both
wins.
The first game was a playoff
of a 3-3 lie at the end of seven
i innings July 3. Both teams went
scoreless in the eighth frame and
then in the ninth I.a'iish'i Warren
i Zielinski got on with an error
and scooted home on another
Statesman, Salm, pre., Fri., Aug. 10, '56 (Sec. IV)-3L
Rotary error on Dean West ling's
batted ball.
The second game was the finish
of a 1-1 tie on July 30 and went
two innings past the original com
pleted seven. Both teams again
went scoreless in the eighth. Then
Lahish rallied for a wild-scoring
n'nth with eight runs crossing the
plate.
! Five hits eame In that eighth.
; two by Zielinski and one each by
David Thomas, Darling and Dan
: Lowery,
i It was also disclosed Thursday
night that Truax Oil hai been
ruled the winner over J'a Drive-
' In-Emery'i Market in their sus
pended game of Tuesday night.
' The game had been stopped in the
! fifth because of darkness. The
Junior Baseball rules book states
; that any game that haa gone four
innings or more is a completed
contest if. it has to be atopped
; because of darkness. Truax was
ahead 2 at the end of the fourth.
One suspended and one makeup
'game are scheduled tonight. West
Salem Lions play Nameless Market
i In a ausnended Class C gam and
Berg'i Market meets Tour Corners
Merchants in a Class B makeup
game, both at Barrick.
I ljihlh Onter . BOO 100 Ooa 4
i Rotary Club luo 000 I 4 9
Darllnc and BlXfini; Haialbakar
and Ntrhnli
Lahlih Onlar . ... IW1 isi Wl-l i j
Hntarw f'luh
Hole-in-One Sunk By Scio Golfer
Mil AM 001- 4 1
on one 000 1 i
Wrutllm. Darllnc it) and BIMlna:
Hatrlbakr and Nirhol.
Bob Nave of Fein did Wednes
day what every golfer trie as he
sank a hole-in-one at the Oak
Knoll golf course. Nave got his
ace on the 113-yard third hole us
ing a number I iron.
With Nave at th tim wrm Iwa
Scio friends. Gene Gabrielsen and
nayne .vnrun.
It was the ninth hole-in-one thii'
year at Oak Knoll. Only Monday'
Kent Bauersfeld of Independence
collected the eighth one of the
year.
The Bay Meadowa Futurity ol
1957 wilt '-ast )60,000 race
i added value.
Heavies Meet
'Texas Style'
The newest tiling in rasslin'
new to this part ot the country at
least will make its first Armory
appearance Wednesday night
when Herhic Freeman and Bull
dog Bud Curtis again collide for
Hie farmer's Northwest heavy
weight mat title belt.
The two are to meet in what's
called a "Texas Death Match." a
method often used in the Lone
Star State for grudge battles.
Falls won't mean a thing in the
tussle. The loser will be the gent
who is physically unable to con
tinue, regardless of the .number of
falls and who has 'em..
"The Salem commission upheld
referee Jack Kiser's no-contest de
cision on the match of this week,"
matchmaker Klton Owen told
Thursday, "and 1 guess the only
way to let those guys decide who
gets the title belt is tn put 'em in
one of the Texas style matches.
That should do it."
Freeman and Curtis, two of the
game's strongest, have decided
nothing in two straight outings(!
nrre freeman lost ine nrst wnen
he wrnt berserk, clobbered every
body and lost via disqualification.
Curtis was winner, for about 10
seconds, this week when he
.sneaked a "Sunday" on ref Kiser
and then downed Freeman. But
Kiser - reversed tho verdict and
left the meas up to the commis
sion. ... Freeman atill has the belt, and
it will be up in the Wednesday
mix.
. Next week's matches will be
held on Wednesday night, since;
Owen has turned over the Armory
tn the Kiwanis convention here
Tuesday. I
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