Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, November 20, 1980, Page EIGHT, Image 8

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    EIGIIT-The Heppner Gaiette-Ttmes, Heppner, Oregon, Thursday. November 20, 1980
Energy Fair leaves
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Around fifty area citizens emerged from the Heppner
Elementary multi-purpose room last Thursday night feeling
(hopefully) a little more optimistic about being able to meet
their energy needs.
The Enerev Fair, sponsored bv the HeDDner-Ione branch
of the American Association of University Women,
emphasized small scale and residential energy usage.
Featured speakers at the program were Corrine
Lindsay, John Nordheim, David Burns, Gene Rietmann,
Paul Sumner, Harry Kennison and Noreen Leary.
Pictured above is David Burns of the East Oregon Solar
Group.
Heppner
basketball
schedules
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Dale
Dec. 6
Dec . 8
Dec. 16
Dec. 20
Jan. 6
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Jan. 13
Jan 22
Jan. 27
Feb. 3 .
Feb. 10
Feb, 16
Opponent
lone
Riverside
Athena-Weston
lone
Athena-Weston
Riverside
Pilot Rock
Hermiston "B'
Helen McCune
Helen McCune
Pilot Rock
Hermiston "B"
Site
Heppner
Heppner
Weston
lone
Heppner
Boardman
Heppner
Heppner
Pendleton
Heppner
Pilot Rock
Hermiston
GIRLS J A WEE BASKETBALL
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Dec. 8
Dec. 16
Dec. 23
Jan. 8
Jan. 13
Jan. 16
Jan. 20
Jan. 27
Feb. 3
Feb. 7
Feb. 10
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Feb. 17
Feb. 20
Opponent
Riverside
Athena-Weston
Sherman
Riverside
Pilot Rock
Weston-McEwen
Condon
Helen McCune
Helen McCune
Sherman
Pilot Rock
Weston-McEwen
Condon
Hermiston
Site
Heppner
Weston
Heppner
Boardman
Heppner
Heppner
Condon
Pendleton
Heppner
Moro
Pilot Rock
Athena
Heppner
Heppner
, BOYS JAWEE BASKETBALL
Dec. 5
Dec. 9
Dec. 19
Dec. 23
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Jan. 16
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Jan. 30
Feb. 6
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Columbia
Riverside
Columbia
Sherman
Riverside
Pilot Rock
Weston-McEwen
Umatilla
Condon
Umatilla
Pilot Rock
Sherman
Weston-McEwen
Condon
Site
Heppner
Boardman
White Salmon
Heppner
Heppner
. pilot Rock
Heppner
Umatilla
Condon
Heppner
Heppner
Moro
Athena
Heppner
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Fish and Wildlife sets 1981 angling roles
Angling regulations for 1981
will be only slightly changed
from those in effect this year,
although a number of minor
changes were made on local
waters around the state. The
general trout season for most
waters in the state will open on
Saturday. April 25. A second
opening on May 23 will cover
coastal rivers, streams in
northeast Oregon and most
other waters that don't open in
April.
The Fish and Wildlife Com
mission adopted the rules
after two days of public
hearing and discussion, and
made only a few changes in
staff recommendations.
The amended regulations
have been sent to the printer,
and the familiar 56-page
angling rules booklet will be
available at hunting and
fishing license outlets through
out the state before the first of
the year when the new rules
take effect.
Following are the major
changes to regulations for
198'. There are other minor
changes, however, and It is
recommended that anglers
get a copy of the new rules
when they become available
and double check the sections
that deal with the areas they
fish.
General regulations
Exclude instream beaver
ponds from waters designated
as lakes, ponds and reser
voirs. (To clarify that these
waters open with the streams. ,
not with the lakes and
reservoirs.)
- Permit the use of one
treble hook 3-8-inch or smaller
on a lure in the section of the
Rogue now restricted to the
use of single-point hooks
5-8-inch or smaller.
Permit use of dead fish for
bait in the John Day River
downstream from the mouth
of the North Fork.
Salmon-Steelhead
Regulations
- Close upper reaches of
East and Middle Forks of
Coquille to all angling during
salmon spawning season.
Sept. 15 - Nov. 30 because of
snagging problems.
Close Eagle Creek
(Clackumas system) to all
angling April 25 - May 22,
same reason
Close Herman Creek to all
angling August 15 - Nov. 30,
same reason.
- Open Cow Creek (South
Umpnua tributary) for winter
steclhead angling.
- Move Applegate River
angling deadline upstream 11
miles to a point below Apple
gate Dam.
-Open salmon season above
Gold Ray Dam (Rogue River)
in November and December
when coho are available.
- Close John Day River
system (Zone 7) to all salmon
fishing because of depressed
runs.
Restructure Columbia Riv
er salmon seasons to minimize
fishing on depleted upriver
stocks of salmon and steel
head. Changes include new
zones as illustrated in the
churl.
Trout regulations
- Include in five-fish stream
bug limit a provision that no
more than two may exceed 20
Inches.
Dorman Pond and
Haldeman Pond (Zone 2)
added to waters open entire
year.
Designate Lilly Lake
(Lane County) catch and
release only,
- Reinstate winter trout
season on portions of Marys.
Luckiamute. Yamhill and
Tualatin River systems in
Willamette Valley.
- Reduce trout bag limit on
Henry Hagg Lake from 10 to
five per day.
- Drop "flyfishing only"
gear restriction on lower two
miles of North Fork Willam
ette River.
Drop special brown trout
bag limit at Lemolo Reservoir
and adopt general five fish
daily bag limit.
- 0Hn Applegate Reservoir
entire year (new water).
Add Pine Hollow and Rock
Creek reservoirs to waters
open entire year and drop
Chennweth and Mill creeks
from year around list.
- Open Deming and Fritz
creeks (Sprague system) with
late (May 23) season.
Establish trophy trout
fishery for Lahontan cutthroat
at Maim Lake; bag limit two
per day, 18 Inches and over.
Allow up to 10 brook trout
from streams In upper Pow
der and Burnt River systems.
Add Jubilee Lake (Zone 9)
to waters open entire year.
Other fish regulations
Open warm-water fishery
on Toylor Lake (Wasco Coun
ty) on July 1. with restricted
limit on bass and catfish.
On Brownlee Reservoir
establish a maximum daily
bag limit of 50 warm-water
gameflsh; 200 in possession or
seven consecutive days. (Spe
cies limits more restrictive
than this would continue to
apply.)
- Restrict winter whitefish
fishery in Zone 9 to Wallowa
River up to Lostine River.
Minam River up to Cougar
Creek and upper Grande
Ronde River between Ron
dowa and Beaver Creek.
Because of objections from
representatives of the Warm
Springs Indian Tribe, staff
recommendations for an ex
tended late season for steel
head and trout in the Des
chutes River between Pelton
Dam and Sherar Falls was
withdrawn until agreement
could be reached with the
tribe. The staff also withdrew
a recommendation for a trout
bag limit reduction on East
and Paulina lakes pending (
results of a study to be '
conducted during the 1981
season.
Seasonal
safety tips
Such Christmas plants as
holly, mistletoe and potniettia
are beautiful to look at and add a
great deal to the festive atmo
sphere. s
However, don't bring them
into your home If you have small
children or animali about the
house who like to nibble on
thingi to find out what they are.
All three are poisonous when
eaten and can easily prove hz-
ardoui to an unsuspecting but
curious child or pet.
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