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Hells Canyon Journal, May 2.8, 1986 Page 5 By Gus Garrigus Local: The Snake River are also reporte . for bass and bluegill, as is below Hells Canyon Dp :n is Can't get to the local high Tahkenitch Lake. Good to now dropping toward usual summer levels, running about 30,000 cubic feet per second (30,000 CFS) and is warming, now up to 57 degrees. Fishing.. conditions are improving but still not hot. Brownlee Reservoir is now filling pretty rapidly, up to within 13 feet of full and rising. All the boat ramps are now useabie and Idaho Power expects the reservoir to be full by mid-June. Good catches of warm water gamefish are being reported, mostly in the Pow- der River Arm. Trout fishing is very good in the estuary where the Powder River meets the quiet water below the bridge south of Richland. Lots of folks are also doing well toward the upper end of Brownlee. Oxbow Reservoir is producing fair to good catches of trout and is im- proving for warm-water spe- cies, most of which are pretty good sized. Hells Can- yon Reservoir is fair for trout, fair for catfish and slow for other warm-water species. Pine Creek has been kicking out limit catches of trout to those who have been trying it. All the tributaries lakes, today at any rate. The weeks best bet: crappies at the Sag. Northeast: Wallowa Lake is producing fair to good catches of rainbows but few kokanee as yet. McKay (be sure and pronouce it "Mk Ki") Reservoir and Cold Springs Reservoir are fair to good for trout, bass, yellow perch and catfish. Phillips Reservoir is fair to good for nice trout and a few coho and smallmouth bass. Unity Res- ervoir good for nice rain- bows, Wolf Creek Reservoir good for small trout. Bass fishing has been good in the John Day Pool on the Colum- bia River. Southeast: Fly fishing re- mains good for cutthroat trout at Mann Lake and good for rainbows at Juniper Lake. Bully Creek Reservoir has been fair to good for bass and crappies. Owyhee Res- ervoir is improving for warm-water species as the water warms and clears. Statewide: Good sturgeon fishing is available on the Umpqua River in the Big Bend area. Smith River is good striped bass fishing. Tenmile Lake is good fishing excellent spring chinook fishing is going on in the Rogue River. Diamond Lake is good trout fishing. ents Twelve Pine Eagle High School art students are ex- hibiting work at Crossroads Art Gallery, Baker, during the month of May. Rich Anderson, Tom Gill- man and Dorinda Furneli have also had work exhibited in the House of Representa- tives, Salem and won Certifi- cates of Merit at the 1985 All Oregon High School Art Exhibit held at Western Oregon State College. Other students exhibiting are Seniors Sheila Bergrnan, Don Dinger and Tracy Chick; Juniors Rich Anderson, Chris Halley and Matt Oli- ver; Sophomores Sonya Bergman, Heidi Henderson, Larry Walter and Derek Mul- lins. JIM YOUNG'S Small Engine Repair "V - Your Local Echo Chainsaw Dealer Halfway, Ore. 742-5131 The Marke t Baske t BY KEN PERINCHIEF When have been separated from people I really care for, I miss them, and when we are 742-7744 re-united I tell them so. This element doesn't change just because I am in the retail business. I am aware, however, that when I tell friends, 'Tve missed you" at Jimtown Market there surfaces an awkwardness on the part of the person I have address- ed, almost like guilt feel- ings. And yet, there need be none. I realize I am not always in the store, or that the length of time absent may be for any numbers of reasons. But I still miss you. So when I tell you so, it is a sincere compliment, not flattery. Isn t it nice to be miss- ed? I III II III IIII I III Now Serving Baker County Air Rotary... Domestic & Light Irrigation 893-6353 Richland, Ore. Licensed -- Bonded -- Free Estimates I F 9116" Rebond Heavy Density Pad With your purchase of 30 sq. yards or more of any carpet selected from our large inven- tory. 30% Off Kinney Wallpaper 25% Off Matching Fabric Window Covering Sale 50% off ,t 1" Mini Blinds 40% off v- 1/2" Micro Blinds 30 % off ,i Custom Made Draperies (Over 1200 samples to choose from) Evening Appointments 25 % off Available v- Drapery Hardware 40% off ,t Pleated Louver Energy Shades ,i Vertical Shades ,t Woven Woods & The New Duette Shade Vinyl Floorcovering - Starting at $2.95 Warehouse: 425 Foothill Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Mon-Fri Closed Saturdays Store Hours: Saturdays 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Mon-Fri 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m Jl~4J ,=11" Largest Inventory in Eastern Oregon Free Estimates ouse 1841 Main St. Baker 523-7721