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W Page 11 HellJ Canyon Journal October 27, 2004 by John Garrigus ,. HELP WANTED REAL E,(;TATE FOR SALE ERVICE DI REC-ORY CONSTRUCTION SATELLITE TITLE C()MPANY STORAGE YARD SALE SERVICES CONSTRUCTION LAUNDROMAT FOR RENT CONSTRUCTION "l The State of Oregon has begun the first part of a com- prehensive project to identify and catalogue the distribu- tion and abundance of all the species of fish and wildlife in the state. This project will identify and determine their habitat needs and any barri- ers to future survival, as well as developing approaches to conserve and manage such species. While the state has com- prehensive plans in place to manage the game species we enjoy pursuing, this is the first effort to make such a plan for the other 88 percent of Oregon's fish and wildlife that are non-game. According to Gall McEwen, special assistant to the direc- tor of ODFW, "The goal of this effort is to identify incen- tives for voluntary ap- proaches and cooperative so- lutions to reduce the risk that additional species will be added to the state or federal threatened and endangered lists." The project is being funded by the U.S Fish and Wildlife Service, which has required all states to begin such efforts in order to re- main eligible for continued funds for the State Wildlife Grants funds for non-game species. This effort will create a Comprehensive Wildlife Con- servation Strategy. This strategy is currently being developed with the input and guidance of a Technical Re- view Committee, made up of ecologists, biologists and wild- life managers, and a 28-mem- ber Stakeholders Advisory Committee, composed of ag- riculture, forestry and range land managers, conservation groups, fishing and hunting interests, tourism interests, local governments, landown- ers and groups and organiza- tions that work with land- owners on conservation and Kerry & Roger Gufick Owners- Operators Phone/Fax: 541-742-6666 . Eve. Tel.: 541-742-7929 or 2244 CCB# 0114135 Free Estimates Septic Sytems Installed and Repaired Dump Truck. Backhoe. Trackhoe. Top Soil restoration efforts. As always, ODFW wel- comes the public's input on this and any other concerns. Although many hunting seasons are now underway, it is a good time to remind hunt- ers of the Ten Command- ments of shooting safety. 1. Control the direction ofyour firearms muzzle at all times. 2. Identify your target and what is beyond it. 3. Treat every firearm as if it is loaded. 4. Be sure the barrel and ac- tion are free of obstructions. 5. Unload firearms when not in use. 6. Never point a firearm at anything you do not wish to shoot. 7. Never climb a tree or fence, jump a ditch or log, with a loaded firearm. 8. Never shoot a bullet at a flat, hard surface or water. 9. Store firearms and ammu- nition separately. 10. Avoid alcoholic beverages and drugs before and during shooting. Last week's storms im- proved hunting for ducks and geese temporarily. There are plenty of birds in the usual locales, such as Summer Lake and the Klamath Wildlife Refuge, or on many smaller bodies of water. We are look- ing for the next major storm system to locate over the state for a while before planning our next expedition. In other news, it was re- cently announced that Umatilla will be the site for the 2005 BASS Western Di- vision Championship bass tournament Mayl5-19, 2005. The top ten winners of the tournament with the great- est weight offish will advance to the national tournament in Kissimmee, Florida. This will be a,.big event, with anglers from ten west- ern states competing. Anglers from the Northwest are well represented in these events as typified by Spokane's Luke Clausen, who last year won the FLW championship and a check for $ 500,000. Such endeavors are the stuff of dreams for most out- door-minded folks. Locah Angling has slowed somewhat on the local im- poundments. Crappie, in par- ticular, are biting with less enthusiasm than in past weeks. Some anglers are tak- ing a few while trolling. Bass, bluegill, perch and catfish angling has been better, with night crawlers the offering of choice for many anglers. Steelhead angling below Hells Canyon Dam has been fair and improving. With an- other good return of fish from the Pacific, this should be an- other good year to fill your tag. Case & Pattie Vanderwiele 19876 Highway 86 Work: 523-6648 ' Baker City, OR 97814 Home: 523-6075 FAX: 523-2610 BBC, 0220 C QUALITY SERVICE SAND " GRAVEL " CONCRETE I -800-606-6648 "Our con to,yOu b concrete" LPINE COMMUNICATIONS LARM AND CONSTRUCTION. LLC CCB: 147798' Alarm, Fire & Medical Monitoring Data, Telephone & Stereo l ring ELKHORN TITLE CO. TITLE INSURANCE & ESCROWS FAST FRIENDLY SERVICE LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED 541-523-6177 FAX 523-9372 Catfish angling is still good in the reservoirs, particularly Oxbow. Be reminded that angling will close October 31 on many streams such as Pine and Eagle creeks. Northwest: This time of year, it is salmon and steel- head on the coastal streams. I have a few chums who plan their vacations during these wet and rainy months just to pursue these fish. Recent rainfall should have the fish moving out of the tidewaters and upriver to spawn. On the Alsea, chinook are being taken throughout the tidewater and as far up- stream as Five Rivers. Bob- ber fishing has been catching plenty of these fish. The Nestucca and Three Rivers have been good for steelhead. Fall chinook an- gling has been good, with the best catches occurring in the tidewater areas. Salmon River fall chinook angling has been fair to good. A few fish have been spotted above the hatchery. Coho angling is fair. The Siletz has been good for steelhead. Chinook an- gling has improved upriver with recent rains. Chinook are being hooked throughout Tillamook Bay and its tidewaters where an- gling is considered fair or a bit better. Coho angling has been slow and the season closes October 31. Sturgeon angling has been slow here. Best angling will be in the CLASSIFIED AD DEADLINE IS 10:00 AM MONDAY 1991 DODGE DUALLY flatbed, w/hydraulic dump bed, 440 rebuilt engine w/10k miles, rebuilt trans- mission w/ 10k miles, 742-7099. Asking $5,000. 11/3 ROUND TABLE w/4 chairs, al- most new. $100 OBO, 742-5725. 600 GAL. FUEL TANK and stand, hose, nozzle, filter, $200 OBO. 541-893-6007, eves, Bob. BALE WAGON- New Holland 1032 tractor-pull Stackliner. 2 bales wide. 7 layer stack. Works fine, used this year. $3500. 742-5548. TOBOGGAN & small chrome work table & dressers, Pat's Pretties at Quilts Plus, 742-5040 10/27 5 YR. OLD GELDING, good cow horse, $2,000. 2 yr. old mare, not upper tidewater. Steelhead angling has been fair on the Trask and Wilson rivers. Angling for chinook has been slow but improved greatly with recent rains. Fall chinook angling has been good in Yaquina Bay. Most of the coast is open to shellfish gathering except razor clams. Be reminded that a recreational shellfish per- mit must be in possession by anyone over 14 while har- vesting marine shellfish. You do not need a shellfish permit to gather freshwater clams and crawfish. Chinook Redd Survey Begins The annual aerial survey of fall Chinook nesting beds (redds) in the Imnaha and Snake Rivers downstream of Hells Canyon Dam began Oc- tober 18. Idaho Power and the United States Fish and Wild- life Service have conducted the survey each fall since 1991. In 1992, the company be- gan maintaining outflows from Hells Canyon Dam at consis- tent levels during the mid-Oc- tober-to-early-December fall chinook salmon spawning sea- son. This year, the company will hold flows at approxi- mately 8,500 cfs to ensure the nesting beds remain sub- merged. HOME CARE. HOSPICE. ASSISTED lIVING . STAffING Bringing health care to the comforts of your home Guardian Home Care and Hospice offers a full range of specialized services to meet your every need. Medicare/Medicaid Certified 24 hour availability, 7 days a week Serving Baker City and Surrounding Areas 541-523-3335 or 1-800-568-2806 Visit our web site at www.guardianhomeeare.org TO PLACE A CLASSIFIED AD CALL 541-742-7900 THE EAGLE VALLEY RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT is looking for a volunteer to fill our training coordinator position. This position is to help our training of- ficer schedule drills and classes. Anyone interested in helping out the fire department: Please call Tammy Graven at 893-6571. HIPS IS LOOKING FOR VOLUN- TEERS and donations for the Fall Carnival Nov. 6. Please call Pep- per Nye, 742-7143. 10/27 80 ACRES FOR SALE: 3br. house, 2+bath, gas fireplace, large masterbdrm w/walk-in closet, Ig utility rm. 2 car garage. Barn, sheds. 541-742-6444. t/f ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A SMALLER PLACE TO LIVE? We're looking for a larger place in Richland-New Bridge area & have a very nice single-wide there. If interested in buying, sell- ing or trading, call 893-6797. t/f VINTAGE TAPESTRY SOFA, chair, oak china cabinet, oak table & 4 chairs, wall unit, Maytag washer, rugs, bookcases, craft items plus end-of-sesaon bar- gains. Don't miss this sale at JnJ RENT-A BARN & STORAGE SHEDS We Deliver to Your Location Buy or Rent any size: 8'x8' to 14'x28' 963-7285 or 1-888-398-7286 Gravel. Pit Run Farm John Minarich, P~,~e,z Richland: 541-893-6911 1725 li~ln St - Bskur CRy broke, $600. Contact L. J. Smelcer, Dawn's, 3 miles up Fish Lake Rd., 742-2214. " t/fleft on Boulder Flat Ln., Sat. & Sun. FORD 302 engine incl. all internal, 9-2. 10/27 I ~:l,."( Bd~/~ ] most external parts. Needs rebuilt. I FOolBE ITIII CHIm C ~mEV, [COMCO CONSTRUCTIONI s Oak Tree Good project engine. Best ofer by C"Oil~¢~uNrl~/ •I~'~ "r[ k'~ ~ll~ ¢~'ARI NOV. 1. 893-6939. 10/27 SMALL CABIN in Halfway, good L D~. Bobble Mowe~ ,I ~-~L DumTr;~'kruHc~es" ~i:; HTmpSBucket Trucks [I laundromat AC~LE location, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, fenced ~zT. TucsdaW ~l.Thursdays w/spring mechanism and large ~ [yappoim:ment II c.,orp,,,er..oad Grader III-[e~l STY1 I.rr)'-,Tarterl' ~..(:~P_~ "~l;=~'TLor , c .s Nail,,r . Proutl'I~'ch', " [ Large CapaGity sewer.back yard.742-4756.$325, incl. water andt/f II DitchingR°°dTrenchingBUildingDrainRight'°f'V~SFields. Demolition || Ic , s~ ~u ~ I Washers & Dryers metal dish, 20# capacity, $30. (1) sizeS-S-4martialartjacket, 100% HELLS CANYON, STORAGE I ,oo o, o, kir~ds-',i" r,~iausto y l~us Av~l,:~e I / or n Tuesday- Friday | I ~ I l .K'i 1.'893-6877 | I Open8AMto9PM cotton, $15. Cal1742-2150. UNITS available, 10 x16 storage 1541-893-6116 Business. 541-540-6266 Cell I ILbcensed, bonded& ...... d C.CB.#113-108-1691 o,.,.,jo,,/ L ~ Main Street, Halfway unit, outside boat & RV storage. BOTHERED BY SOMEONE Call 541-893-3360, Richland. ELSE S DRINKING? ~J '~ i~ ATT~for Al-Anon can help. rent, sleeps up to 12 people, fully Meetings each Wednesday I I 742- IRI I Blinds, Shades, furnished with kitchen, 2 baths & 7pm to8pm at the Halfway I I I Draperies' Uph°lstery' I o.c.=V=l laundry. Great for family get- Library at Church & Gover. togethers. 742-5040 or 742-2891 I S,ond Up Work. Elm Work I I I I Repairs (tents, snow- I mobile & ATV seats, OF AIL PASSPORT PHOTOS TAKEN [ Vibro $creed. Power Trowel I I & Barber I I boat canvas, zippers, IVibrotor• Mo(hine Cut C?~t:l J°inBI [ /.L~i'Profes.~ionatHa,'rCa,'e [ building.SPACE'MainUpstairSstreet,inHalfway.r°ck'b°tt°mCall AND PRINTED at the Hells Can- I Irrigotion Struclures o p dotty I i ~, #r~eKn~eFamay ii etc.) yon Journal. $10 each. Call 742- I Free E lirnate5 -- C-II, You'll See I 7900 for appointment. I CC8 #104812 I iPl S Wi,~Or,:lers O . [ Pat Sowers 742-4115 t/f Any 0C SI01], - - , 742-2184 ] I Ho,,r., fo, I oft& L j J 742-6797 L/#/es 742-6161 0 0PED,C: HAS G [ .LaRue . M-eQU eNT Body Work Sanitary Service CIH6465Round-Baler 9,700 Chronic Pain IPLUMBING & HEATING C=H 884o Swather hdr 17,000 In'ga Thompson, L.M.T. J Serving Pine Valley Ford 1920 Idr/backhoe 28 hp 17,950 License 4#8224 742-4088 New, Remodel, & Repair and the Snake River Areas JD830 tractor 4,995 1'42.6857 JD 4310 w/Ldr MFWD Come Look LIVESTt)CK MASSAGE SANITATION CONSTRUCTION FARM EC UIPMENT EMMETT VALLEY LIVESTOCK AUCTION PHOTOGRAPHY SUBSCRIPTIONS PAINTING Digital Photos Passport Photos taken and p~nted~xoeach. 111 Photos digitized. At the Hells Canyon Journal Call ?42-79oo for appointment . Interior • Bxtedor. PP nces . Beta] Roof • Stain Since 1994 New to the area... but with an old-time attitude! 52 ISSUES of the HELLS CANYON JOURNAL $20 In-County $25 Out-Of-County Hells Canyon Journal PO Box 646 Halfway, OR 97834 541-742-6555 JD 4440 2-wheel drive Just In! Caulkins Cult 25' 3,500 Caulkins Cult 36' 9" 7,995 Allen rake 8111 6,500 NH 499 Windrower 7,950 Hesston 1160 Windrower 7,500 Hesston 4790 Baler (16k bales) 47,000 S & G Machinery Co. Baker City 523-6491 La Grande 963-7151 Jerry Hartley Cell- 541-519-0177 1611 Sales Yard Road Emmett, Idaho 83617 Office (208) 365-5016 1-800-597-5016 Fax (208) 365-5017 Chad Lowry, Owner 454-9335 861-3325 Beef Sale - Every Monday 12:00 noon Dairy Sale - Every Tuesday 12:00 noon Scooter Lacrone Cliff Bledsoe Jerry Cada Emmett Yard 861-3325 973-2520 585-3966 365-5280 880-9616 I i i i