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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 20, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Briefly Fishing New Braunf els HetdWZoitung June 7 More swimming classes scheduled next week More swimming classes are scheduled to begin on June 24 at the Latida Park Waterbabies 636 months will met at A special class for children ages 35 who dont like to go in the water will meet at Swimming II for 612 yearolds will at and Diving for 612 yearolds begins at All of the above classes will meet Monday through To or for more call the Community Education office at 625 Tennis program offered for juniors The New Association development The program will is scheduled for 8 and 4 Mondays and i Wednesdays at the New Braunf els High School Tennis The cost is for four weeks of If contact David Mueller at 6253597 or Sally Forney at Braunfels Tennis is sponsoring a program for juniors Longest Day of Golf scheduled for today The New Braunfels Downtown Rotary Club will sponsor the Longest Day of Golf on June 20 to raise money for the Comal Unit of the American Cancer The fourman team will be com prised of Dennis Brian Bob Pacharzina and Donny The foursome will tee of at at the Landa Park Golf Course and will continue until Last a foursome played 108 holes and raised almost For more contact Brian Lyons at and will continue until State 8ball title on the line The Texas Pocket Billiards Association is holding qualifiers in cities throughout the state for its annual Texas Amatuer 8ball Both mens and womens divisions are being All amateurs in terested in playing in this event should visit their local tavern or pool room to enter the tournament or call 713 7720274 before June the last day qualifiers will be Texas Clergy Invitational scheduled August 56 All Texas ministers are invited to Scoreboard On the air THURSDAY TELEVISION Baseball New York Mets at Chicago Baseball Houston at 8 Boxing Top Rank mid dleweight Roman George Zack participate in the fdurth annual Texas Clergy Invitational Golf Tournament at the Wood Crest Country Club in Grand The fee will include green golf trophies and For more contact Don Dendy at 214 3698211 office or 214 2418352 Seguin tournaments set for midJuly The llth annual Seguin Junior and Open tennis sponsored by the Seguin Tennis will take place July Junior events are scheduled for July 1718 while the Open division is set for July Tournement headquarters will be Singles and doubles for boys and girls 1218 will be offered in the junior The Open division will in clude mens and womens singles and mixed mens 35 singles and doubles and mens 45 Entry blanks are available in New Braunfels at Winegar For more contact Frank Wood Junior division at 379 or Henry Lehnhoff Open division at 3794525 in Seguin or 658 1668 in San UTSA coach to conduct camps University of TexasSan Antonio basketball coach Don Eddy will conduct basketball shooting camps in Brenham and San Antonio this Cost of the overnight camp is per session with a deposit For more call Eddy at 4929779 or 6914162 or Coach Terry Morris at 6921618 or Local sports SATURDAY 8 Hersheys National Track Meet Unicorn Texas League By The Associated Press SECOND HALF EASTERN DIVISION W xArkansas Shreveport IGiantsI 0 Jackson Tulsa WESTERN DIVISION xEI Paso Brewers 0 Beaumont Padres 0 San Antonio Dodgers 0 Midland xFirst Half Champions Wednesdays Games No Games Scheduled Todays Games San Antonio at El Paso Midland at Beaumont Tulsa at Shreveport Jackson at Arkansas WWHP fci Commercial And ReddentiaJ Roofing AM Om Control Texas For Nearly 40 Years cm 3196351 IN SEGUIN AUSTIN AP Here ia the fishing report compiled by the Parka end Wildlife Department for June CENTRAL BASTROP Water 81 normal level black bass fair to three pounds on plastic worms and deep running lures In deeper parts of the lake striper slow crapple fair to 20 fish per string catfish good to two pounds on BROWNWOOD Water two feet low black bass slow striper improving to six pounds on live bait and Roadrunner jigs carppie fair to 25 fish per string white bass slow catfish fair to three pounds yellow catfish good to 35 pounds on trotline with live BUCHANAN Water clear on south murky upper 76 four feet low black bass good to four 12 ounces on cranks striper good to 13 pounds on whito jigs white bass slow early on white slabs catfish good to 28 pounds on trotline with bait crappie good to 40 fish per string at night on lighted CANYON Water normal level black bass and smallmouth slow to three pounds on cranks striper excellent to 20 average from 58 pounds in very good plenty of limits crappie slow white bass fairly early channel catfish excellent to three pounds yellow catfish good to 20 pounds some walleye while fishing for other FAYETTE Water 85 six inches low black bass fairly good to eight pounds on worms and speckled black lizards crappie fair channel catfish fairly good at GIBBONS CREEK Water 89 two feet low black bass spotty to eight mostly in 1618 inch size on worms and deep diving RatLtraps in deep water crappie real good to 3A pounds on minnows in deep water catfish fair to 12 pounds on liver on rod and LBJ Water 78 normal level black bass good to pounds on spinners striper good to 4Vi pounds on yellow jigs white bass good but small on topwators crappie good to 30 fish per string on minnows catfish good to 32 pounds on trotline with LIMESTONE Water 72 normal level black bass fair to four pounds on black worms in deep water stirpo good to four pounds around bridge on minnows and jigs crappie very good with strings to 150 fish from deep water white bass also good from same area to 100 fish per SOMERVILLE Water normal level black bass fairly slow to five pounds on Tony Accotta Spoon 131 striper slow crappio fair to 15 fish per string white bass fair On spoons a Lil George Catfish very good to eight pounds to 25 fish per string on shrimp and live bait in three feet of TRAVIS Water 78 six feet low black bass fair to three 12 ounces on topwaters and plastic worms and grubs in good numbers early and late live crawfish good mid day striper slow white bass slow but some surfacing early crappie slow catfish fair to five on live crawfish while fishing for WHITNEY Water 78 one foot high black bass fair to 4 pounds on Gator Tails striper fair to nine pounds on live bait crappie slow white bass fair to 1V4 pounds on Hotspot and Bayou Boogie to 70 fish per string channel catfish fair to 3V pounds in Big Rocky area yellow catfish alow to 214 pounds on live bait blue catfish slow to 18 pounds on hoppers NORTHEAST ATHENS Water 76 lake full black bass to six pounds on Rogues and top waters hybrid striper fairly good crappie slow catfish fair to five pounds on BOB SANDLIN Water 79 normal level black bass fairly good to pounds on black worms with firetail crappie good to 15 fish per string under highway bridge white bass slow catfish good to six pounds on tortline with bloodbait and BRIDGEPORT Water 84 four feet low black bass good to four pounds on topwater and buzz baits striper and white bass good schooling in good on Hotspots and RatLtraps crappie good but small in 15 feet of water on minnows to 20 fish per string catfish CADDO Water normal level black bass fair to 3V4 pounds on purple worms striper slow chain pickerel fairly good to two pounds crappie CEDAR CREEK Water slightly 79 normal level black bass fair and spotty to eight pounds on dark worms hybrid striper fair in open water to 814 pounds crappie good to 45 fish per string in 1525 feet of water on minnows and small jigs white bass good to 60 fish late in afternoon near dam channel catfish good on bloodbait and shrimp yellow catfish CYPRESS CREEK Water 78 normal level black bass fair to five 11 ounces in lily pads on topwaters crappie good to 25 fish in 25 feet of water on minnows and white jigs catfish to 18 pounds in six feet of FORK Water slightly normal level black bass fairly good to 7V4 pounds on strawberry worms striper slow crappie good to two pounds to 25 fish per string white bass slow catfish real good to nine pounds on rod and LAKE 0 THE PINES Water 91 two inches low black bass fair to 5Vi pounds on frogs and Billy Bass hybrid striper fair to three pounds on cranks crappio slow catfish MARTIN CREEK Water one foot low black bass slow crappie slow catfish MONTICELLO Water slightly 90 normal level black bass good to 9Vi pounds on dark worms crappie poor catfish excellent to 12 pounds on MOSS LAKE Water 74 six inches above normal black bass fair to two pounds on live crawfish crappio poor white bass poor catfish good to eight pounds on PALESTINE Water normal level black bass fair to 514 pounds on worms and topwaters early and late striper fair near dam crappie slim catfish good to 15 pounds on TAWAKONI Water 64 normal level black bass fairly slow striper good to five pounds on goldfish crappie fair in deep water at night to 15 fish per stringer on minnows white bass fairly slow catfish good to two some to 15 TEXOMA Water 73 five feet above normal level black bass very a few on chartreuse spinners striper excellent to 25 pounds on live bait and trolling Hellbenders crappie slow white bass fair to 10 fish per string trolling Bayou Boogies catfish excellent to 40 pounds on jugline using live SOUTHEAST CONROE Water 75 18 inches low black bass fairly good at night to 6 pounds on worms and some in daylight patorling with deep big lip baits in 20 feet of water hybrid striper fair to 36 pounds on chrome ratLtraps crappie good at night under bridges white bass slow catfish good to four pounds grass carp excellent to 12 fish per string to 30 pounds on Poppa Earls Dough HOUSTON COUNTY Water 78 normal level black bass good to four pounds 12 ounces on red worms around pump station and creek channels striper slow crappie very good at spillway and off rocks near islands with strings to 50 fish while bass fair on silver spoons near dam brim and bluegill very LIVINGSTON Water off 72 normal level black bass slow striper good to 15 pounds around Pine Island and below dam white bass very good to 70 fish in four hours crappie fair to 10 fish per string channel catfish good to 2 pounds blue catfish real good to 42 pounds yellow catfish good to 81 RAYBURN Water murky up 75 normal level black bass fair to 8 pounds on plastic worms striper slow white bass slow crappie good to 200 fish per boat around submerged brush in 1822 feet of water catfish fair to two pounds brim very good in shallow water on crickets and TOLEDO BEND Water 70 normal level black bass slow striper excellent to 21 pounds with many limits to five fish crappie good brim good catfish fairly SOUTH AMISTAD Water 22 feet low black bass fair to four pounds on plastic grubs and worms striper picking up to 20 pounds white bass good to 80 fish per stringer on white slabs crappie slow catfish good to four pounds in six feet of water with strings to 80 BRAUNIG Water 90 normal elve black bass slow to eight pounds on cranks redfish good to 23 many eights and nines catfish slow to five CALAVERAS Water 79 eight inches low black bass good to seven pounds with good strings on diving cranks and plastic worms hybrid striper very good to four pounds average on silver spoons and altver grubs if very slow catfish fair to eight pounds on live bait some corvina to 1 W COLETO CREEK Water 86 normal level black bass fair to 4 many on worms and spinnera striper alow crappie good at night under lights to 20 fish per stringer white bass slow catfish good to four FALCON Water 29 feet tow black bass slow striper fair but small to six pounds jig and trolling crappie slow white bass good to 60 fish per boat on jigs and plugs catfish good to 1 Vi some larger four inch fingerling Florida bass stocked this MEDINA Water 72 20 feet low black bass slow crappie good with strings to 17 fish in Antone Hollow and Turks Head catfish good to 29 pounds on TEXANA Water water clear above normal level black bass fairly good to four pounds in jungle on white and chartreuse spinners striper slow to one pound crappie good in Navidad catfish some on COASTAL GALVESTON Trout good around gaswells and in East and Lower Gelveston Bey to four nothing but hard to get out because of heavy rains good trout back of San Luis Pass loo many throwbacks in West only one keeper in 10 fish beach front good over weekend for most to around 17 inches nice trout at jetties to six pounds offshore has usual mixture of bonito and snapper to 10 pounds live bait available most lure good around San Luis PORT OCONNOR Redfish good to 10 pounds in fair numbers at jetties when fishermen could get out due to rain and winds a few trout at many small and a few keepers on live bait live bait shrimp available offshore slow due to ROCKPORT Redfish good in excellent in flats to 10 pounds in South Hog Island Klondike fair Catfish Bend Estes Flats still has fish but also has too many fishermen trout real good to five average 23 on piggy perch and croaker in potholes around wells in Corpus Christi East Flats and outside beach at Traylor and Taylor Islands flounder excellent in good numbers to two pounds all over flats around Joe Island and hoad of Copano Bay live bait CORPUS CHRISTI Redfish excellent from Bird Island basin to Baffin Bay on gold spoons and live shrimp trout good to two pounds in Shamrock cove and Corpus Christi Bay on shrimp in good numbers croaker and sandtrout good in Corpus Christi Bay in fair numbers live bait getting scarce and will be for about a PORT MANSFIELD Redfish only fair because of low tides and north wind near limits of trout to five usual trout about 1618 inches with occasional two pounder live bait available flounder good to two pounds in East Cut offshore fairly 1 not r v Magicolok 7 Latex Wickes has all it takes for your painting projects Prices Good Thru Patio Low Gloss Latex 49 purchase prjce Durable low latex finish Covers most surfaces in one coat Gallon House g Exterior Latex SemiG105 Aluminum Protect House Trim Paint Our finest flat latex Warranted onecoat coverage Warranted 10 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