New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 18, 1985, Page 10

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 18, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Outdoors Harald-Zeitung Thursday, July 18,1985 10A Guadalupe River park a gem for picnics, camping By CHARLES PARSONS Outdoors writer With what is undoubtedly the finest state parks systems in the country, Texas offers unlimited opportunities for residents and visitors to camp, fish, boat, hunt and generally enjoy the outdoors. Even though the immediate area has a number of recreational areas and facilities, there are several state parks which should not be overlooked as the summer winds down. One favorite is Guadalupe River State Park, which is approximately 40 miles west of New Braunfels on Texas 46. The park, which opened in June, 1983, has 1,900 acres and includes Us miles of river frontage. With four rapids, this is the Guadalupe at its best — limestone cliffs, bald cypress trees and clear water. Visitors can enjoy outdoor activities like swimming, canoeing, hiking, picnicking and camping inBriefly The Guadalupe River, lined by huge cypress trees, is the park’s outstanding natural feature. As previously mentioned, the river winds over four natural rapids and two steep limestone bluffs indicate its awesome erosive power. Trees to be observed include the sycamore, elm basswood, pecan, walnut, persimmon, willow and hackberry in the lower elevations. Away from the river, oak and juniper are abundant, including one area of virgin Ashe juniper that provides nesting habitat for the rare goldencheeked warbler. Animals to be seen include whitetailed deer, coyote, gray fox, skunk, raccoon, armadillo and bobcat, along with many smaller species. The maintenance, security, staff and facilities are all excellent and the short drive is well worth the effort. Additional information and reservations can be obtained by calling the park superintendent at 438-2656Stamp collecting offers indoor hunting A series of outdoors-related stamps highlight the 1985 philatelic season. One of the new issues is a four-block set of 22-cent duck decoys, which, along with other commemorative stamps, are available at the main post office. Sets available for starting an animal-theme stamp collection include Animals and Creatures of the Sea and the American Wildlife Album.Calaveras stocked with corvinas Lake Calaveras at the southeast edge of San Antonio was stocked with almost 7,000 fingerling-sized hybrid corvinas during the past two weeks, according to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. The fish are hybrid crosses between the orangemouth corvina from California's Salton Sea and spotted seatrout which are native to Texas coastal bays Anglers already are catching the first hybrid corvinas releases in the lake last summer. Those fish are now in excess of two pounds, according to biologist John Prentice.Dove hunt offered at Las Palomas The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is offering a public hunt for white-winged doves at two units of its Las Palomas Wildlife Management Area. Prospective hunters must obtain application forms from TPWD headquarters in Austin, or by calling toll-free 1-800-792-1112. Completed applications must be returned to Austin by 5 p.m. Monday. Dates for both hunts are Sept. 7-8 A fee of $10 will be charged each applicant selected. A total of IOO permits will be issued for hunts on the Anacua Unit, located southwest of Harlingen in Cameron County. Hunter success during the hunt there last year was 6.3 birds per hunter, and last year's applicants had a one in six chance of being selected. The other area is the Ocotillo Unit. which will be hunted for the first time since the site was acquired this year by the department. The unit is located along the Rio Grande north of Ruidosa in Presidio Count\ the park, as well as less vigorous pursuits like birdwatching and nature study. The most beautiful part of the park is the day-use picnic area, which has 50 picnic sites and ample parking. For longer visits, 48 sites are available for recreational vehicles and trailers, 37 sites are available for tent campers and 20 sites are available for walk-in tent camping. Drinking water and sanitary facilities are provided in the picnic and camping areas and the restrooms at the multi-use and tent areas have showers. PARK    US    MV    28    I TO NE VV BRAUNE ELS TO SAN ANTONIOFishing report AUSTIN IAP) - Her# it th* tithing report compiled by the Perk* and Wildlife Deportment: CENTRAL BASTROP: Water clear, 88 degree*, normal level: bleck baa* fairly good to 4W pound* on topwater* early. Lunker Lure* et night; hybrid •triper fair to 10H pound* on whit* slab* at spoon*; crappie alow. catfish fair to 3 Vt pounds on tug end limbline* with (iv* bait. BUCHANAN: Water clear, 79 degree*, four feet low; black baas good to three pounds on black jig; striper good to 10 pounds trolling yellow jigs; whit* baas good to 36 fish per string jigging with white slabs in 40 feet of water; crappie good to 26 per string et night on minnows; catfish good to 20 pounds on hotline with minnows. FAYETTE Water clear, normal level; bleck bess good to eight pounds in fair numbers on dark worms, crappie fairly good; catfish good to 30 pounds on tuglin* with live bait. GIBBONS CREEK: Water murky, 84 degrees, three feet low. bleck bass fairly slow to seven pounds on minnows, topweters early, deep diving lures later; crappie very good to four pounds to 17 fish per string on minnows; whit* bees slow, catfish fair to 10 pounds from bank. ever age two oounda LBJ: Water murky. 81 degrees, normal level; bleck bass good to two pounds, 12 ounce* on black worms, striper good to 12 pounds on white Hellbenders; whits bess good but small to 16 hen early; catfish good to 16 pounds on hotline with cutbait LIMESTONE Water clear, to murky, 78 degrees. IO inches low; black baas slow and small on bleck worms and black liter da, striper alow, crappie good in midlaks in deep water with strings to 60 fish in two hours early on minnows; whits base good to 25 fish in same area on jigs, catfish good but not in good numbers. SOMERVILLE Water murky, normal level. black baas fairly slow; crappie good to 15 hah per string on jigs. whits bess good on shrimp and jigs to 20 fish per suing; catfish fairly slow TRAVIS Water dear. 82 degrees. 10 feet low; black bass tan to 3 H pounds on topweters early and let* on amoks glitter grubs and frogs midday striper slow crappie slow, catfish fair to nm* pound* on rod and reel m the Bee Creek area on tov* crawdads NORTHEAST ATHENS Water clear. 78 degrees, three inches below full, bleck besa fair to eta pounds. 11 ounces m 20-25 feet of water on dark worm*. whit* bass fairly good schooling on surface on chrome or whits baits, crappie fair with strings to 16 fish on minnows around brush piles, catfish aiceiient to nm* pounds at night on bottine and rod and reel. bream good around tire reefs on crickets BOB SANDLIN Water dear, SO degree*, normal level; bleck bess slow on black worms and plug worms in 30 feet of water, crappie good under bridge* to 26 feet par suing early and late and at night; cauf sh good to 30 pounds on uodinee with tov* bait. BRIDGEPORT Water dear. 4 VI feet low. Mack baas good to 4H pounds in good numbers wound points and weedbeda on worms and spinners; hybrid strips' good m shallows around Methodist and Boy Scout Camp*; whit* bees muted in with hybrids with stringers to 30 fish. crappie excellent with suing* to 60 fish in 16 feet of water suspended at 810 feet on minnows, catfish stow. CADDO Water deer, eight inches low. Mack baas fair to two pounds on Beetle Spine, hybrid sniper slow, crappie fair to IH pound* along mneeharta in river on minnows; bream slow; catfish alow. CEDAR CREEK: Water etoghtty murky. Bl rtsg-ttt IO inches low; Mack baa* alow; sniper alow m open water; crappie tau day and night in 30 feet of water with an Inga to 36 fish; whit* bees alow; charm* catfish fairly good to 3 W pound* on rod and nottone; Mu* catfish alow; yellow catfish fee to 38 pound* on north end of lake. CYPRESS SPRINGS: Water dear, 82 degrees, normal level; bleck base fair to «v* pounds on purple worms; meteifleke motoro* I worm*, crappie good early end late near dam on minnows with suing* to 20 fish; catfish fair to sight pounds on nottos baited with shrimp. FORK Water dear, 83 degrees, normal level, Mack baas good to six pounds on plum worms, Rattrap* and Sidewinders, crappie real good under bridges sud west of dom end Little Caney in 1818 feet of water on tov* bait with suing* to 76 Aah, catfish good to 17 pounds. LAKE O THE PINES Water deer. BB degree*, five inch** low; Meek bee* good to 6 pound* on worm*, frog*, striper fair to 3 Vt pound* on crank* schooling, crappie slow, catfish fair to ais pound* on uodine baited with minnows MARTIN CREEK Water dear. I* inch*# low; Mack baa* alow; hybrid sniper alow, crappie alow; catfish fair to 20 pounds on uotlin* with bream and worms MONTICELLO Water deer. 102 degrees, normal level. Mack base good to nine pounds, on* Local report Lake McQueeney Catfish and bass fishing is excellent on the lake. The bass are biting on just about anything and the catfish are biting on worms. The rest of the fishing "is about normal."Report courtesy of McQueeney Marina. Canyon Lake Stripers are fair to about 15 pounds, but the largemouth and smallmouth bass are slow. The channel cat are good, while white bass fishing is fairly slow. Report courtesy of Canyon Lake Marina. ounce on Killer Be* crank in IO feet of water; crappie slow, catfish good to 13 pounds on shrimp. MOSS LAKE Water dear 79 degrees, norms! level; Mack bass poor; crappie poor; white bess fair trolling on Bayou Boogie; catfish slow MURVAUL: Water deer eight inches low; Mack bees few to eight pound*. 16 ounces, many fours, fives on grape worms rn flats off m#tn creek channel, crappie stow; catfish good to five pound* in mam creak channel on tropine and lug Ii nee in wooded areae on live bart and drifting nightcrawlers end shrimp PALESTINE Water clew. 79 degrees, IO inches low; black bess fair to eu pound*, seven ounces on topweters. asok*. Mu* ringworms, striper fair to six pounds on lower end of lek*, crappie fan on minnows and jigs; catfish fair to 2H pounds on rod and reel. RAY HUBBARD Water deer. 86 degrees, one foot low; bleck bees good to 4 It pounds on Meek worms in river channel rn eight feet of water. hybrid striper end striper good to 16 pound* on tov* bait trolling near dam to IO hah per boat. crappie slow, white bees good to 2W pounds on slabs and castmaeters around Robinson Perk and river Midges, catfish fair drifting shrimp in IO feet of water. TAWAKONI Water deer normal level. Mack bees tau to good to six pounds on topweters, worms; striper fee to four pounds on spinners. L’iI George, spoons, crappie tau at night 30 feet of water on minnow*, catfish good to 30 pounds on tropine and shrimp, tov* bait TEX OM A Water clear. B4 degrees, normal level, black bass good on Bush Hog spinners to fivs pounds, striper good to 22 pounds on live bait end trolling Hellbenders, white bees tau, cr ap pi* slow, catfish excellent to 26 pound# on jug and uotlin* with live bari WELSH Water dear. 96 degrees, normal level. Mack bees good to eight pounds five ounce* on strawberry eight inch worms, crappie alow, catfish alow. SOUTHEAST CONROE Water dear 8 inches low. bleck bees fairly slow. some good sued. mostly smell on chrome RatLuap* end worms in 10-30 feet of water striper-hybrid end white besa alow. crappie spotty 1820 feet of water around Midge pitiers, catfish good eight pounds on bottine, brim good; grate carp good    • TRUST US The Professionals In Commercial And Residential Roofing AN Over Central Texas For Nearly 40 Years CAU. 379-635I.M SEGUIN HOUSTON COUNTY Water clear. 78 degree**, normal lever. Mack baas good to 10h pounds on live perch. hyMtd stir per slow crappie very good near dam. white bees slow. catfish fairly good to 13 pounds on live batt LIVINGSTON Water deer. 86 degrees, normal level. Meek bae* fee to 4 H pounds on cranks end grape worms; striper fair m lake to 12 pounds lr oiling deep diving lure* with jig. white bee* tau to 126 fish per dey on spoons and Bab*, crappie tau suspended in 812 feet of water, channel catfish good to 2H; Mu* cattish good to 26 PUBLIC NQI ICE Genera! Telephone Company of the Southwest in accordance with the Rules of the Public Utility Commission of Texas, hereby gives notice that a Private Coin Service Tariff has been filed with the Public Utility Commission of Texas Under the proposed tariff, Private Coin Service would be offered for use with a customer-provided instrument-implemented coin telephone at the request of the customer The new service is scheduled to become effective on November 16, 1985 or upon approval by the Public Utility Commission of Texas The matter has been assigned to Docket No 6309 Persons who wish to intervene or otherwise participate in these proceedings should notify the Commission as soon as possible A request to intervene, participate or for further information, should be mailed to the Public Utility Commission of Texas 7800 Shoal Creek Boulevard, Suite 400N. Austin, Texas 78757 Further information may also be obtained by calling the Public Utility Commission Consumer Affairs Division at (512) 458-0223 or (512) 458 0227. or (512) 458 0221 teletypewriter for the deaf General Telephone CSQ pound# on stink bait yellow aet good to BO pounds RAYBURN Wet#* deer two teat low bleck be## improving to Six pound* over mo** beds on topweters end plastic worm# stripers stow in lek# white bes# good schooling over lake to 100 fish per string catfish tax to 3 pounds on trotton* crappie good to 200 fish per string TOLEDO BEND Water deer. normal level Meek base slow to 3 H pounds on tiny torpedo end worms, striper reel good to 26 pounds n*#e dam on Hellbenders redfin# and Toledo jig crappie slow whits baas slow catfish alow brim real good on crickets SOUTH AMiSTAD Water dear 82 degrees 22 teat low. Meek baas alow striper very good to 23 pounds on shrimp ber inner,(tads with shed bodies cattier good to four pound* or shrimp BRAUNIG Watsr clear. 90 degrees sight inches sbovs normal, bleck bees very stow, several fives on plastic bleck or neon worm* with spoon# but BU below 21 inch minimum, striper tau two pounds on chicken liver redheh slowing down average IO pound* largest 23 pounds catfish tea to three pounds on ntapia liver, shrimp sod worms CALAVERAS Wit#* clee' 86 degrees normal level mack base good to 4 A pound# on bleck worm# in tai' numbers, striper good to this* pounds on silver spoon*, some redfieh but ail under sized fast crappie m over a year to 2 pounds on shiner, yellow ca rf ten alow lo 26 pounds. Mu# catfish fan to two pounds on cutbait corvine slow to this* pounds on silver spoons COLETO CREEK Water deer 84 degrees normal level, bleck baas tea and mostly under 16 inches largest wee 4Vy pounds on worm# strip*! slow crappie fair to I H pounds ai brush sr*** on m.nnowa at night catfish good to 4 pounds on Mood bait m eight feet of water FALCON Water deer 26 feet and holding steady Meek besa stow soma to six pound* on worms striper tea naer dam to 10 pounds i>ggmg whit# bess teaiy good around stat# perk catfish good but smell on frozen Shrimp MEDINA Water dear 19 feet low bleck bess fairly good to seven pound* many fours around Bob s Cove and Goat HUI Camp on purple worm# end minnow* dappi* good at night with good stringers around Anton# Hollow whit# besa and catfish slow TE XAN A Leks muddy 82 Jagless normal •val Mack bees good ai Na video end in jungle area north of Highway 66 to four pounds on Mack worm* and buzz baits striper tea at Needed cr app** and white bees good at Nev ideo and Mustang Higher is arse catfish few to five pound* on Hotline smaller on rod and reel from short WEST FORT Phantom hill Water murky due to winds six feet low bleck bats stow catfish sow and small GREENBELT RESERVOIR Water clear 78 degrees, normal level Meek baas alow white besa good early end late on topweters oh Little Cleo end Sidewinder walleye lea to tour pounds on nightcrawlers and figs crappie alow Mu# catfish good to IC pounds channel catfish good to 2 pounds on water doge shrimp and night crawler# a tins bait HUBBARD CREEK Water clear 78 day eat eight teat low black baas fairly good to IS pounds on spinners hybrid Striper real good to IO pounds trolling Oh four-Ounce saver spoons n JO feat of water crappie improving soma to 20 bsh par string aerty end tat* whit# base plentiful on lur## end minnow* to 25 fish per Stung c#tfi#h faety good on hotline to three pound* POSSUM KINGDOM Watw clear normal leva) Mack bess good to four pounds on JU tar bugs Hula Popper# and worm# in deep*' water worked t>ow striper stow crappy# stow whit* bass t#*N good cattish good to th,** pounds on trotkne# with minnows end btoodbsI RED BLUFF Waler murky 78 degree* I 7'aet tow Mack baa* stow hybrid stupa* fee to *•• pounds trolling Hot Spots and Speck Rig* near dam whit* baas fen In same area catfish stow WHITE RIVER LAKE Water muddy due to high winds normal level Meek bees fen to seven pounds sever' ounces other WI*# fishing gartered alow COASTAL PORT OCONNOR Radfian to IO pounds #• l#tt>e# surf producing good trout to thra# pounds scan ar ad trout to I h pounds at wax* trout good to two pounds on reefs to beck bays tora bart av anabia, good dolphin kings plentiful good ting and ambar tack ($4) BUMPER TO BUMPER Auto Parts Specialists Summer Savers Mechanics swear by us. 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