New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 15, 1985, Page 8

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August 15, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 15, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Outdoors H«rald-Zeitun$ Thursday, August 15,1985 8 A Dove season approaching By CHARLES PARSONS Outdoors writer On Sept. I, the single most important social hunting event of the year begins with the commencement of dove season. Unlike other sorties, which generally require a one-on-one relationship between the hunter and his quarry, dove shoots allow friends, family, kids and associates to enjoy a fine outing without worrying about being noisy or having to hunt alone. Almost every opening-day dove hunt involves fine food, great barbeque, good drink, and best of all, exceptional fellowship in what is normally superb weather. Before the hunt there are some preparations to be made. Although your guns were cleaned before they were stored last year, a thorough once-over with oil, rag and degreaser is in order. A few practice rounds could certainly help redeem that shooting eye that has been on hold for many months. The early afternoon before the doves start arriving offers an excellent time to sight in your deer rifle in anticipation of the upcoming season. Another thing to consider if you are going to hunt several times, although most people generally hunt doves the first day only, is in the reloading factor. By reloading your own shells, you can save approximately 50 percent of the cost of manufactured shells, which average close to $5 a box. Doc’s Guns in New Braunfels has a complete supply of all reloading equipment and supplies one would need. A 12-bird per day limit has been imposed by Texas Parks and Wildlife, including two white-winged or white-tipped doves. Possession limit is twice the daily limit. Remember, a state white-wing stamp is required to legally bag a white-wing. Seasons are set as follows: North Zone, Sept. 1-Nov. 9; Central Zone, Sept. l-Oct. 30 and Jan. 4-13; South Zone, Sept. 20-Nov. 12 and Jan. 4-19. Legal shooting hours are 30 minutes before sunrise to sunset. So get ready, enjoy, and hopefully come home with the makings of a fine dinner. Incidently, my favorite method of preparing doves is to brown them in oil in an skillet, then add either mushroom soup or mushroom steak sauce to cover and simmer for about an hour. Use two or three birds (or more) per person. Fishing report AUSTIN (API Here is the fishing report compiled by the Parks and Wildlife Department CENTRAL BASTROP Water clear 91 degrees, normal level; black bass fair to 2'A pounds on clear plastic worms with downriggers in deeper water midday hybrid striper slow crappie fair at night fishing in deeper water with minnows; catfish fairly good to 3 'A pounds at creek mouth BROWNWOOD Water dear, two feel low, black bass fair to three pounds mainly on purple firetail and blue whitetailed worms, hybrid striper good to six pounds crappie good to 35 fish per string white bass good to two pounds to 45 fish per string, yellow catfish good to 29 pounds on hotline with live bait; channel catfish good to 2 'i pounds in good numbers BUCHANAN Water clear. 82 degrees, nine feet low, black bass good to three pounds on worms, cranks striper good to eight pounds on chartreuse jigs crappie slow. white bass good to 35 fish per string on topwaters early; catfish good to 14 pounds on hotline with shad FAYETTE Water clear 86 degrees, one foot low. black bass fair to nine pounds on purple worms, crappie slow, catfish real good to 45 pounds on jugime with live bait GIBBONS CREEK Water fairly clear 85 degrees two feet low black bass slow with only one 8 pound keeper, a good number of smaller bass in slot limit, on minnows. DB 3. silver flake green and red worms, cranks, crappie good to 25 fish per string on minnows, catfish good to 16 pounds in fairly good numbers; average 20 boats per day in hot weather LBJ Water murky, 83 degrees, normal level, black bass good to 2 ’? pounds on black worms with chartreuse tails striper good to six pounds on yellow jigs crappie fair on docks at night on minnows with strings to 25 fish, white bass slow, catfish good to IO pounds on carp LIMESTONE Water murky, 84 degrees, 18 inches low black bass slow to two pounds on spinner and worms crappie good during daylight but moving toward bridges to 30 fish per string, white bass fair near powerlmes to 30 fish per string, channel catfish good to seven pounds on hotline NORTHEAST ATHENS Water clear, 83 degrees, nine inches low black bass fair to seven pounds on purple worms wMe bass good in deep water on chrome and white lures, crappie good with strings to 40 fish in 20 feet of water on minnows in brush; catfish fair at night on trotline with bloodbait. sunfish good in 12 feet of wter on crickets 1985-86 MOURNING DOVE HUNTING ZONES Unlike other sorties, which generally require a one-on-one relationship between the hunter and his quarry, dove shoots allow friends, family, kids and associates to enjoy a fine outing without worrying about being noisy or having to hunt alone. Briefly Local report Lake McQueeney Catfish and bass fishing has been good, with one group brining in IOO pounds of bass during a tournament last weekend. The catfish are good in al! sizes, but nobody wants to say what they're using to catch them. Other species are fairly slow. Report courtesy McQueeney Marina. Canyon Lake The heat "has slowed fishing almost to a standstill, although fishermen are catching a few black bass up to three pounds. The guides keep searching the lake for the deep, cool spring where the fish are beating the heat, but sc far without much success. Report courtesy Canyon Lake Marina. and Tiny Torpedo. crappie fax at spillway cattish good drifting near dam on stmkbait and shrimp PALESTINE Water clear 86 degree* IO inches low black bass fair to five pounds on worm* striper slow, crappie slow catfish good ti 28 pounds on hotline with live bait RAV HUBBARD Water clear 86 degrees 20 inches tow black bass fan lo four pounds an topwaters early and late striper good ti 13 pounds on deep runners with Streamers I r nrpi»-fairly stow white bass fair catfish *t< >w TAWAKONI Water clear 80 degrees norma: level black bass stow to tou> pounds striper tax to three pounds fishing general stow due to ack of fishermen; channel catfish good to 2 pounds on rod and reel and trotline TEXOMA Water clear 83 degrees two feet tow black bass fax to five pounds on Bas' K -g spinners striper good to 20 pounds trailing Hellbenders and topwaters crapp-e slow wr 'e bass fan on Bayou Boogies lo 20 fish per string cattish excellent to 25 pounds on live bait WELSH Water clear 100 degrees one foot low black bass good to six pounds 12 ounces or purple glitter eight inch worms crappie stow catfish stow SOUTHEAST CONROE Watei tax y clear 16 cries w black bass fairly stow to five pounds on worms DB 3 deep diving lures trolling better than casting, no limits but tan numbers of bsh fish turn on tor 15 minutes then quit tor two hours hybrid striper good to eight pounds trolling chrome baits xi deep channels crappie good tired but slow et number around stickups and brush white bas* stow i att.sh good on trotline x eight pounds grass carp moved to upper end of lake to 30 pounds on Papa Earls dough bait fishing good around the clock HOUSTON COUNT Y Water clear 81 degrees one toot tow black bass good rn tar tty good numbers to nine pounds nine ounces tom# limits m IO 18 feet of water un silver Torpedo and purple worms early and late white bass good to three pounds averagrrtg 75 bsh per String on stiver spoons crappie real good to 50 fist x dan area in deep and shallow water hybrid striper good to four pounds to 30 fish per til arg on stlvei cranks near dam in 18 feet of water cattish good to 18 pounds on trotlxie good to three pounds on rod and reel on live worms dough bad or stmkbait Teal season coincides with dove Since many people hunt on tanks which often have ducks, hunters shouldn't forget the early teal season. Teal migrate through the state ahead of most other waterfowl. Hours are the same as those for dove hunting. The limits are four daily and eight in possession, and the season runs Sept. 14-22. State and federal waterfowl stamps are required to shoot the ducks. Goose Island park to be expanded Sun Exploration and Production Co. has donated seven acres of land adjacent to Goose Island State Recreation Area to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. The property, which fronts on St. Charles Bay. will be an extension of the 307-acre Goose Island Park, which is located IO miles northeast of Rockport. Licenses available for 1985 86 seasons The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has announced that 1985-86 hunting and fishing licenses and regulations are now available. The licenses have been shipped to all department field offices, and to license deputies who have met bonding requiremnts These outlets include many sporting goods stores, tackle shops an other retail establishments Officials urge sportsmen to consult the new Hunting Guide as well as the Fresh and Salt Water Fishing Guides for information of changes effective Sept. I, including increased fees for most hunting licenses and various hunting and fishing regulation changes. Hunters show set this weekend The Texas Trophy Hunters Association is sponsoring its annual Hunters Extravaganza Hunting Show" Friday through Sunday in Fort Worth. Hunting and fishing guides and outfitters as well as numerous hunting product dealers will be in attendance at the show. More than 200 booths will be set up during the three-day show to be held at the Amon Carter Exhibit Building at the Will Rogers Memorial Center BOB SANDLIN Water clear 82 degrees normal level bleck bass (air to eight pounds on black worms and brown worms crappie (airly good to 16 bsh per string around tree trunks in deep water on minnows, white bass still schooling to 70 bsh per string on cranks with orange belly and silver L II George bream slow cadish slow BRIDGEPORT Water clear si* (eel low, black bass stow hybrid striper and white bass good at Methodist and Boy Scout Camp bats early and late, crappie (antastic with stringers to IOO bsh (airly common in 20 (eel o( water, cadish good to 22 pounds dn(tmg on shrimp and worms, channel cadish good to six pounds CEDAR CREEK Water clear, 85 degrees, 16 inches low, black bass slow and spotty hybrid striper (air. crappie good to 35 bsh per string. white bass good to 200 bsh per string surfacing early and late, channel cadish good to ti* pounds. yellow cadish good to 37 pounds CYPRESS SPRINGS Water clear 84 degrees six inches low black bass (air to (our pounds on topwaters early and late black and chartreuse worms during day. crappie good to 42 bsh per string in 20 (eet o( water on minnows and Little Tunes cadish good to three pounds in 12 (aet o( water on cutbait FORK Water deaf 89 degrees, normal Itval black bass (air to good to two pounds, mostly 12 14 inches on Strawberry metaitiake worms and black blue laminated ringworms Ratltraps and Sidewinders, crappie good to two pounds with stringers to 50 (uh on minnows and |igs, bream good shallow in (antastic numbers on crickets and redwoods, blue cadish good to 12 pounds, channel cadish good to three pounds on cutbait LAKE 0 THE PINES Water clear IO inches tow black bass picking up to 4 'ii pounds on Billy Bass lures and plastic worms some limns hybrid striper slow crappie slow cadish (air to six pounds on trotlines baited with minnows some teal ducks coming in MARTIN CREEK Water cleat IOO degrees. one (oot high black bass slow due to lack o( (ishermen, crappie and bream slow, cadish ex cellent, drifting and on trotline to 10 pounds on shrimp and night crawlers MONTICELLO Water clear, 110 degrees on# (oot high black bass slow due to lack ot (ishermen crappie and bream slow cadish ex cellent, drifting and on trotline to IO pounds on shrimp and night crawlers MOSS LAKE Water clear, one (oot low 82 degrees black bass poor crappie poor white bass (ax to 15 bsh per string on Bayou Boogie with trailer, cattish-(airly good to (our pounds on stmkbait and shrimp MURVAUL Water clear, 14 inches low. black bass slow to (our pounds on spinners. Moss Bosh No Overtime Charges Ever! 24 HOUR 7 DAY SERVICE Locally Owned & Operated AMERICAN PLUMBING •NO SERVICE CHARGES •FREE ESTIMATES •SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNTS •SEWER CLEANING •RADIO DISPATCHED City Wide ■iHiEiliIilil HH Water Lines ‘Sewer Lines Hoyt “IO Yr.” Water Heaters AUSTIN 255-000 • SAN ANTONIO 225- GARDEN RIDGE—BRACKEN LIONS CLUB Invites you to join your friends and neighbors for an evening of fun and socializing at their 13th Annual FISH FRY AND AUCTION Saturday, Auguat 17,1888 ★ Bracken Volunteer Fire Station on FM 2252 midway between Loop 1604 and Natural Bridge Cavern Road. ★ Auction items will be available for viewing and Refreshment Stands open at 2:00 p.m.! ★ Fish will be served from 3:00 p.m. till 8:00 p.m.! Adults: $3.50    Children: $2.50 ★ AUCTION STARTS at 4:00 p.m.! ★ Approximately 200 items to be auctioned! ★ Something for everybody- Antiques, Sporting Goods, Firewood, Furniture, Auto Supplies, Live Stock, Small Appliances and many more great items. ALL PROCEEDS will go toward the support of the Lions Crippled Children Camp, sight conservation programs, youth programs, health care for the needy, Christmas baskets for the less fortunate and other charitable causes. ;

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