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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 23, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Briefly f April Scoreboard SV Sports Banquet May 11 at Civic Center The Sffillhsen Valley High Schoei Banquet ttffltiteplaee May 11 at the New Br aunfels civic f lekets Mil ge on sale May i fa eaeh at the high Athletic Director Joe Matulleh said that dinner will be served followed by the program at i30 righting Ranger and Fighting Uaftgerette awards Will be presented to a sentof In each and the James Worthy Memorial Award will be given to one football In individual awards will be presented by Parks Department announces Vball info pe New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Summer 87 Volleyball League will be accepting sponsors fees Up un til May The east fs per Player fees will be player and the dtadllriefor fees teslifne 11 This holds true for all four leagues the Womens B and o ahd the League play begins June 9 in the B leaguerJtine lo in the A June 11 In the c league and June 14 in Co All games will be played at the ttaymarket volleyball courts located on Comal Street and all games begin at for more please contact Charlie Sandberg at 6255818 or go by the Parks office located in Landa one block from the Canyon Banquet slated for May 11 The date for the Canyon High School Athletic Banquet is May 11 at To leave more time for the honoring of there Wilt be no guest On the air Besting Michael Nuftft die middleweight 10 Basketball NBA Local sports Indiana at Atlanta Washington at beiroit Philadelphia at Milwaukee Houston it PoHlaftd 7 Basketball NBA Chicago at flfstraind Hockey Stanley Cup Wtfthijjeg at datne Basketball NBA Denver at Los Angeles first Mind Baseball Atlanta at Houston PKI6AY Baseball Chicago Cubs at Baseball San Francisco at Basketball NBA firstround 1 36 Baseball Baseball Ffedericksbiffg NBA By The Associated Prsss FIRST ROUND of Five Todays Games Chicago at Boston Seattle at Dallas Golden State at Utah Denver at Lakers NHL Stanley Cup By Associated Press DIVISION FINALS IBestofSevsn X Patflck Division Islanders Philadelphia series tied M Division Quebec Montreal Quebec leads aeries 261 todays dames Morris Division toronto at Detroit Smyihe Division Winnipeg at Edmonton niminiinniiniiimiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinuiiiiniiiiiMiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiNiiiitiiiiiiiiMiiiiiimiiHiiiiiiMiim schooling can improve a bad shot DALLAS AP Ken Davies is the sort of person you could pick out of a crowd at the With neatly trimmed wool tweed jacket and precise Davies is the stereotype for a British shooting He in the chief shooting instructor for Holland a venerable London firearms company that was producing a limited number of fine shotguns in the year before Texas became a In the conservative British still is pro ducing a very limited number of fine You can buy one for about if you pick a plain model and dont mind waiting years for Even If you dont have a Queen Elizabeths ransom to pay for a shotgun and you need a weapon before the fall hunting you still can profit from tips from who recently appeared at the Dallas Gun Club and gave shooting In teaching to shotgunners per year for the last 20 Davies has a pretty good handle of the miracle of the dead You know the dead bird Im talking about the one you shot and then watched while it flew away Davies looks as natural holding a shotgun as Jack Nlcklaus looks with a golf club or George Brett looks with a baseball In he likens the game of shotgunning to a game played with a small Shotgunning is an Instinctive just like Davies Shooting a moving target requires the same eyehand coordination as hitting a small ball in the case of the bird and The said is that bad habits creep into shooting style and selftaught shotgunners may never learn good Thats the value of a shooting he I can stand behind you and immediately identify and correct a shooting In a controlled we can repeat the same shot over and over again until you get it Left to your own you may never correct the Davies said he finds that Americans have a tendency to be far too deliberate in their shooting probably because most Americans who fire a shotgun also fire a ri Deliberation is positive for negative for Aside from trying to aim rather than point the Davies sees numerous problems in properly mounting the weapon in the first A shotgun has no rear The position of the gun against the shoulder and against the shooters cheek determines the sight An im properly mounted gun does not shoot where you think it is If a gun is bruising your jaw or upper you are not mounting it Davies Too many people try to drop their head down to the gun stock rather than bringing the stock up to their he The proper way to shoot is to hold you head fairly erect and lift the gun up to the Dont hold the shotgun at port arms pointing straight up unless its dangerous to do When you are preparing to mount the gun for a its better to hold the weapon horizontal to the gun butt held just under your arm Davies A quick movement lifts the shotgun to firing position against your Davies teaches the swing through method of shooting moving With the gun you start swinging from behind the swing through it on the same plane as the and fire as you pass the This Davies works for all field shooting On rising like quail or pheasant flushing in front of the Davies said he thinks most hunters have a tendency to shoot over the This is the shot that requires the most precise gun mounting because youre not actually swinging on the Davies You are shooting directly at Most shotguns shoot slightly American guns less so than English If you block out the bird with your gun bar you shoot over the Try to shoot at the birds This will even on a rising On crossing Davies recommends starting the bird and swinging past firing just as you Right to left he generally are easier for righthanded shooters than left to right merely because of the difference in Even though you swing through the you should never lose sight of the Davies The one ex ception is the incoming You still begin behind the in coming swing and fire just as you lose sight of the i Fishing Report AUSTIN i AP Here is the weekly fishing report as compiled by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department for April CENTRAL BASTROP Water 74 normal black bass fair to three pounds on lopwalers and hybrid strtper crappie fair al night to SO fish per boat on minnows under catfish good to IS pounds on live bail BUCHANAN Water 60 18 inches black bass good to six smoke glitter grubs In 28 feet of striper good to 15 pounds on chrome and black Redflns in 620 eet of crappie good with large strings in shallow water on while jigs in 26 leel of white bass good to 100 fish per str ing on clear glitter grubs and Toms Mtn nerv catfish good lo eight pounds on shad CANYON Water nor mal level largemouth bau 9006 to live on moloroil worms in JS leel ol tmalimoulh good to lour m llM ol water on salt ami pepper worms with chartreuse tails itnper iiow crappie good to Hi pounds on minnows to JS per string white bast good surfacing In take to IS livh per string on cattish good on shrimp and chicken bloodbait to 10 pounds walleye good on minnows around riprap to lour several in two pound GIBBONS CREEK Water 65 normal black bass fair with a good number o fishing within the a couple of keepers over 21 inches on blue worms erappte good to 25 fish per person on cat fish fair in 35 pound range on liver LIU Water 62 normal black good to five pounds on chartreuse and orange striper good to 11 pounds on Cotton Cordells Joint crappie good with strings to 40 fish per boai on minnows in shallow white good to 60 fish per boat on chrome Hay catfish good to 2 pounds shad and shrimp Water 61 18 in ches black bass very good to 40 fish per boat day lo four pounds on char treuse inch smoke glitter grubs oir inch plastic smoke and strawberry cranks generally slower Iran striper some around Lateway during day chasing crappie fair In 15 feel of water around submerged trees in while bass chasing spawning shad in coves in mid lake area blue catfish fair on live crawfish tp pounds uie Old Causeway on live bait and red worms picking up black drum In the 1830 pound class mostly in the channels on dead sea lice and cut crab fair redfish some no great numbersThree Islands area productive in the pot hole area to the east some birds working over trout in the Intracoastal live bail shrimp plentiful in the S8S10 snapper and grouper Not many fishermen SOUTH CHOKE Water 68 17 feet black bass good to pounds on chartreuse worms in 10 feet of striper crappie excellent with full strings in five feet of water on white bass cat fish excellent to 30 pounds on live LAKEVIEW Ruin or Shine Its FISH FRY TIME Erery Fridny 5 10 Enjoy homecooked fish or chicken untl outside tlininff on one of the prettiest lakes iti II MKKATKJT 6 WestofSeguin off FM 7H in Good numbers of drum to 35 pounds at the Jetties Seawolf the lighted pier at Texas City gas wells in Lower Galveston trout fishing beginning lo pick up along the edges oj the marsh line on high tide lo seven no great numbers yet some keeper codfish ground the end of the jellies In the 242S inch range on dead shrimp and cut live Bait becoming more available from to offshore pro ducing air numbers snapper to three w 10 pojjjnd snapper some specks along beach front piers though the inaw catches on the beach front waiting aad the the midweek fronts should slow fishing only for 9 should goart by GlW Coast Pier dyeing croaker ajad some Tim Scott Alan Jackson and Jon tindley had a suc cessful day of bow fishing recently on Lake The trio caught these six weighing in at a grand total of 100 pounds pn 70pound test line in shallow Bow fishing is allowed on nongame fish ny QCQflNQS CJsKHj nuuafcjrs oj over the weekend but opjt ajj of fish no UrolU ol trout but up to nine one weigbpd 5 Ofl tmit activity gs fes ojf Bedash gl first rigs offshore seat shrimp ana reomn calcnes spotty from upper Carancahua Bay and grassy shoreline of turtle bay an African Pompajxo weighing 23 j pounds landed at No l Turning Basin on live shrimp and 12 pound lest required i 15 minutes to land ROCKPORT RedJish spotty with good sized fish in low numbers In Allans Bight Mud island San Jose Island in s i d e a few redfish to eight pounds around Corpus Chrisli Bayou Trout have hegn pientUul to four pounds in Cppano Bay on live shrimp and 4lN irouM W Carlos Traylor live ball sMmp ayajjabjs at Wind sjajJAwJ aruund W fronj soutieist to Winds no airly tyeayy with ans mostly gone PORT Rftdflsli gop4 612 range perch aAd live shrimp anJ noinmg lu Drag about muddy CORPUS CHKlJiTl Redfish fair to a few scattered from orpus thnsti Bay to the no hotspots good numbers of specks lo eight pounds mainly around Bird Island Basin through Baffin Bay and into Ihe trout prefer live strawberry and root beer a few flounder along the causeway to three pounds on good numbers of large sling live bait shrimp plentiful but hard to keep alive due to cabbage heads Midweek fronts changed Ihe winds to 25 knots from Ihe should bf good again by tfee no drum this week Pip1 producing a few trout at drum run some gaJftop Easter to nine live bait shrimp available doien Bob Pier producing good aunibers of soiae black tipped shark to five a seven tppt haminerhead last Friday tojlhe4 sbatrt to five Sting ray landed which weighed 191 tjye in Corpus Bay tp on live sJftWiPS down arouud jeUies pil uJ POgT fisJWing in the bays a redfjsh picking up to 30 inches unstable hard on ijye DJMJtjyt at pr quart No ofi s h Q r a c t i y i 1 y SOWTH Fsw ayrnhpr 2 through your summer cooling During hpt summer months air conditioning costs can eat up over half of your electric But did you know Ipy using ceiling fans you can lower those costs and still stay cool The way to use a ceiling fan to lower your cooling is to your tfiermosjcat setting when you use the You actually raise your thermostat gs mych 6 degree pe no losjs of ysjfig a This djffe rencg can JiKe ijs cool by instead of 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