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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 16, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas June HeraldZeltung Sports PagellA Keith Warren For clear less tackle can be better Clear water lakes and streams are some of the most beaqutiful places to Many times these rocky shorelined impoundments have a very large fish You can actually see fish in shallow wateror next to cover but getting them to bite can be very In order to be successful catching fish in clear you should downsize your By I mean you need to go to a light action rod with light usually 10pound test or downsize your lure Seldom do I use a lure that weighs more than onefourth ouncein clear Many times Ill to a one eighth ounce or even a one sixteenth ounce lure with good A good rule is that the clearer the the lighter the equipment There is a drawback to this light which is when you get a big fish on small tackle its often difficult to The small hooks dont pene trate deep enough in the mouth of a good sized Color selection is critical in clear I prefer to use smoke or gray colored lures that resemble These colors have produced the best results for me on clear sunny if you have a rainy dark day with lit tle light its best to go to darker lures such as brown or Lure selection is really pret ty All kinds of small grubs and soft plastic worms no longer than four inches will Topwater lures are good choices anytime the water tem perature exceeds 60 In offcolored the water temperature needs to be closer to 70 degrees for fish to really want to strike a topwater My best advice is to use a popper type lure with a back try to match color selection with weather condi tions and the clear water lakes are best when the water level is high and new cover is in the This new cover provides excellent habitat for the food when the lake ris es it will turn the water a little This gives the fishermen a tremendous Change to heavier tackle because your chances of catch ing a real big fish are best when the water is my advice is to fish slowly in clear water even when the water is the fish seem to strike slow mov ing lures There are times that fast moving lures will trigger but more often than slow moving lures work best in clear Keith Warren Is the host of The Texas Angler which broadcasts Catch The Texas Angler locally on KABBChannel 29 cable channel Jl Saturdays at 8 For more Bulls hope to squelch rising Suns t Phoenix can even series regain home court advantage in Game 4 tonight Michael Jordan By The Associated Press CHICAGO Your Phil Chicago lost its chance for a sweep after Phoenix coach Paul Westphal shook up his strategy in Game 3 of the NBA The homecourt advantage the Bulls swiped from the Suns may be the next to Tonight its Chicago coach Phil Jacksons turn to tinker with tactics and keep Phoenix from evening the scries But not too Teams adjust as their fortunes Finetuning goes on all he espe cially by the But both coaches downplay the impact of major changes at this stage of the Westphal shifted numerous defen sive assignments for Game particu larly having Kevin Johnson guard Michael Phoenix won 129121 in triple overtime Sunday I dont think the new wrinkles matter that Westphal I think the main thing is the game is going to be decided by the Thats what happened in all three The Bulls will try to become the first team in the bcstof7 series to win at If they do that they will wrap up their third consecutive title Friday night in noisy Chicago Sta the scries returns to where Chicago won the first two Playing at home will be an advan tage at some Jackson although he feels visitors arc more focused in a hostile environment with out distractions from friends and fam For what happens on the court is more important than where the court is located or what plans coaches I really dont think that anybody makes major adjustments in the play he You make a lot of minor adjustments and you hope the team plays Jackson hopes to take better advan tage of the matchup of Chicagos 7 foot center Bill Cartwright on offense against 6foot5 Charles Charles Barkley Braves right fielder Danny Carlllo misses a diving catch on a Rockies line drive Tuesday The Braves HeraldZeitung photo by JOHN HUSETH Braves walk to TriCounty win over Rockies By RICHARD TIJERINA Sports Editor The Braves didnt necessarily have cold bats Tuesday but they werent exactly swinging at every thing Rockies pitcher Andy Garcia threw at them It paid Garcia walked 10 four of whom The Braves from New Braunfels High School went on to win 53 in a TriCounty For Rockies coach Norm Hoff the experiment Dec imated by the loss of an experienced group of seniors last year at Clemens High Hoffman is entering this season looking for a starting pitcher and a starting Tuesday his two of his top prospects for the positions saw who will be a junior this is being converted into a pitcher after starring at shortstop last He looked overpowering at but suffered control problems through out the Five of his 10 walks came on four straight All the Braves had to do was sit at the plate and Catcher Darin Teague had a single and scored one of the Rockies but looked lost as three Braves recorded stolen The Braves scored four runs on two hits in a big second John ny Reyes walked on four straight then moved to second on a double to left Larry Hildebrand walked to load the bases before being knocked in on a Braves The first four Braves scored in the which ended when Jeff Juarez struck out It was Garcias lone strikeout of the While Garcia was searching for his lost the Braves looked Braves pitchers gave up one walk when Alfred Trevino walked in the final Trevino stole second third on an error and scored the Rock ies final run on a passed With the the Braves improved to 32 in TriCounty The Rock ies fell to Both the Rockies and Braves play at Canyon Thursday in a twilight doubleheader starting at Sports Bulletins Quotable July Fourth Four Miller The San Antonio Road Runners are sponsoring a fourmile run July at 8 at Lindberg Park at Kelly The preregistration fee through June 29 will be for SARR members and active military and for nonSARR Late and raceday registration wil be from at Lindberg For more information con tact John Delgado at 210 Topreregis send with Tshirt size to SARR July 4 Box San TX 78212 or regis ter at Roger Sellers 2589 Soccer tryouts The 81 Crossfire Division I soccer team will hold tryouts June 26 from 8 to noon at the The team is for players under 13 with birth dates between 1980 and July Players should bring a and dark shirt and some For more information call 7323793 San Antonio or Atlanta Braves tryout The 1992 National League champion Atlanta Braves will hold two tryout camps in the area this The first will be June 21 at 9 at Southwestern University in while the second will be June 26 at Marys Uni versity in San Antonio at 9 The camps will be under the direction of Ray the Braves Texas Payers must be between the age of 16 and 23 and they must supply their own shoes and There are no fees to participate in the Water Works Water Works aerobic selfpaced aerobic workouts done in the water to are offered at Landa Classes meet on Wednesday and See Sports Page 12A Through years of experience I have found that air offers less resis tance than Jack on why he tees up a golf ball so Edberg draw looks like smooth sailing Wimbledon seedings favor former champ By Associated Press often takes more than just a great grasscourt game to win Sometimes it requires a little This year the good fortune has smiled on Stefan Seeking his third Wimbledon the 2 seed was given an apparently easy ride through the early rounds of the tour nament when the draw was made The 27yearold Swede sits in a bracket void of big He faces a qualifier in the first round and looks to have a comfortable road against unher alded opposition until at least the fourth when he could face the 16 Thomas in a tennis year plagued by upsets and the stabbing of Monica it could be the consistent Edberg who earns a ticket to another Grand Slam But lest Edberg be it should be remembered a match against a qualifier doesnt guarantee Ivan Lendl learned that lesson the hard way when he lost to newcomer Stephane Huet in the first round of the French Open last Edberg and seventhseeded Lendl are projected to meet in the Wimbledon although Lendl may first have to get by Ukrainian sensation Andrei seeded BIRTHDAY CflCllltllflON SRTUflDflV 19TH Join Discount Cellular and HNftT 9IFM for and BIN II SPECIAL Moronoin PT660 HANDHELD Best selling flipphone DISCOUNT CELLULAR AND PAGING Bell Mobile MOTonoin 2600 B TRANSPORTABLE 3 year warranty Best seller MOTOROlfl 8000 H PORTABLE Beit selling portable SPECIAL MOTonoin ULTRA CLASSIC PORTABLE year warranty 2 batteries Upha numeric UHIDCN 1900 B TRANSPORTABLE 3 year warranty Includes battery UNIDCN 1900 INSTALLED 3 years warranty Hands free With antenna TCCHNOPHONC 995 B TRANSPORTABLE Alpha numeric Includes battery CELLULAR CLEARANCE SALE EVERYJHING MUST GO CflUUUM PHONtt 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