New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 30, 2005, Page 5

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November 30, 2005

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 30, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, November 30, 2005 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 5A FISHING REPORT Courtesy of Sylvan and Rose DeJardo, Fisherman's Corner, Canyon Lake, find out more at www.canyonlakefishing.com Guadalupe River 2005-06 trout stocking schedule ■ Please note that stocking dates may be subject to change. ■ Your freshwater license package includes the trout fishing stamp. Canyon Tailrace (Guadalupe River) — Trout will be stocked at the hydropower plant directly below Canyon Dam*, Whitewater Sports, the bridge crossing in Settler,The Cliffs* and Camp Huaco*. (*Free access for trout anglers). Dec. 9; Dec. 22; Jan. 6, 2006; Jan. 20, 2006; Feb. 3, 2006; Feb. 17, 2006. Trout Report: Trout to 14 inches in deep holes using orange San Juan worms, olive woolly buggers, chrome/blue spinners, red wigglers, small minnows and red Berkley PowerBait with split shot and No.12 or No.14 treble hooks. Canyon Lake Water clarity: Clear Water temperature: 63 degrees Current level: 907.10 Largemouth Bass: Good to 7 pounds on magic shad Fork Frog, white spinnerbaits and white buzz baits in 2 to 8 feet early, and later on Texas rigged crawfish Lake Fork Flippers, watermelon chartreuse flake Ring Fry or throw blue/silver Pirk minnows in creek beds in 10 to 25 feet. Smallmouth Bass: Good to 4 pounds on crawdad 2.5-inch YUM Craw Papis and sand pepper 3-inch YUM Mega tubes on humps and ledges in 4 to 12 feet. White Bass: Fair on live minnows and trolling shad crankbaits off main lake points. Crappie: Fair on live minnows and yellow Fle-Fly jigs tipped with live minnows around submerged trees, brush piles and standing timber in 6 to 12 feet. Striped Bass: Good to 10 pounds drifting live perch and trolling large chrome/white pet spoons across main lake points in 10 to 25 feet. Channel and Blue Catfish: Fair to 8 pounds on Lewis King punch bait, cut shad, large minnows and on trotlines baited with hybrid bluegill. Yellow Catfish: Fair to 20 pounds on juglines baited with hybrid bluegills along ledges in 30 feet. CANYON LAKE HH THE LAKE • STARTZVILLE • SATTLER • FISCHER • HANCOCK MANDY REARY Herald Zeitung MHN! N IOO million years in the making ’ ' I- <r\ J^T -4 TC ■ - srafe ^ ■ ' ■? . ■ ■ I I*. 2 :' • • I IS VA •• »■«    * . .*4>' Y Ss; - ‘    .    .- a A-.J    &    I'    - . \ _ DAVID INGRAM'Herald-Zeitung Texas State University geologist Carter Keairus, pointing, explainsTuesday how the force of water flooding over the Canyon Lake Dam developed the Canyon Gorge during the 2002 flood. For the full story, see Page 1A. CALENDAR of EVENTS Silver Sneakers Exercise Date: Daily Time: 9:30 a.m. Location: Community Resource and Recreation Center You should know: Senior-targeted, low-impact exercises with trained instructors. Cost: Free to Secure Horizons members; others, $2 donation. Information: Jaynellen Bateman, 830-964-3003 Home-Delivered Meals Date: Tuesdays andThursdays Location: Community Resource and Recreation Center You should know: Fresh and/or frozen meals are delivered to homebound Canyon Lake residents.To receive the service or to volunteer as a driver, call the center. Information: 830-964-2324 Canyon Lake Rotary Club Date: Today Time: Noon Location: Community Resource and Recreation Center Information: 830-964-4744 Homework Help Date: Today Time: 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Location: Tye Preston Memorial Library You should know:Tutoring by Smithson Valley PALS students. Information: 830-964-3744 Preschool Storytime and Baby Lapsit Date: Today Time: 10 a.m. Location: Tye Preston Memorial Library You should know: Tiffany Cargile, facilitator. Information: 830-964-3744 Lunch and Learn Series Date: Today Time: Noon to 1 p.m. Location: Tye Preston Memorial Library You should know: Paula Lynch of Encore Catering and Susan Snow of Small Favors Florist will bring holiday ideas from food to flowers. Information: (830) 964-3744 Canyon Lake Noon Lions Date: First and Third Thursdays Time: Noon Location: Canyon Lake Golf Club You should know: Visitors are welcome. Information: 830-935-4265 or www.clnoonlions.cjb.net Thrift Store Luncheon and Style Show Date: Thursday Time:11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Location: Community Resource and Recreation Center You should know: Lunch inside North Pole Village and enjoy a fashion show featuring lovely Thrift Store "finds." Entertainment, door prizes, holiday boutique Information: 830-964-2324 2m< 22nd Annual Christmas Parade of Lights on Canyon Lake Date: Saturday Time: 6 to 9:30 p.m. Location:The parade will pass by all the parks and most of the homes on Canyon Lake. Judging will take place at Canyon Lake Marina.This is an event that allows both power and sail boats to participate together. North Pole Village Date: Dec. 8-17 Time: 6 to 9 p.m. Location: Community Resource and Recreation Center You should know: Enjoy the magic of the North Pole with a stroll through Santa's Village. For children of all ages. Information: 830-964-3003 27th annual Christmas Parade Date: Dec. 10 Time: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Location: FM 2673 in Sattler. You should know: Annual parade with floats, bands, musical groups and others. Information: 830-964-2223 nm/a / FISCHER TEXAS W E IH N A(. HTS MARKT CHRISTMAS MARKET DHC. 2, 3 & 4 from 10-5 FM 306 to FM 484 to Fischer Remember loved ones during holiday season Tis the season for family, friends and giving of yourself. Last week, we sat down to Thanksgiving — enjoying a dinner with friends and family and reminiscing of all that we were thankful for. Tomorrow starts the Christmas countdown — only 25 days left to pull off the perfect holiday. The day after Thanksgiving is traditional for shopping, football games, trimming the tree, baking Christmas cookies, listening to carols and, best of all, eating the leftover turkey and all the fixings. While stewing the turkey carcass and making endless trips to the attic to pull out all the tree trimmings and ornaments last week; I asked myself if the effort was worth it. As I trimmed the tree with the kids getting underneath my feet, making a mess out of the string of lights, I sighed and held my temper in check, still asking, “is this worth it?” But my youngest child, Ashley, changed the mood quickly when she held the angel tree topper in her small hands and said, “Momma, it is time to put her on top of the tree. We did it!” My heart wanted to melt reading the excitement in her eyes and sensing all the hope and expectations this Christmas will bring her. As a child growing up in a MARILYN BUSH Marilyn Bush is a mother of four children and a business owner in Canyon Lake. Table Talk large family, we made a big to-do about anything and everything. I remember one year that money was pretty tight. Momma made all our clothes. And even though I wanted something store bought, I cherished everything she made me. It was more special when all my friends were envious of her handiwork. The lessons I learned at a young age are to garnish your life, deck your heart, trim your tree’s limbs (your children) and enjoy this festive season. This year, try to celebrate and honor your life’s work by recognizing that your family is the most important aspect of your life. Let’s spruce ourselves up, spending as much time on ourselves as we do decorating the tree. Let your spirit shine upon your family and bless all whom are touched by your kindness. I lave a great holiday season as you embrace your family and those you love. THE WILDFLOWOl HAIIX •Rustic Decor • Barnwood Designs • Unique Gifts • Souvenirs • Home Accents • Windchimes • Seeds • Seasonal D6cor HOME OF THE $5 RUSTIC BIRDHOUSE/BIRDFEEDER Rustic Pine Bookshelf Made with kiln-dried wood. 4 ft Wide - Rustic Pine Values to $239 99 SALE $149.88 Glass Pickle Ornament Old World German Tradition, Gift Boxed with legend SALE $2.97 Time to plant Texas Wildflower Seeds! 1077 S. Seguin Ave. • (830) 629-0755 Corner of Seguin Ave & Bus 35 OPEN Tues • Sat 9:30 am • 6 pm • Sun.: 11 am • 5 pm m-m ana__ BT? THEE SUMM Parent Organizations • Community Organizations Clubs • Events* Meetings Sports • Stories • Deals CATCH IT ALL EACH MORNING! Coll 625-9144 to subscribe today! HERALD-ZEITUNG DO YOU HAVE ASTHMA? lf so, you may qualify for a research studyi of an investigational medication to treat asthma. Qualified candidates must be at least 12 years of age. lf you qualify for this study, you may receive at no cost to you: + Study related physical exam and laboratory tests + Investigational medication or placebo + Compensation up to $540 for your time and travel * ii;' \ ' :;r? il | Decorating & Remodeling SpecialisM!||Ki FinefArt Gallery featuring Local Hill [Country/Artists, rn Spectacular Christmas Gifts and Home PecorBi ■BJK _ J    rn    /    ■gHrJ ;

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