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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 4, 2007, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, April 4, 2007 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 5A FISHING Report >Gl Hil I 'ourtesy of Sylvan and Rose DeJardo, Fisherman's Corner, Canyon Lake, find out more at vww. canyonlakefishing. com CANYON LAKE Water clarity: Stained Water temperature: 68 Current level: 914.53 Largemouth Bass: Good to 4 pounds on watermelon/red Lake Fork Tackle live magic shad, pearl ayu Pointer 78 and chartreuse/green lipless crankbaits on gravel flats along main lake and secondary points in 2 feet to 15 feet. Smallmouth Bass: Very good to 3 pounds on bluegill 1/2 ounce All-Terrain jigs and rayburn red lipless crankbaits over rock piles and along bluffs in 5 feet to 15 feet. White Bass: Fair on silver or shad No. 5 Shad Raps and split shotting minnows on main lake points or in back of coves in 3 feet to 15 feet. Crappie: Good on chartreuse Curb's crappie jigs tipped with live minnows around brush piles and submerged trees off main lake points and upriver in 4 feet to 10 feet. Striped Bass: Fair drifting hybrid bluegills or throwing a bone Reaction Innovations vixen into surface action in back of coves in 10 feet to 25 feet. Perch: Fair on Berkley maggots and live crickets. Channel Catfish: Excellent on Lewis King bait and hybrid bluegills in 6 feet to 20 feet. Blue and Yellow Catfish: Excellent on trotlines and juglines baited with hybrid bluegills or comets in 10 feet to 30 feet. Yearly tea party set to benefit local charities From staff reports Tea and crumpets, anyone? Get a taste of merry old England from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. April 22 at Winnie Benson’s English Garden Tea Party at 1009 Diamond Head, Canyon Lake. The women of St. Francis by the Lake Episcopal Church are hosting their second garden tea party to benefit local charities supported by the Episcopal Church Women. The charities include: Hope Hospice, Canyon Resource and Recreation Center, New Life Center and the Women’s Shelter. The party will feature door prizes, a raffle, music and a fancy hat contest. For more information, call 830-964-3820. Gold CHV Star EXTERMINATORS 790 ROCK STREET NEW BRAUNFELS, TX 78130 Voted Best Exterminator 2006 Now offering Fire Ant Treatment with a Full ONE-YEAR warranty! Call our office for an estimate (830) 608-1318 (830) 609-7700 (metro) LAKE THE LAKE • STARTZVILLE • SATTLER • FISCHER • HANCOCK % , ■    *»•    '•    *    v PBI Program aims to keep residents safe at home By Jessica Sanders The Herald-Zeitung Canyon Lake Fire/EMS officials are hoping to equip every home in the area with a smoke detector in the coming weeks. On Thursday, the department will launch a program offering free smoke detectors to area residents, Canyon Lake Fire Lt. Jeff Schultz said. Smoke detectors — complete with batteries — are being supplied through the offices of San Antonio attorney Wayne Wright. “We are the first department in Comal County to participate in the program,” Schultz said. Schultz said Canyon Lake Fire/EMS will start with ■ Donation allows fire officials to offer free smoke detectors ■ To get an application for a free smoke detector, visit the Canyon Lake Fire/EMS Central Station at 1425 Sattler Road or call Wayne Wright's office at (210) 734-7077. about 200 smoke detectors, which firefighters will install for free to anyone who requests one. “All they have to do is fill out a form or call the office of Wayne Wright,” Schultz said. “Some bigger departments like San Antonio and Austin have restrictions on age or income, but we want to start Custom Designs & Blinds ll I (J ll K S I (J I A I. I I Y0* I. 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However, smoke detectors are an important weapon in the fight against fire-related injuries and death, he said. “Any notification of smoke or fire is valuable,” Wherry said. “Scientific studies have shown that our ability to smell is one of the first senses that goes when we fall asleep. A lot of times, people never smell smoke if they are sleeping.” New Braunfels fire officials said Monday that a couple in their 90s were saved when a smoke detector alerted them to a house fire Sunday afternoon. The two seniors, who were napping when their attic caught fire, were woken by a smoke detector recently installed through the New Braunfels Fire Department’s free smoke detector pro gram. The New Braunfels program, in place since 1995, provides the free smoke detectors, batteries and installation for seniors. Bulverde and Spring Branch fire officials said their departments do not have free smoke detector programs in place. Bulverde Fire Chief Charlie Ivy said he is hoping to get his department involved in Wright’s program. 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