New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 3, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas
Wednesday, August 3, 2005 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 7A
Courtesy of Sylvan and Rose DeJardo, Fisherman s Corner, Canyon Lake
Trout to 12 inches using chartreuse Pistol Pete's, Griffith's No. 16 gnat, gold Blue FoxVibrax and red Eagle Claw Nitro eggs.
Water Clarity: Clear WaterTemp: 86 degrees Current Level: 909.09
Good to 5 pounds on baby bass Zara Spooks, impact yellow Lucky Craft Poppers and clear Crazy Shad at sunrise along breaklines, and later on pearl Norman crankbaits, Texas rigged smoke shad, YUM Houdini Shad and weightless green pumpkin/watermelon red 5-inch Yamamoto Senko near northside points and drop-offs in 6 to 25 feet.
Upriver, throw a chartreuse/blue Bomber "A" or weightless natural shad 4-inch Yamamoto Senko along ledges and trees.
Fair to 3 pounds on watermelon/red Reaction Innovations Smallie Beavers and black/brown/ pumpkin 3/8 ounce jigs with camo Baby Brush Hog trailers on humps and ledges in 5 to 20 feet.
Fair on live minnows, vertically jigging CC spoons and trolling white Tony Accetta pet spoons off main lake points.
Good on live minnows and 1/16-ounce jig tipped with chartreuse Berkley crappie bits in back of coves or around brush piles and standing timber at night under lights in 6 to 12 feet.
Fair to 10 pounds drifting comets and hybrid bluegills and good trolling 1-1/2 ounce Curb's striper jigs across main lake points at night under lights in 20 to 40 feet.
Good on live crickets and red wigglers.
Channel and Blue Catfish:
Fair to 8 pounds on red wigglers, shrimp dipped in blood bait and Big Marv's cheese bait.
Fair to 20 pounds on jug-lines baited with hybrid bluegills or medium goldfish along ledges in 30 feet.
By Melissa Johnson
The Water Oriented Recreation District of Comal County has named John K. Johnson its new manager.
Johnson was selected out of a pool of more than 70 applicants to head the local government authority, which works to conserve natural resources, improve public health and safety and operate public parks on the Guadalupe River and Canyon Lake.
Public Relations Director and Assistant Manager Kay Cote said Johnson’s experience in recreation and maturity were what made him stand out above the rest.
“I’m thrilled to be over here,” Johnson said. “This is a really interesting kind of work, and I feel like its possible for me to make a real contribution."
Johnson earned his bachelor’s in physical education and health from Texas A&M University in College Station and his master’s in recreation and leisure management from the University of Utah in Salt Dike City.
Johnson previously served as acting director of campus
recreation for Texas State University in San Marcos, where he was responsible for the daily management of facilities, personnel, programs, activities and services.
During his 20 years with the university, Johnson held numerous other positions, including associate director of campus recreation, assistant director of recreational sports and outdoor recreation and as a member of the adjunct faculty.
Johnson started the Texas State outdoor recreation program in 1984 and developed the outdoor center in Sewell Park as well as the adventure trip program. He taught outdoor recreation classes during the mid-1990s.
johnson said his experience at Texas State has prepared him for his current position by developing his interest in issues that surround the river and river recreation.
“I ve always been someone who espoused the idea of minimal impact and leaving the river better than you found it,” Johnson said.
Johnson’s current projects include adding lighting to county boat ramps and renovating the Village West boat
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Manager John Johnson inspects an inflatable canoe at the Water Oriented Recreation District office on River Road.
The new manager says his vision for WORD is to get back to basics and ensure that the district takes care of the envi
ronment as well as river and lake visitors.
“I really want to make sure that we take care of the basic things the district was set up
to do, which is clean up trash and maintain the health and welfare of tourists,” Johnson said. “We want to make suit people have a good time and
CALENDAR of EVENTS
Youth soccer registrations this month
Canyon Lake Rotary Club
Date: Wednesdays Time: Noon
Location: CRRC Building, Sattler
Information: (830) 964-4744
Silver Sneakers Exercise
Time: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9:30 a.rn.tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:30 a.m. Location: CRRC below Canyon Lake Dam You should know: Senior-targeted, low-impact exercises with trained instructors, using balls, chairs, light dumbbells. Cost: Free to Secure Horizons members; others, $2 suggested donation. Information: Call Jaynellen Bateman at (830) 964-3003.
Date:Thursdays and Tuesdays
Location: CRRC, Sattler You should know: Fresh or frozen meals are delivered
to homebound residents. Information: (830) 964-2324.
Lunch and Learn at Library
Date: Aug. 10 Time: Noon to 1 p.m. Location:Tye Preston Memorial Library You should know: Anna Quesenberry of Royal Cheesecakes will provide instruction about making the perfect cheesecake. Bring a lunch and learn.
Information: (830) 964-3744
'I Heard it at the Library'
Date:Tuesday Location:Tye Preston Memorial Library Time: 6 to 7 p.m.
You should know: Evening program for the popular "Lunch and Learn" workshop series. Robin Kunkel will detail all the recreational parks and activities available for kids and adults.
The Canyon Lake Youth Soccer Club will accept regis-trations for the fall season each Saturday in August.
Interested parents and players should look for the registration table between 9 a.m. and I p.m. in the parking lot of Mountain Valley School. Fees for the season will be $55 per player which includes a uniform and a trophy. Families with more than
two children receive a price break, as the maximum cost per family is $120. The fall season begins Sept. IO.
CLYSC asks that parents consider helping with field preparation and a im mjfctyp responsibilities as the chih depends on volunteers to function.
Work days at the soccer fields will be at 9 am. Aug. 13 and Sept. 3.
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NBLL coach Annette Needle will conduct a skills clinic for all girls ages 8-12. Aug. 8-12 from Sam to I pm, with a game scheduled for 9am on Aug 13. Cost is $75, which includes visor, shirt, shorts and lunch. Register at Vivroux’s Sporting Goods until Aug 5.
Call Needle at (210) 884-1740; leave a message at (830) 609-2218 or email to tulneedletfpyahoo.com.
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