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:tTe - June 27, 2012 Page 13 A Wilderness Survival class will be offered by Linn-Benton Commu- nity College Saturday, June 30, from 9 a.m. to 3:50 p.m. in McKenzie Hall, room MKH-209, LBCC, 6500 Pacific Blvd SW, Albany, Leam how to be fully prepared in the unpredictable outdoors. The class is designed for the backpacker, hiker, hunter, ATV'er or back coun- try traveler. Review the basics of equip- ment, clothing selection and the skills needed to prepare for travel and emergency situations, and learn the basic planning elements to con- sider in advance of your joumey out- doors. Cost is $39 with a $2 lab fee. Residents aged 62 or older pay 75 percent tuition. Discount does not apply to material or lab fees. For more information, call (541) 917-4840, or visit www.lin- nbenton.edu and click on WebRun- ner Schedule. The OregonDepartment of Fish and Wildlife will host a free fam- ily fishing event for warmwater fish (bluegill, bass, crappie, catfish) from 4 to 8 p.m. Sunday, July 1, at at the Cheadle Lake in Lebanon. "This is a great way to intro- duce the family to fishing," said Karen Hans, ODFW Salmon Trout Enhancement Program Biologist. ODFW will provide loaner fishing rods, reels, and will have bait, bob- ber kits and materials about more fishing opportunities for participants at the event. ODFW staff and volun- teers will show families how to get started fishing." Cheadle Lake is located at 2700 River Drive in Lebanon. It can be accessed from the west on Russell Road. While trout are not stocked in Cheadle Lake, the lake has warm- water fish like bluegill, bass, crap- pie, and bullhead catfish. There is a boat ramp, fishing platform, and trail around the lake. Non-motorized boats or those with electric motors are allowed on the lake. The lake has many back water areas excellent for kayaks and canoes. All fishing regulations apply. Anglers aged 13 years and younger will not need a fishing license; an- glers 14-17 years old will need a ju- venile license. The event is part of ODFW's Family Fishing Program, designed to introduce families to the fun of fishing. For more information, con- tact Hans at (541) 231 9562. For a list of other Family Fishing Events throughout the state, visit the ODFW Web site at www.dfw.state.or.us. Linn County Sheriff's depu- ties last week recovered the body of a missing boy who was pre- sumed drowned in the North San- tiam River. Undersheriff Bruce Riley said that on Friday, June 22, at approxi- mately 10 a.m the Sheriff's Office received a call from a fisherman on the North Santiam River. He told deputies that while fishing from his drift boat near Spencer Hole, which is near the city of Gates, he saw a body floating along the riverbank. The body was confirmed to be www.dfw.state.or.us/MRP/regula- that of the missing 5-year-old boy, tions/sport fishing/docs/stonewall. Anthony Barkley Berlin. pdf Anthony accidently fell into the The daily bag limit for Pacific river near Niagara Park while fishing halibut is one fish and there is no with his father on May 18. His body minimum length requirement. The was found approximately three miles possession limit is onedaily limit at downstream from where he fell in. sea and three dailylimi on land. The A family friend, Eric Eugene annual limit per angleris six fish. Johnson, 22, jumped into the river in Sport anglers are :eminded that attempt to save Berlin but was swept possession of groundfsh is not al- away by the strong current and also lowed north of Humbag Mountain drowned. Johnson's body was re- when a Pacific halibat is aboard covered on May 18. their vessel during all-depth Pacific A Dallas family was rescuedhalibut dates. The exceptions are Pa- June 16 after they fell into the North cific cod (true cod, not lingcod) and Santiarn while kayaking. To see vid- sablefish (black cod) which may be eo of that rescue, visit http://www, retained with halibut between Hum- flashalertnewswire.net/images/ bug Mountain and Cape Falcon. news/2012-06/1216/55307/Water Other non-groundfish species Rescue Helo Pick off clip.mov (such as tuna and salnon) may be As the warm weather approach- possessed with halibuton open all- es, the Sheriff's Office is reminding depth Pacific halibut da/s (as long as people to use extreme caution when such species are taken luring autho- recreating in and around water, espe- rized seasons.and canpt with legal cially rivers and streams. The snow- gear). melt makes water significantly colder More details on reulations can and water levels are high, swift and be found at: http://w~w.dfw.state. very dangerous, or.us/MRP/finfish/halilut/index.asp * * * * * or in the booklet 2012 )regon Sport Ocean Regulations for lalmon, Hali- but and other Marine pecies. Gen- eral regulations can befound in the 2012 Oregon Sport Fisaing Regula- tions booklet. Fishery managers have added two more days to the popular all- depth sport halibut fishery off the central Oregon coast this weekend. Fishing for Pacific halibut will be open Friday, June 29, and Satur- day, June 30, at all depths. The spring all-depth season for the central coast area - from Cape Falcon (30 miles south of the Co- lumbia River) to Humbug Mountain (south of Port Orford) - opened May 10 on Thursdays, Fridays and Satur- days. It could have closed as early as June 2 if anglers catch the entire 120,821-pound quota. Although the openings during the spring fishery are usually three days, Thursday, June 28, will not be open. "After the Friday and Satur- day opening, fisheries managers will again look at the catch and see if there is enough quota remaining for additional back-up dates," said Lynn Mattes, halibut project leader for Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. Subsequent decisions on open dates will be announced on the Na- tional Marine Fisheries Service hotline (1-800-662-9825) and posted on the ODFW Marine Resources Program Web site at: www.dfw.state. or.us/MRP/. Potential dates for addi- tional fishery openings include: July 12-14 and July 26-28, until the quota is met. The summer season for the central coast all-depth fishery opens Aug: 3 and is scheduled to be open every other Friday and Saturday un- til the combined spring and summer season all-depth quota of 168,786 pounds is taken or Oct. 27, which- ever comes first. The high-relief area of Stone- wall Bank is closed to halibut fish- ing to reduce incidental catch of yel- loweye rockfish and canary rockfish. Both species are considered over fished and must be released immedi- ately by anglers. The closed area is defined by latitude and longitude waypoints, which are available on the Marine Resources Program Web site: http:// Motorists hauling boats in Or- egon are required to sop at posted watercraft inspection stations to have their boats, paddlecraft and other wa- tercraft inspected for aquatic inva- sive species. Inspection stations are open in La Grande, Central Point, Klamath Falls and Hines and will be open at other ports-of entry, highway rest stops and boat ramps across the state. Failure to stop at an inspection sta- tion could result in a $142 fine. All vehicles carrying kayaks, canoes, paddleboards, sailboats and any other boats, non-motorized or motorized, are required to stop. 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