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Please note barbless hook re- strictions are in effect on the Eel, including the south fork of the eel. Steelhead fishing has been good on the mad river at and below the hatchery. Fish to 20 pounds have been caught recently on the Mad by those using corkies, puffballs, and roe imitations. The Smith is clear and fish- able, most are using roe with a large spin-n-glo or corkie. The Navarro River looks good but not too many fish have been caught lately. The Russian is looking good from Ukiah to Healdsburg, then becomes fast and muddy from the confluence of Dry Creek (due to flows from Lake Sonoma). The Garcia and the Gualala Rivers are looking fishable at this writing, poten- tial weekend rains may muddy them quickly. Lake Sonoma Bass fishermen have reported some fish, but none of any size. Most have been using crank- baits or rubber worms. Trout fishing reports have been few lately. Catfishing has been gen- erally slow. Lake Menflocino Striped bass fishing is still slow. Catfishing should improve with recent rains. Try around the south boat ramp or the chan- nel near the north boat ramp. Clear Lake Bass fishing has improved since last week but it is still only rated fair to good. Most have been trying spinnerbaits and rubber worms around docks and rock structure. Fish are report- ed to be "schooled up" so where you find one you should find a bunch. Catfishing remains good. Most catfishermen are using chunks.of anchovies, worms, or chicken liver. Upper Blue Lake Trout fishing has been fair to good. Bank fishinghas been only fair, trolling has been best. Page 6, Cloverdale Reveille, January 22, 1997 Eagles defe00t Fort Bragg for NCL I win By lberta Lyons The Cloverdale Eagles varsity boys' basketball team had a good week with wins over Middletown and Ft. Bragg. It's always nice to start out the North Central League I sea- son with a victory, and this the Eagles did with a 78-68 score over FortBraggin an awaygame on Friday, Jan. 17. Coach John Gastineau is very pleased with what he calls a "total team effort." The coach said that contributions are com- ing from all the players, even those who don't usually start. "We seem to be playing well right now and we are getting contributions from everybody," Gastineau said. For example, in the game with Fort Bragg, eight out the 12 team members scored. Contri- butions were made other than scoring - including some good defensive work. In this first league game Ja- son Smith scored three points; Justin Jackson, 12; TJ Bird, 28; Chris Lands, one; David Smith, one. The score was made up of 30 field goals and 16 free throws. Jason Smith had a three-pointer and Ryan Warren also had a three pointer. TJ Bird continues to play well and was 12 for 17 from the field and four for four from the free throw line for his 28 points. In the 2uesday, Jan. 14 game with Middletown, the Eagles won 51-47. David Bowen had 12 points; Ryan Warren, 11; Justin Jack- son, four; TJ Bird, 17; Chris Lands, two; David Smith, five. There were 21 field goals and 19 free throws. TJ Bird was eight for nine from the field and one for one from the free throw line. Contributions came from David Smith, Chris Lands, and Brady Cox who don't normally start but "came in and picked up the team when we were down a little," coach Gastineau com- mented. The trio played in the second and third quarters when the Eagles outscored the Mus- tangs 29-15. The next league game is this Friday, Jan. 24 - a home game against Clear Lake. "This is a tough early league game for us," noted the coach. He explained that Clear Lake is the number two ranked team in the Redwood Empire while the Eagles are number three. The junior varsity will start play at 6 p.m. At Cloverdale Middletown - 17 7 8 15 - 47 Cloverdale. 9 14 15 13 - 51 At Fort Bragg Cloverdale - 19 19 19 21 - 78 Fort Bragg - 10 21 12 25 - 68 Junior Varsity Play The junior Eagles beat Middletown, 48-25 and also de- feated Fort Bragg, 53-44. In play with Middletown, Dustin Haug scored two points; Mike Ramazzotti, two; Sean Montano, six; Chano Diaz, six; Matt Brown, 14; Brenden Hampton, six; Eric Lopez, 12. In play with Fort Bragg, Dustin Haug had 12; Sean Montano, six; Chano Diaz, seven; Matt Brown, 14; Brenden Hampton, nine; Eric Lopez, five. In the game with Middletown Matt Brown and Eric Lopez re- bounded well and got some easy shots underneath the "We played pretty defense," said co Dunsing. Matt Brown also well in the Fort Bra there was over all defense. "Everyone aggressive. We scored points on the fast was lead by Dustin coach concluded. At Middletown. 6 5 10 Cloverdale - 10 10 At Fort Bra: Cloverdale - 9 15 16: Fort Bragg - 8 11 7 Citrus Fair entry forms due It's time for you to showcase your talents and possibly coveted blue ribbon. There is still time to enter your Afghan, orange marmalade, favorite cake, potted plant, ing, or photograph of your precious grandchild in the 1997 dale Citrus Fair which will be held President's Weekend 14 through 17. Entry forms for the Fair's Arts and Crafts, photography, l Floriculture, Baked Foods and Confections, d Clothing and Textiles, and Youth in Action, (Junior), De are due on Friday, Jan. 24. Citriculture entry forms are due on Feb. 7 and cam entered now through Friday, Feb. 14, the first day of the Manager Gary McDonald would like to encourage enter the fair that is celebrating"Carnaval of Citrus'. If, like to enter, the Participants' Guide and Awards Book is at the Fairgrounds office. Entry forms ma or mailed to One Citrus Fair Drive, Cloverdale, CA further information call (707)894-3992. Magic Carpet Cleaning Did your husband spill grape juice on your white carpet? Did your six-year-old and his golden retriever "Bubba" spend all day outside jumping in mud puddles only to bring the game inside and start jumping on your new couch? Or maybe Bubba had an accident on your Persian rug. Sometimes every house is in need of a little "magic". Magic Carpet Cleaning, owned by Roberto Malagon and Gloria Crone, is just what you need. Not only can they perform magic on your toughest stains, deodorize your carpet and get rid of mildew--they can Scotchgard your uphol- stery protecting it from mishaps and everyday wear. "We offer carpet cleaning, upholstery cleaning, and pre-spotting--and we guarantee our work. Ifa person doesn't like what we've done, we do it again. So far we've done quite a few places and we haven't had any complaints," Gloria said. 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