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....... : .......... ; ............. 77 .............................................................................. i- .................................................................. Page 12 The Star July 14, 2014 Anglers may not bring aquatic bait from out of the state Anglers are reminded that it is il- legal to import all forms of live aquatic bait into North Dakota. This includes minnows, suckers, leeches, waterdogs (salamanders) and frogs. Anglers should buy bait from a li- censed North Dakota retail bait ven- dor. Bait vendors can properly identify species and have taken steps to ensure all bait is clean of any aquatic nuisance species. For more information, refer to the 2014-16 North Dakota Fishing Guide, available at license vendors or online at the State Game and Fish Department website, gf.nd.gov. At left: Craig Disher prepares to unleash his patented swing on the par 3 hole No. 6 during the Munro Tournament at the Rolla Country Club. At right: Gary Carl- son watches his chip head toward the pin on hole No. 9. Tourney (Continued on Page 11) up and across the hill on the 156-yard par 3. It had swatted down and tossed aside balls all day long. Only a few golfers had partially solved the puzzle of No. 6 until Rolla business owner and former Rolette County Sheriff Bryant Mueller stepped into the box. Mueller teed up his yellow Pinna- cle and stared down the flag. He chuckled a bit as he tried to judge the wind that was swirling like a wild beast caught in a net. With the experience of hundreds, maybe thousands, of nine-hole rounds at the club, Mueller selected his weapon, lined up the shot and un- with four golfers. Dale Peterson, Matt Glasner, Scott Mitchell and Kevin Morin all tied with a 71. Dale won on a count back. Three other prizes were also on the line Thursday and one produced what was argufibly the most exciting shot of the day. The longest putt prize went to Dale Peterson, who sunk a 20'5" bender on hole No. 9. Joe Laducer plunked a shot down just 8' 10" from the pin on hole No. 4 to win that contest. Then there was the shot of the day on hole No. 6. There was an angry wind blowing leashed fury. Mueller's playing partners, Gerry Krech, Kevin Svingen and Curt Jun- tunen knew it was good right away. The front-pin placement was fight in the wily veteran's berry patch. After the bounce and roll, Mueller's ball settled a mere 3'7" from the hole. He missed the putt but did pick up a nice prize for being I TIRES! SHOCKS! BRAKES! WHEELSI Reasonable prices/! NORTH CENTRAL TIRE Phone 477-6363 -- Rolla closest to the pin, " Maureen Munro continued the tradition started by her late husband, Tom, more than 20 years ago, by pro- viding all the prizes for the tourna- ment. All the participants were grateful for the Munro's donations. Even Heroes Need. Stock up before heading to the lake! 477-9150 Open Monday thru Thursday from Noon to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 11 pm.. Sunday from 12 noon to 5 p.m. I PUBLIC NOTICES AREA FISHING AND HUNTING REPORT Chuck Leet has always believed in helping others, serving as both a long-term firefighter and City Council President for the community of Kenmare, North Dakota. However when Chuck fiat lined twice, it was Trinity's turn to come to his rescue. "From Dr. Waiters and the ER code blue team, to Dr. Dodin, my cardiologist and Dr. Phillips and the cardiac staff, I can't thank them enough for saving my life! " - Chuck Leer Whether by subspecialty care or primary care, Trinity Health continues to help patients like Chuck receive critical treatment and follow-up that has the power to change their lives. NITYHEALTH venting Health www.trinityhealth.org A public notice is information informing citizens of government activities that may affect the citizens' everyday lives. Public notices have been printed in local newspapers, the trusted sources for community information for more than 200 years. BEACH BAS GOLDEN WEST %C [ Bill's Service and Convenience Store Jerry and Katie Juntunen, owners Junction of Hwy 5 and 30 R011a 477-3782 Fishing Tackle Bait Fishing Licenses Gear The best stop before the lake' OUTDOOR NOTES: *July 18 - 20: (Creepy crawly) Things we love to hate weekend, Lake Metigoshe State Park. FISHING: *N.D. Game & Fish Dept. game wardens: Dev- ils Lake is fair to good but inconsistent. Most fish are on the smaller side. Lake Sakakawea spotty and slow with some small walleye. Better success was on the north shore around Nishu Bay. Lake Audubon producing small walleye. Limited fishing on Lake Metigoshe with limited reports from other north-central area lakes. *Bottineau, Four Seasons, Lake Metigoshe: Continued good bluegill success with some wall- eye mixed in. Work the weed beds. *Devils Lake, Ed's Bait Shop, Devils Lake: Good numbers of 15- to 18-inch walleye through- out many areas of Devils Lake. Try 8 to 15 feet with spinners and leeches or nightcrawlers or crankbaits in the shallows of 4 to 8 feet on windy days for bigger fish. *Devils Lake, Woodland Resort, Devils Lake: around and work a variety of depths. *New Town, Van Hook Bait & Tackle, Lake Sakakawea: Somewhat improving walleye suc- cess. Try shallow using spinners and night- crawlers around the north end of the Van Hook Arm. Also try 8-Pound Island. *Rolla, Bill's Service: Fair success on area lakes. Try a mix of leeches or nightcrawlers. *Rolla, Coast-2 -Coast: Improving success throughout area lakes. *Ruthville, Ruthville Store, Lake Darling/area lakes: Water remains somewhat high at Baker's Bridge but anglers are still finding some success. Grano remains fair to good. *St. John, St. John Hardware, Lake Upsilon: Lake Upsilon producing bluegill. Try Carpenter or School Section lakes for pike. Belcourt Lake pro- ducing a few walleye. Limited reports from other area lakes. *Devil Lake elevation, July 10:1,453.39 feet above mean sea level (MSL). *Stump Lake elevation: 1,453.51 MSL. *Lake Sakakawea elevation: 1,845.97 MSL; Continued good walleye success using spinners 29,000 cubic feet per second average (CFS) Gar- and bottom bouncers with nightcrawlers. Work :)risonDam day releases. weed beds along Howard's Bay, Grahams island . 1. Highway 57, north end of Creel Bay, Pelican N.D. RIVER GAUGE HEIGHT Lake, and Black Tiger Bay in 7 to 40 feet. AND STREAMFLOW: Garrison, Cenex Bait & Tackle, Lake *Little South Pembina River, Walhalla: River Sakakawea/Lake Audubon: Lake Sakakawea stage, 2.82 feet; streamflow, 18 CFS. producing good numbers of small walleye working. a variety of depths from shallow to 25 feet. Sort through for the keepers. Try a variety of presen- tations. Work the weed line edges for walleye on Lake Audubon. Missouri River tailrace remains fair for small walleye. *Garrison, Indian Hills Resort, Lake Sakakawea: Inconsistent weather from last week and early this week is creating inconsistent suc- cess. Move around and try a variety of depths to try to determine fish patterns. *Killarney, Manitoba, Emerald Isle Motel & Re- sort, Lake Killarney: Continued fair success from both boat and shore ..... *Minnewaukan, West Bay Resort, Devils Lake: Good walleye success throughout Devils Lake. *New Town, Scenic 23, Lake Sakakawea: Van Hook Arm improving slightly for walleye. Move *Mauvais Coulee, Cando: Coulee stage 8.4 feet. *Pembina River, Walhalla: River stage, 3.59 feet; streamflow, 406 CFS. *Red River, Drayton: River stage, 26.94 feet; streamflow, 17,200 CFS. *Souris River, Westhope: River stage, 16.08 feet; streamflow, 7,220 CFS. NUMBERS TO KNOW: *N.D. Game and Fish Dept., main Bismarck of- rice: 328-6300, website: (http://gf.nd.gov). *N.D. Game and Fish Dept., Devils Lake office: 662-3617. *Report All Poachers: (800) 472-2121 or (701) 328-9921. *U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Bismarck, web- site: (www.fws.gov/northdakotafieldoffice).