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Outdoors: _ [] MIIM sims" by Geon Schmider M' LAmF, lHg. -  a  = rnd  suc- and cokl ,  to the Nevada Division of Wild- life. Some ofthclxatn-aai is now lang faadina S-t's Pointatm whnre lxmm am catdfing miims that a in the tha= te fivmund nm Smalk= milm arc bring takm by adliag mchovies in the Mnddy Riv= ara. Strita= fishing has  showing signs of imptovmma helow that campground at Las Vegas Wash. FLshing has slowed at Hemenway Harbor, Horsepower Cove and Cove.  bs f  rid, t up   tmng a mma offish last wcdc at  CO Tl fish may he star6ng to move from deep warn- toward the coves for their spring spawn. LAKE MOIIAVE - bigh winds have been keeping fish- ing activity to a minimum. About the only success for striped bass has been coming from the narrows above wood Cove. A Western  News largemouth bass fishing tourna- ment held Saturday produced only 53 fish for the 40 cam- Big fish of the event was a 5.7 pound largemouth. The Division of Wildlife stocked rainbow trout Tuesday at )lar.er Cove and Hoover Dam. Aztec Wash was stocked Wednesday and Cottonwood Cove is scheduled to be stocked on Thursday. WAYNE E. KIRCH WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA - Fair action is now being found for rainbow trout at both Haymvadow and Cold Springs reservoirs. Fishing has been fai_r from file dams, but the better success is being found by boaters. EAGLE VALLEYRESERVOIR- Approximately aafird of the lake has open water and trout fishing has been slow. Ice on the remainder of the lake is unsafe for ice fishing. ECHO CANYON RESERVOIR - Most of the lake is free of ice and fishing has been fair for rainbow trout. WALKER LAKE - Cutthroat trout fishing is beginning the lake, which is:located north of Hawthorne. fish with Power Bait and Torpedo Outdoor briefs i i WithWiid- c  W',kife mlnee00 A public fon.un about the tx posed Teaming With Wildlife funding initiative will be held Wedms,Ma 12at7p.m.at eeaJndMaragn 4"765 W=CVeg= Ie. Teaming W gfklle isao,- sa.va ve e-at wi 0a,:e excise taxes on such gaxs a,a ,mr ,ilm=t as binoculars, hiking boots, field guides, aqmks  mma film. The maey gneraed w be tanat to stme wildlife agm- cies to suppm  wildife and habitat enhamement pro- grams. Lmaion x,utthe n-= and Temning W  may be ,aired by ca-,g ee -vada Division ffWddlife at 486-5127. Wildlife Boardto meet A request by Tex fi:r bigbom sheep wW he diss ding a Bicycle Club meets The Rock and Road Cy- cling Club is riding every Saturday and Sunday at 10a.m. from "Common Grounds" Gourmet Coffee House (next to the Pahr- ump Valley Theaters). In addition to weekly rides, the club will be scheduling training and weekend rides. Call 727-4941 for more information. Doctor's Choice BockSupporter Excell light Top Queen set ........................... $429.95 King set ................................ $639,95 Twin each piece ................ $149.95 Full each piece .................. $189.95 Sold in sets only with ad, Not valid with other offers Dinettes Entertainment Centers Bedroom Sets Sectionals Sofa Recliners Accessories and more Spring Air Sleep Fitness revolution sale! For a better  night's sleep.  Spring Air Champion Smooth Top Twin each piece ................ $79,95 Full each piece .................. $99.95 Queen set ......................... $259,95 King set .............................. $339,95 Sold in sets only with ad, Not valid with other offers t of Home Furnishings Hwy 160 south of 372 Bedroom & Mattress Store (Pahrump tor,) Living Room & Dinettes (Wheei-; srr,:,> Pi,:z,) Hrs, Monday- Solurdc,' 9;30 am,- 5 p,m f Recliner $539,95 Financing Avaiiabte ,3 " 751 Board meelingThursday at 7 p.rrt at the Clak County Offxe Baild- =e. 500 oand c.a Pakway. Other agenda ns imtade a prqx to mme ty regu- |ations for ham sheep at Lone MotmlainiaAlea 212and review ofmmnlmlimmdelkmam mapims. somadais afixlheuseofa:vpmon ta:k powrdim Thv publ is invvd to aamd apa:ammmod w he hekt at the  of the mm= Anglmaelingby the Nevada Division d Wddlife that new fishing licemes wre - quixas ' 1. Tbe st's ftshi and l'tning ' mse yeae'ennds frnlVlada 1 rcgh the elxt of  c" the following year. "Ihere is no ce pex pro so ery- 1997 Pahrump El- ementary Schools' 6th Annual Bike- A-Than March 15 will bring much excitement for the students of Manse, J.G.. Johnson, and Mt. Charleston Elementary Schools. Kindergarten and 1st one wl hunts or ttsl's tsr to have 1997-98 license. Resident fishing ticemes are $21 whilehtningli=r, sesare24. =tcma,mhm=g=d f,,a' licerses are $39. P, esktmt junicrswem 12ard 15cmpar- chase fishing and huraing licenses for $5 each and carrination li- cemes far $8. There have not been any in- creases this year in Oe fees ftr li- censes, samamandbiggame lmmms. Report shows Wddle watchers are big spenders More than 76 million Americans watched, photographed, and fed birds and o0m" wildlife in 1991, spending $18.1 bil- lion, according to a U.S. Fmh and W'ddlife SerAce report. This spending geneeatnd nearly $40 billion in total economic activity across the country, s 766,000 jobs and re- sulting in $3 billion in state and Federal tax reveaues. Equipment and oth" expenditur accounted for $10.6 bil- lion of the $18.1 billion in direct expenditures, according to the rcpt "1991 Ecomm/mpaots ofNonconsumpfive W'fld- life-Related Recreation." Of this mount, nearly a third was for off-road vehicles, tent trailers, motor homes, and pickup trucks. Wildlife watchers spent $7.5 billion on travel-related goods and services. Of this amount, 40 percent was for food or dnnk, 35 percent was for transportation, and 19 percent was for lodging. They also spent $2.2 billion on cameras, film, and developing and $1.5 billion on world bird food. Editor's Note: The report noted that 109 mfllkm Amerl- cans participated in wildlife-related recreation, including hunting and fmhin By comparison, 105 million attended major league football, basketball, hockey and baseball games in 1991. grade students will be riding for pledges and prizes at the Pahr- ump valley High School Track while 2 through 5 grade stu- dents will be riding on the area from J.G. Johnson Elementary School to Calvada Boulevard back to J.G. Johnson. Registration begins at 8 a.m. at the designated riding areas and the event will run from 9 a.m. - t2 noon. If you are interested in help- ing with the event, please call: Mt. Charleston Elementary School 727-7892, J.G. Johnson Elementary School 727-6619 or manse Elementary School 727-5252. businesses have made this event possible throu their assistance. PUBLIC AUCTIO March 15, 1997 Location: Hwy t60 North to Blosser Rd. East Follow Auction Signs Pahrurnp, NV Selling clue to Retiring, with Singles axle trailer (licensed) Central Mortising machine basket boom 3 axle trailer RTC wood turning lathe Motor mixer 90' Single Axle trailer Central 13mm table drill press Internatnal Dsel 8' Crown tug mule Craftsman 4hp compressor Trencher Farm discs Schmmacher charger Craftsman 10 table saw Wabco motor grader 14' ERH paint sprayer united 18 band saw fencing Grizzly 15 planner Delta f4 band saw 6-32' Beams Grizzly t4 sander Table plunge router Clark tug mule A lot of misc. power tools Delta 8 band saw 14' Tractor planer A lot of misc. hand tools Toyank 1 belt sander C99 Walk behind trencher SawsaUs RTC 9 belt sander Steel Building 40x50 (could be 50x80 Lots of Plumbing 12 speed stand-up drill press or 50x100) Fixtures Craftsman 4 jointer Misc. Pipe A lot of misc. merchandise HB bench grinder 18' Prowler travel trailer Detroit 18 scroll saw '77 Che;T 1 ton 4 door crew cab dually Sale conducted by - Oakridge Avenue Auctions Cash and Approved Checks Merchandise must be removed day of sale Removal ot buildings will be announced Day of Sale Oakridge Avenue Auctions " 9 >7 I Oakridge Ave., Pahrump, NV 89048 Not Resdponsible for accidents Auctioneer Robin Dorand and Associates For lnlbrmation Call ROBIN DORAND PAT GRIFFIN Tel "02-727-665( Te17()2-727-4697 Fax 702-727- I 8,' 1 Mobile 702-281-7393 G G (r al ti( at