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CEDAR CREEK FISHING All ports .this week report that fishing is slow, but the persis- tent fishermen are still bringing them in. At Charlie Beck's Marina Sun- day there was a lot of activity which revolved around a fishing tournament in which 33 members of the Dallas Bass Club partici- pated. Seventy pounds of fish were caught during the tournament. The trophy for the biggest flsh went to Reggie Hill for a 5 lh, 2 oz. bass First place winner for catching the most fish was Everett ilarrison with a total of II Ibs., 12 oz.; Second Place was a tie between Don Kuykendall and Tommy Simmons who caught 8 Ibs., 15 oz. each; and Third Place went to Bill Hart withato- tal o! 8 lbs., Ig OZ. Although the fishing was light, they all enjoyed the outing. Mr. Beck reports that the Lem- mons prty from Dallas caught a basket full of charlnel cat, and there were two or three other parties who (:aught 30 and 35 cralqJie Friday and Saturday nights, lie says the channel cat are Slwning iw and are biting pretty good in shallow water around the rocks, and the best bait to use would be blood. I,loyd Mewbourn, owner of Fisherman's Wharf, reports that D. F. Lancaster a,d wife from Dallas caught 138 sand bass, crappie, drum and cat fish Sat- urday night. Ehner Aldridgeand a group from Oklahoma City / t caught 55 crappie and 10 sand bass Saturday night. John Lock- ridge and wife from Dallas caught 20 crappie and I channel cat. There were several small cat- ches, but the fish still aren't biting too much. He was optimis- tic though, stating that "maybe this change in the weather will help j . Ato Don's Port there were sev- eral good catches during the week and over the weekend. Dr. James Konochel and son from Dallas had a good catch of l0 black bass weighing from 2 to 5-I/2 lbs.-- these were caught on worms in 6' water. Preston Green and Hubert Gathers, Ill, of Cedar Creek, caught 22 sandiesonTex. as Trailers FrankHendrickson of Dallas caught 10 bass up to 4-I/2 Ibs. on top water, with the Marina Guide Ken Fort. Mrs. E. M, Black, Jr caught a good string of 20 sand bass up to two pounds. Seven-year-old Joey Prince of Dallas beat his dad out by one pound Sunday aRernoon'when he caught a 5-3/4 lb. black tress over his dad's 4-3/4 lbs,--these were caught on Hell Benders. Burney Coburn, fishing with yellow and black Hell Benders, caught 4 black bass from 4-1/2 to 5-3/4 lbs. and several other good sized fish. Charlie Burroughs of Dallas caught 5 black bass and 9 channel cat one day during the week REPOR t" t / e Page Eight -- MALAKOFF NEWS, July 2, CANEY, THE FUN CITY B EXTENDS W o.. o... HORIZON MOBILE SALES... / / { t--. c_2 I LOG CABIN MOBILE AND CAMPER f J j tu Z i 1 ..%, . . . Thank You, Our Guest For Selecting Caney City As Your Fun Headquarters For Remember Next Weekend Is Our Monthly Flea Market Which Gets Bigger & Better Each Time. Come Back For It]