OUTPOST.Byline: Daily News
Record breaker: For the second year in a row, the WON BASS Southern California Southern California, also colloquially known as SoCal, is the southern portion of the U.S. state of California. Centered on the cities of Los Angeles and San Diego, Southern California is home to nearly 24 million people and is the nation's second most populated region, Region March team tournament at Lake Casitas Lake Casitas is a lake in Ventura County, California. It was formed by Casitas Dam on Coyote Creek, two miles (3 km) before it joins the Ventura River. Santa Ana Creek and North Fork Coyote Creek also flow into the lake. drew a record field.
Saturday's event attracted 119 teams, eclipsing the total of 116 last year.
Angling brothers Nick and Chris Fonseca, of Westlake Village and Agoura Hills, respectively, took home the top prize of $3,545 with a total weight of 22.07 pounds for the limit of seven fish.
Another team of siblings, Kevin and Brian Linehan Brian Linehan (September 3, 1943 - June 4, 2004) was a Canadian television host who hailed from Hamilton, Ontario. Linehan was best known for his celebrity interviews and has been referred to as the "Charlie Rose of Canada." Linehan was one of seven children. of Placentia, placed second at 18.26 pounds for $2,840, while veteran Bakersfield bassmen Don Crabtree Don Crabtree (June 8, 1912 – November 16, 1980) was a flintknapper and pioneering experimental archaeologist.
Crabtree became interested in the manufacture of stone tools as a child, took it up as a hobby and went on to become an acknowledged expert in the field, and Steve Merlo took third and $1,190.
Striper contest: The Lake Skinner Lake Skinner is a large reservoir in western Riverside County, California, located at the foot of Bachelor Mountain in the Auld Valley, approximately 10 miles (15 km) northeast of Temecula. Striped Bass striped bass
moronesaxatilis. Roundup kicks off at 6 a.m. Saturday.
Registration is $20. The purse for the heaviest striper is $500.
Information: (909) 926-1505.
Fishing class: The Camarillo Fishing Club is offering a five-week course in basic fishing skills that will begin at 7 p.m. on April 1 at the Camarillo American Legion American Legion, national association of male and female war veterans, founded (1919) in Paris. Membership is open to veterans of World Wars I and II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War. Hall and continue on the following Mondays.
Expert anglers will teach techniques for trout, bass and ocean fishing. All equipment is included. Information: (805) 386-4007 or (805) 482-1282.
Setting sail: The Westlake Yacht Club will host its annual Blue Gavel gavel
small mallet used by judge or presiding officer to signal order. [Western Culture: Misc.]
See : Authority Regatta at 12:30 p.m. Sunday on Westlake Lake in Westlake Village.
Three races will be sailed, wind and weather permitting. Registration is from 10:30 a.m. to noon; the entry fee is $5.
All members of Southern California Yacht Association clubs are invited to participate.
Information: (818) 889-3204 or (818) 889-3917.
After dark: A nighttime team bass angling tournament is planned for April 20 at Castaic Lagoon.
Hosted by the Friends of Lake Castaic, the tourney will begin at 7 p.m., with signups from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. No live bait will be permitted.
The entry fee is $100 per two-person team. Information: (805) 257-4050.
Shooting events: NRA NRA
(National Rifle Association of America) organization that encourages sharpshooting and use of firearms for hunting. [Am. Pop. Culture: NCE, 1895]
See : Hunting long-range handgun, hunter's pistol, and cowboy rifle silhouette matches will be held Saturday and Sunday at the Inland Fish and Game Conservation Association range, 8207 N. Orange St., Redlands. Information: (909) 849-7081.
The next NRA .22 short-range silhouette and hunter's pistol silhouette match will be held March 31. Information: (909) 371-8133.
Ski report: Bear Mountain - hard packed, 27- to 59-inch base, 35 trails, nine lifts, 99 percent open; Mountain High - machine groomed, 24- to 48-inch base, six lifts, 100 percent open; Mount Baldy - packed powder, 24- to 36-inch base, 20 trails, four lifts; Snow Summit - spring snow, 12- to 36-inch base, 11 lifts; Snow Valley - hard packed, 18- to 48-inch base, 18 trails, five lifts; Alpine Meadows - machine groomed snow, 102- to 192-inch base, 11 lifts; Bear Valley - spring snow, 72- to 118-inch base, 60 trails, eight lifts, 100 percent open; Heavenly - packed powder, 84- to 156-inch base, 79 trails, 23 lifts, 100 percent open; Kirkwood - spring snow, 144- to 216-inch base, 65 trails, 11 lifts, 100 percent open; Mammoth Mountain - packed powder, 132- to 192-inch base, 150 trails, 26 lifts, 100 percent open; Squaw Valley - spring snow, 60- to 180-inch base, 22 lifts, 100 percent open.