Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * latest #1 Suspect Arrested After Allegedly Struggling with Officers Published on Thursday, October 13, 2016 | 12:14 pm A 55-year-old Pasadena man was arrested Wednesday after he allegedly struggled with police officers after a traffic stop in the 500 block of South Sierra Bonita Avenue.The suspect allegedly fought the officers who were detaining him, causing injury to two officers.Pasadena Police Lt. Pete Hettema the department received calls from residents about a suspicious vehicle circling their neighborhood past 9 p.m.“Responding officers conducted a traffic stop and contacted the suspect,” Hettema said. “Officers ordered the suspect out of his vehicle, at which point he became non-compliant. Officers proceeded to detain him at which point a struggle occurred.”Additional officers responded to the scene and ultimately the suspect was taken into custody.Hettema said during the struggle, the suspect, identified as Roy Williams of Pasadena, discarded drug paraphernalia.“The suspect and two of the officers suffered minor abrasions during the incident,” Hettema related. “He was arrested for felony resisting and booked into jail.”The case is listed as a miscellaneous felony including assault on public officers. Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Community News Top of the News More Cool Stuff Subscribe First Heatwave Expected Next Week Community News Make a comment Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena HerbeautyStop Eating Read Meat (Before It’s Too Late)HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyBohemian Summer: How To Wear The Boho Trend RightHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyKim To File For Divorce From Kanye West After 6 Years Of MarriageHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty15 Beauty Secrets Only Indian Women KnowHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty8 Easy Exotic Meals Anyone Can MakeHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyIs It Bad To Give Your Boyfriend An Ultimatum?HerbeautyHerbeauty Business News faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes 0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website
continue reading » October 8, 2017, was like any other Sunday for Redwood Credit Union ($4.4B, Santa Rosa, CA). But business as usual was about to change.At close to 10 p.m. a fire started in the town of Calistoga. Boosted by 40 miles per hour wind gusts, the fire moved more than 12 miles in its first three hours and reached the city limits of Santa Rosa by 1 a.m. The credit union’s fire notification system kicked on that night, alerting Cynthia Negri, Redwood’s chief operating officer, to the fact the location of the next day’s all-staff meeting was on fire and the credit union’s corporate office was in the fire impact zone.Known now as the Tubbs Fire, this was one of at least 14 fires that raged in Northern California that night. By the time it was fully contained on Oct. 31, the Tubbs Fire burned nearly 37,000 acres and incinerated more than 5,700 structures, including nearly 3,000 homes. According to an estimate from Santa Rosa’s mayor, the fire caused $1.2 billion in damage and destroyed 5% of the city’s housing stock. It’s the most destructive wildfire in California history. 4SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
– Advertisement – 0:46 By James GallowayLast Updated: 13/11/20 9:46am – Advertisement – F1’s drivers were pleased to return to Istanbul Park circuit – and this is why. A brilliant aerial view of Istanbul Park’s track Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc was third with Pierre Gasly fourth for AlphaTauri. Mercedes drivers Valtteri Bottas, who spun at Turn Nine, and Lewis Hamilton finished ninth and 15th respectively.“It’s like a wet session,” said Karun Chandhok in the Sky F1 commentary box. “It’s impossible to read into what’s happened in this session.”More to follow… – Advertisement – Valtteri Bottas spun at Turn 8 during Practice One ahead of the Turkish GP Max Verstappen headed a Red Bull one-two in the opening practice session of F1’s return to Istanbul Park, but conditions meant the Turkish GP weekend began amid largely unrepresentative conditions.The sport’s first running around the undulating circuit in nine years coincided with particularly challenging Friday-morning conditions for drivers – cold temperatures and a newly-laid asphalt, that had also been washed ahead of the session.“Woah… mate it’s like driving on ice!” reported Verstappen on his first lap out of the pits.Conditions slowly improved through the session as more cars ventured out onto the track, but several drivers spun while others ran off the circuit.Verstappen set the session’s best lap right at the end of the 90 minutes with a 1:35.077, finishing two tenths ahead of team-mate Alex Albon. – Advertisement – Valtteri Bottas spun at Turn 8 during Practice One ahead of the Turkish GP 1:59 F1’s drivers were pleased to return to Istanbul Park circuit – and this is why. A brilliant aerial view of Istanbul Park’s track
Zagreb is also the first choice this year when it comes to Advent trips in Croatia. There was a slight increase in the number of agencies that offer organized arrivals in Zagreb with departures from Istria, Dalmatia, Slavonia, central Croatia and other regions. Most of them mostly offer day trips by bus during the weekend, and the prices range between 90,00 and 200,00 kuna per person. There is a noticeable increase in organized group arrivals from our neighboring countries (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Hungary, Slovenia, Serbia), as well as distant markets (Japan, China, Korea). Hrvatski građani će na skijanje najviše krenuti u terminu zimskih školskih praznika koji traju od 24. prosinca 2018. do 11. siječnja 2019. godine. U tzv. „hrvatskom skijaškom tjednu“ od 5. do 12. siječnja 2019., kada su i cijene puno povoljnije, najčešće ćemo ih viđati u Gerlitzenu, Nassfeldu, Kronplatzu, Livignu, Marillevi, Folgariji, Passo Tonaleu, Sillianu, Cortini d’Ampezzo te slovenskim skijalištima (Kranjska Gora, Krvavec, Pohorje i dr.). Kupres i Jahorina u susjednoj Bosni i Hercegovini vrlo su popularni zbog blizine i povoljnih cijena. Nekoliko agencija u ponudi ima skijanje na Platku i Sljemenu. The results of the research confirmed the already well-known fact that Croatian citizens will traditionally spend Christmas with their families and friends this year as well, while they will decide to travel outside their place of residence during the New Year holidays and school holidays. Prodaja novogodišnjih aranžmana u Hrvatskoj i inozemstvu kod većine je agencija za sada na razini prošlogodišnjih rezultata, dok manji dio njih bilježi rast oko 10 %. Pored tradicionalno popularnih Dubrovnika, Opatije i Splita, pojačano je zanimanje za aranžmane za Bašku Vodu, Fužine, Rijeku, Pulu, Poreč, Rovinj, Vodice i toplice. Prema informacijama agencija, Naši građani najčešće se odlučuju dočekati Novu godinu u Beču, Budimpešti, Londonu, Parizu, Pragu i Rimu. U ponudi su također Amsterdam, Atena, Barcelona, Istanbul, Kopenhagen, Moskva, Malta, Finska, Portugal, Sarajevo, Sicilija i Skopje. Ljubitelje dalekih putovanja i krstarenja očekuje zanimljiva ponuda putovanja s garantiranim polascima u brojna odredišta u Aziji, Africi, Južnoj i Sjevernoj Americi. According to the data of the agencies, an increasing number of citizens are opting for an active winter vacation in the most popular ski resorts in Austria, Italy and Slovenia. Compared to last season, most UHPA members expect good results, with an average growth of 10% compared to last season. Sales for slightly more remote ski resorts in France are currently at the level of last year’s results. Survey on the state of sales of holiday trips and wintering 2018/19. which was recently conducted by UHPA among its members, showed that the agencies are satisfied with the sale of holiday trips and winters. According to the UHPA, hotel capacities in Zagreb and its surroundings, as well as private accommodation, have been sold out for several weeks, so it will be difficult for those who decide at the last minute to find accommodation in the Croatian capital. In terms of popularity, Čazma is following in the footsteps of Zagreb with the Christmas fairy tale on the Salaj family estate. Increased interest in travel during Advent is also recorded in Marija Bistrica, Opatija and Split. According to the survey results, most agencies expect sales growth of package deals in Croatia and abroad in the range of 10 to 15%. A small number of agencies stated that their sales remained at the same level, while very few recorded a slight decline in sales compared to the same period last year. Photo: Pexels.com These are mostly group trips (54,2%), while individual trips account for 45,8%. Clients most often opt for hotel accommodation (79,2%) while a smaller part of reservations relates to private accommodation (20,8%). The prices of the arrangements have mostly remained at the level of last year, and the agencies point out that clients have the opportunity to realize a number of benefits through special discounts (first / last minute offer). Our citizens continue to prefer direct contact with the agency. 47,8% of them buy the arrangement in the agency’s branch, 39,1% did it through online platforms, 26,1% through intermediaries (subagents), while 4,3% each falls on social networks and a combination of some of the offered options of booking or purchasing arrangements. Regarding the method of payment, citizens most often choose a card (75%), while 25% of them pay for the arrangements in cash. Kada je riječ o adventskim putovanjima u inozemstvo, naši građani se najradije odlučuju za cjenovno povoljna jednodnevna ili dvodnevna putovanja autobusom u okolne države. Najpopularnija odredišta su Graz, Beč, Bratislava, Budimpešta, Prag i Salzburg. Od talijanskih odredišta, uz već dobro poznate Gardaland, Milano, Rim, Veronu i Veneciju u ponudi su mogu naći i Cinque Terre, Bergamo, Lago di Garda, Pompeji, Rimini, San Marino, Toskana i dr. Za one dubljeg džepa, agencije su pripremile višednevna putovanja zrakoplovom, uglavnom do europskih metropola poput Amsterdama, Barcelone, Lisabona, Londona, Rima ili pak dalekog Rovaniemija (Finska). Porast prodaje adventskih putovanja na domaćem tržištu se kreće oko 10 %, dok je za inozemstvo riječ uglavnom oko 12 % u odnosu na isto razdoblje prošle godine. Croatian citizens will mostly go skiing during the winter school holidays
Lionel Messi has blasted reports that he could leave Barcelona for Inter or Newell’s Old Boys as ‘fake news’.Advertisement With football suspended indefinitely around the globe, the rumour mill has gone into overdrive and the Argentine superstar called out the reports on his Instagram page. Messi uploaded a story from an image of TNT Sports in his native Argentina and commented with ‘#FakeNews’ and called each possibility of him leaving the Catalan giants – to Inter and Newell’s respectively – as ‘lies’.“This is fake news and the same is true for the media reports about Newell’s. Both are false,” Messi wrote underneath.“Luckily nobody believes them.”Earlier this month, former Inter owner Massimo Moratti, as reported via Marca, claimed that the Milanese giants could move to sign the Argentine star. Promoted ContentBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty PennyBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The WorldTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All Time8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth18 Cities With Neverending Tourist-FlowCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?Who Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year Loading… Read Also: Five clubs Messi could join amid Barcelona pay-cut rowMoratti had mischievously hinted that Messi would not be out of the Nerazzurri’s range amid discussions of Barcelona being hugely keen to land Inter striker Lautaro Martinez.Martinez’s release clause in Milan stands at €111m and there have been suggestions that Blaugrana players could be used in part exchange, with Moratti saying even Messi would not be out of the question.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
The President of the Ghana Rugby Football Union, Mr. Herbert Mensah, announced the adoption of scrumIT, a groundbreaking Rugby Management System.According to Mr. Mensah, the absence of such system hindered the management of the Union.“When we took over the reign of Rugby in June 2014 there were no records or systems in place and it hampered the management of the Union as well as the compliance with best practice governance as required by the world governing body, World Rugby.”According to Mr. Mensah the GRFU put a lot of systems and records in place since June 2014 but it lacked seamless online interactivity between the GRFU and its members – the Regional Associations and Clubs.“scrumIT will provide the GRFU with a truly professional management system that will not only improve the management and governance of the Union but the Associations and Clubs. Rugby is about developing our youth and about playing matches and tournaments and it is essential that we help our Clubs to minimise time spent on administration,” Mr. Mensah said.scrumIT is a sophisticated online based Rugby Management System developed by ENS Software Solutions (Pty) Ltd in South Africa. According to the founder and owner of ENS Software Solutions, Mr. Jaco Brooks, the system has been under development for quite some time and has been piloted and put to the test with WP Rugby and its 8 regions and 110 clubs in South Africa since 2013.“WP Rugby has benefitted tremendously from using scrumIT both in terms of administration and in terms of its ability to attract financial support from sponsors since the implementation of the system in 2014,” Mr. Brooks said.scrumIT boasts an impressive list of features including Participant Management, Communications Management, Membership Management, Player Statistics, Competition Management, Referee Management and Team Management.Mr. Brooks said the philosophy of his development team is to continuously assess client’s needs and requirements and to add functionality as and when the requirements arise.“The system has now been tested and proven and has now also been adopted by the Griquas Rugby Union in South Africa with interest shown by many of the other major Rugby Unions. In Africa Kenya, and now Ghana, have adopted scrumIT and there is a long list of Africa Rugby Unions who are keen to join up,” Mr. Brooks said. According to Mr. Thelo Wakefield, President of the WP Rugby Union, scrumIT offers them full control over all their rugby clubs and has truly become a pivotal management tool in the Western Province Rugby Union. Mr. Abdul-Aziz Issah, Director and Secretary General of the GRFU, said the adoption of scrumIT as comprehensive, online and interactive Rugby Management System for Ghana Rugby is indeed a huge leap forward.“We at the GRFU are convinced that, once fully implemented, the benefits of scrumIT will by far outweigh the costs involved and will make a major contribution towards improving the quality of Ghana Rugby both on and off the field,” Mr. Issah said.Mr. Steve Noi, GRFU Director and Tournament Commissioner, who is also directing and overseeing the World Rugby “Get Into Rugby” (GIR) programme also expressed excitement at the adoption of scrumIT.“Schools are treated as clubs within the system and giving them interactive access to information related to school kids and GIR activities and matches or tournaments will help the school Rugby administrators to focus on skills development with minimum time spent on administrative tasks,” Mr. Noi said. scrumIt also contains a document management system that will make information such as regulations and rules as well as training and Rugby knowledge manuals and videos available to Rugby stakeholders on a 24/7 basis from anywhere in the world.Mr. Mensah said that the talent identification module will also become an invaluable tool to identify and focus on potentially high performance players in the future.He indicated tht communication is the lifeblood of any organisation therefore the powerful communications capabilities of the system will ensure that the whole Ghana Rugby family is on the same page at all times.It is expected that the migration of current systems and procedures to scrumIT will be completed in the next one to two months.
Facebook15Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Saint Martin’s UniversityEight Saint Martin’s alumni who have made outstanding contributions to the Saint Martin’s athletic program will be inducted into the Saint Martin’s Athletic Hall of Fame and Hall of Honor Saturday, Feb. 11, as part of the University’s Homecoming 2017 festivities for alumni.The Hall of Fame and Hall of Honor Celebration is an annual tradition at Homecoming, which brings together alumni of Saint Martin’s High School, College and University.The 27th Hall of Fame/Hall of Honor ceremony and celebration begins at 3:30 p.m. at the University’s Norman Worthington Conference Center, 5300 Pacific Ave. SE. To register or for more information, please go to https://www.stmartin.edu/alumni-and-friends/news-and-events/homecomingSaint Martin’s College/University Hall of Fame HonoreesGerritt Eades – Men’s basketball, 1998-2002Gerritt Eades compiled 1,525 points during his Saint Martin’s University career, ranking him 6th all-time at Saint Martin’s. He made 18-32 field goals, and in one game against Alaska-Anchorage in 2002, scored 46 points, a Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) record. He ranks 14th all-time in the conference in points scored and field goals made. Eades averaged 14.4 points and 6.5 rebounds per game in 106 games during his career; he shot 45.6 percent from the field, 35.6 percent from the three-point line and 80 percent from the free-throw line. He had 15 career double-doubles, and in 2001, was named to the Second Team All-GNAC and Third Team Little All-Northwest.Blake Poole – Men’s basketball, 2007-2011Blake Poole was a five-time GNAC Player of the Week and was named GNAC Player of the Year in 2011. He also was honored as GNAC’s Freshman of the Year in 2008, and was named GNAC All-Conference First Team in both 2010 and 2011. Poole recorded 53 double-doubles and had seven 30-point games during his career. In the 2008-2009 season, Poole ranked 27th in scoring and sixth in rebounds nationally. In 2010-2011, he was second in rebounds. He was named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches’ First Team and the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s Division II Bulletin Third Team in 2011. That same season, he was chosen for the Coaches’ All-West Region First Team. He was also picked as a member of the Sports Information Directors’ All-West Region Team and holds the individual conference game record in rebounds, with 24, as well as the career record in offensive rebounds with 229 and total rebounds with 662.Jill Jensen-Webb – Women’s soccer, 2008-2011Jill Jensen-Webb played three years at Saint Martin’s, where she was named Most Valuable Player, First Team All-League and Second Team All-Regional as a sophomore. In 2008, she ranked nationally, placing 25th in points, 28th in points-per-game and 24th in assists-per-game. She was a four-time GNAC Player of the Week, and was honored by GNAC with the Newcomer of the Year Award in 2008 and Player of the Year Award in 2010. Jensen-Webb was a three-time GNAC All-Conference member and the only three-time winner in Saint Martin’s history. She also was a two-time GNAC All-Academic winner and holds GNAC records in multi-point games in a season (seven) and career (18), along with multi-goal games in a season (five) and career (11). Her GNAC records also include goals scored in three years, with 39. She is ranked seventh overall in GNAC history. Her Saint Martin’s career spanned 56 games, in which she had 23 assists and racked up 101 points for a 1.80 average, a GNAC record.Dara Zack – Women’s basketball, 2007-2011Dara Zack has a special place in Saint Martin’s history, both as the women’s leading scorer, with 1,503 points, and as the leading rebounder, with 831 rebounds. She also is first in field-goal percentage for a career at .474, and, in GNAC history, ranks seventh in rebounding. Zack was a three-time Academic All-Conference selection and a 2009 CoSIDA Academic All-West Region honoree. She was selected First-Team All-Conference in 2009 and 2011, and was named GNAC Player of the Week twice.Saint Martin’s High School Hall of FameMike Danford – Wrestling, 1968-1972In four years, Mike Danford posted a record of 72-9-1 and, as a freshman, won the city championship. He won the state championship at 136 lbs. as a sophomore, and was the first wrestler in Saint Martin’s history to bring home a first-place medal. As a junior, he took second in the state. Following his junior season, he was chosen to wrestle on the area’s All-Star Team against a Japanese cultural exchange team touring Washington. He went undefeated through the regular season as a senior, advancing to the state championships for the fourth year in a row. Danford was co-captain of his team in 1971-72, and was three times the recipient of his team’s Most Valuable Player Award. During his senior year, he also served as acting head coach.Joe Monroe – basketball, baseball and football, 1964-1968Joe Monroe was a valued member of the basketball and baseball team. During his junior year, he also was quarterback for the football team. That season, he led the Central League in basketball, scoring 199 points, and helped his team win the league in football with a 6-0-1 record. In basketball, he topped off his senior year by finishing third in the conference, with 186 points in basketball. During high school, he also was class secretary his senior year, M-Club vice president for two years and a member of the school band. Monty Walker – coach of football and track, 1960-1969Monty Walker coached and also taught at Saint Martin’s from 1960 through 1969. He coached basketball for two years, and football and track for nine. He also founded the school’s wrestling program during his tenure. In 1965, the high school’s football team he coached went undefeated and was ranked first in the state. Coach Walker was seldom without a stopwatch and whistle around his neck. Sportsmanship and humility were expected and taught by Coach Walker throughout his career.Saint Martin’s Hall of HonorBob Whitney ’71Bob Whitney entered Saint Martin’s as a freshman in 1967, the same year the Pavilion opened, and has long been a stalwart supporter of Saints Athletics. Before graduating, he attended many basketball games, something he kept doing after graduation. He served as a scorekeeper during the Coach Dick Kaufman era until he moved to Bellingham. In 1976, he returned to the area when his first wife, Eileen, was asked to start the women’s basketball program at Saint Martin’s College. He became an assistant coach. His affiliation with the University spans many areas, and includes membership on the Hall of Fame selection committee. For 20 years, he has been a volunteer driver for athletes. He also has served as Saint Martin’s Athletic Foundation vice president. Whitney has continued to attend nearly all home basketball games, both men’s and women’s, and many away-games. His support for Saints Athletics does not stop at basketball. He is a regular at many other University sporting events and at the annual Saint Martin’s Golf Classic each summer.Saint Martin’s University is an independent, four-year, coeducational university located on a wooded campus of more than 300 acres in Lacey, Washington. Established in 1895 by the Catholic Order of Saint Benedict, the University is one of 14 Benedictine colleges and universities in the United States and Canada, and the only one west of the Rocky Mountains. Saint Martin’s University prepares students for successful lives through its 25 majors and seven graduate programs spanning the liberal arts, business, education, nursing and engineering. Saint Martin’s welcomes more than 1,243 undergraduate students and 277 graduate students from many ethnic and religious backgrounds to its Lacey campus, and 350 more students to its extended campus at Joint Base Lewis-McChord. Visit the Saint Martin’s University website at www.stmartin.edu.
Facebook76Tweet0Pin0“Their 14th studio album finds the Indigo Girls operating as powerfully as at any time in their career, on a set of uncommonly strong songs performed with the kind of typically understated Nashville polish that affords their signature harmonies the full spotlight.”– The Independent (UK)The Indigo Girls are coming to town, so reserve your seats now! Twenty years after they began releasing records as the Indigo Girls, Amy Ray and Emily Saliers have politely declined the opportunity to slow down with age. With a legacy of releases and countless U.S. and international tours behind them, the Indigo Girls have forged their own way in the music business. Selling over 14 million records, they are still going strong. Amy & Emily are the only duo with top 40 titles on the Billboard 200 in the ’80s, ’90s, ’00s and ’10s.“Along with Simon & Garfunkel and The Everly Brothers, Amy Ray and Emily Saliers rank at the very top of all-time great duos. The sublime music-making-machine-skewering “Making Promises” is one of their finest rockers.” – The Boston HeraldThe Indigo Girls will play a full 90 minute set and will be joined by a special guest who will open the performance. FRIENDS of The Washington Center have access to an exclusive pre-sale January 30 – February 2. Tickets go on sale to the general public Friday, February 3 at noon.*Special guest to be announced soon.Prices from $69 – $39Tickets available now at The Washington Center website.
Flooding on the Nelson waterfront along with the worst June for rain on record has put the Nelson Mixed Slopitch League underwater this season.“It’s been a very trying season,” league spokesperson R.J. Warren told The Nelson Daily.“We played out first game since June 15 on July 3.”“Instead of Lakeside Ball Diamonds we’re calling them Lake Diamonds,” Warren added.The league started the season in May with 17 teams. The season was moving along briskly until June’s rains wiped most of the games.Then came the flooding along the Nelson waterfront, which cost the league even more games.The results forced the league reps to move games to Queen Elizabeth Park — two games are played each evening.Warren said league reps held a meeting to determine when, and where, the playoff tournament would be played — Salmo, Mount Sentinel or Queen Elizabeth Park.The result was an eight-to-eight vote split, which one team already folding for the season due to the cancellations.“We’re going to play the tournament at Queen Elizabeth,” said Warren.The tournament, originally set for July 20-22, begins Sunday, July 15 with preliminary round games.The Final is set for Sunday, July 22.Hopefully it doesn’t rain.
May had some inconsistent weather. The month had some of the hottest days, where the water would finally warm up to the ideal temperature and our fish would become aggressive. But, then there was also some of the coldest weather and storms that seemed to set us back again. However, the big fish are biting. Rainbows over 20 pounds have been caught in the past few weeks, as well as Bull Trout up to 17 pounds. So things are looking good. We’ve had some really good days out there, and some slower days. Nothing too consistent yet. Seem to have one or two heavy feeding days each week, and then the rest of the week the fish seem to sit back and relax. But the good days make it all worth while. Our best day last week saw three Rainbows over 15 pounds, as well as another eight fish between 5 – 8 pounds. That makes for an exciting day on the water. Had a great crew that day who appreciated our fishery and released most of their fish. Thanks guys. We did have a bit of a flying ant hatch that seemed to trigger some feeding. But the hatch was cut short by the weather change. So, hopefully some hot weather will help with the hatches and keep the fish feeding. June is one of my favorite months. The water has finally warmed up and the fish should become more aggressive for the next little while.What are they biting on??? Most fish are being caught on the surface now. So, the usual bucktail flies have been working well on the choppy days. And my favorite Lyman plugs have been producing good fish on both the calm days and the windy days. Fly colors are all over the map. Not one consistent pattern lately. But some of my best patterns have been: Black/wht, grey/wht, and green/wht. Or some common numbered flies such as: 214, 215, 226, 228. And for my Lymans, the lucky numbers have been: # 10, 16, 53, 55. Also, apex lures have been producing some good fish. The usual colors at this time of year being: black/white, blue/yellow, blue/green. That should about cover it for this month. Hopefully this helps everybody catch a big one………….Tight lines……………….. Kerry Reed Reel Adventures Charters 250-505-4963 www.reeladventuresfishing.com