B4 SATURDAY. MAY 16, 1998 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL." V COLLEGE BASKETBALL KSU adds versatile Florida guard Dix Latest signee was ranked No. 33 at Nike All-America camp By The Journal Staff MANHATTAN — Kansas State concluded its basketball recruiting by signing guard Kenyatta Dix from Gainesville, Fla. The 6-foot-l Dix averaged 22.9 points, 2.2 rebounds and 2.3 assists last season and 25.6 points as a junior. "They came in kind of late, but the coaches showed a great deal of interest and showed me that they cared. "The coaching staff and players made me feel like I was a part of the K-State family as soon as I arrived on my visit. I . enjbyed the environment on ; campus and in the community." Dix considered Georgia and Central Florida before choosing Kansas State. "Kenyatta is a multi-dimensional, multi-talented palyer who can play both guard positions," K-State coach Tom Asbury said. "He has a great upside. He needs to make the conversion to a ball handler as he has played mainly off guard for most of his career, but his work ethic should help him make this transition. Dix is the second freshman guard to sign with the Wildcats along with Josh Kimm of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. "This gives us two young freshmen guards with a lot of talent," Asbury said. Dix was the No. 33-ranked player at the Nike All-America Camp last summer and played with Team Carolina at the national AAU Tournament. T HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL Salina South whips IMP twice Cougars sew up top seed in regional with five-inning victories BRIEFLY South, Central seeded 1-2 in baseball regional Pairings have been set for regional baseball tournaments involving Saline County teams. Salina South and Salina Central take 13-7 records into the Class 5A baseball regional at Topeka on Tuesday. ^Because it defeated Central earlier this season, South is the No. 1 seed and will play Topeka Seaman at 3 p.m. at Falley Field. ; Central plays Topeka West at 5 p.-m. iThe championship game is slated for 7 p.m. with the winner advancing to the 5A state tournament the following week at Baling •Sylvan is the No. 1 seed in the Class 2-1A baseball regional at Lincoln on Monday. The Mustangs (9-5) will play fourth-seeded Ell-Saline (4-14) at 3 p.m. ISacred Heart (9-9) is the No. 2 seed and will play third-seeded Lincoln (8-12) at 5 p.m. 'The winners will play for the tile championship at approximately 7 p.m. •The regional winner advances to the 2-1A state tournament the fqllowing week at Emporia. South seeded No. 1 in 5A softball regional 'Salina South (18-2) is the No. 1 seed in the Class 5A softball re- gtonal at Salina's East Crawford Complex. The Cougars will play IvicPherson (3-17) at 4 p.m. Monday on the south field. Salina Central (6-12) and Topeka West (414) play on the north field at 4 pin. ".The championship game is set for 5 p.m. on the south field. The winner advances to the 5A state tdurnament the following week in Salina.Ell-Saline (9-9) is the top seed in Monday's 2-1A softball regional at Lincoln. The Cardinals pjay fourth-seeded Inman (3-11) at 3 p.m. "Second-seeded Lincoln (6-8) will play third-seeded Sylvan (4-10) at 4:45 p.m. iThe championship game will be at 6:30 with the winner advancing to the 2-1A state tournament at Emporia the following week. Area-3 AAU track and field meet to be June 6 MANHATTAN — The 1998 Missouri Valley AAU Youth Track aijd Field Area-3 Meet will be June 6 at the R.V. Christian Track on the Kansas State Uni- ve>sity campus. By ARNE GREEN The Salina Journal Salina South needed a pair of victories Friday to clinch a No. 1 regional seed and Thomas More Prep-Marian's depleted pitching staff was just what the doctor ordered. The Cougars teed off on TMP's inexperienced hurlers for a total of 35 hits and got some solid pitching performances of their own to bury the Monarchs 19-2 and 22-4 at Dean Evans Stadium. Both games ended after five innings on the 10-run rule. "We got after it offensively," said South coach Tim Puvogel, whose Cougars improved to 13-7 and will be seeded first in Tuesday's Class 5A regional at Topeka. "In credit to TMP, they played a doubleheader last night, just like we did, and probably were a little thin on pitching. League / Newman wins sprint events FROM PAGE B1 1,600. ;South's only two first-place finishes on the boys side came from junior Michael Butler in the shot put and discus. Butler's winning toss of 52-9 '/a was nearly five feet better than the second-place effort in the shot put, and he threw 142-9 to; win the discus. •Central senior Terence Newman dominated the boys sprint events, sweeping the 100, 200 and 400-meter dashes. His day included an area-best time in the 400, running a 49.28 to put himself among the top five times in the state in that event this year, and breaking his own school record in th;e 200 with a 21.50. •"We had some great performances today, and the thing about it is, it's not just one kid doing well," Goodwin said. "Newman continues to do great, but we had BASEBALL TMP-Marlan 2 Salina South 1922 Track and field events will be run in age groups for athletes from 8 to 18 years old. Registration opens at 7:00 A.M. and track and field events will begin at 9:00 A.M. The top four place winners in all events will advance to the State AAU meet June 19-20 in Hays. For information about the Area-3 Meet, send a self-addressed stamped envelope to: Mike Kanost, 2229 Seaton Ave., Manhattan, KS 66502. Thompson, Dickson star at NCAA meet BELOIT — Outstanding individual efforts from Beloit's Tony Thompson and Southeast of Saline's Jon Dickson highlighted the North Central Activities Association track and field meet Friday. Thompson improved on his state-best mark this season in the discus with a throw of 194 feet, 7 inches. That effort was also good for school and meet records, and Thompson also won the shot put with a throw of 61-5%. Dickson won three individual events, sweeping the boys sprint events. He took the 100-meter dash in 10.91, the 200 in 22.46, and the 400 in 49.67. Other first-place finishes for Southeast came from Josh Betts in the 110 hurdles (15.54), Jody Ade in the javelin (122-4), Leslie Brady in the 3,200 run (12:36.65), and the Trojan boys 3,200 relay team (8:50.38). Beloit repeated as boys team champion with 156 points, topping Ellsworth in second with 119. Russell won the girls team title with 150 points, edging defending champion Beloit at 145. Southeast was third in the boys and fifth in the girls. NU men, CU women lead Big 12 track meet COLUMBIA, Mo. — Renetta Seller threw a personal-best 209 feet, 4 inches Friday to win the women's hammer throw in the Big 12 Track and Field Champi- • onships. Janet Visosky threw 196-10 for second to help Colorado take the early lead in the women's team competition with 31 points. Nebraska, with 24 points, led the men's competition in the first day of the championships at the Audrey J. Walton Track in Columbia. From Staff and Wire Reports "We just got on their first pitcher and he didn't fool us at all. They've got a good team." TMP coach Tony Limoges, whose Monarchs fell to 7-13, said a busy week had taken a toll on his team. "They're just a good hitting team," Limoges said of South. "No excuses, but this was our seventh and eighth games this week and we were pretty low on pitching. "I would like PUVOGEL to say it would have been closer, but I don't know. They hit the ball well and made great defen-. sive plays all day. You can't beat that. They're pretty disciplined and they don't make a lot of mistakes." The Cougars batted around the order in each of the first two innings of the first game on the way to a 16-0 lead against TMP starter Dustin Schumaker, pounding out 17 hits overall. Ryan Tomlins and Jason Meysenberg both went 3 for 3, with Tomlins doubling once and scoring four runs. Shaun Puvogel belted a three-run homer to right center in the top of the first after leadoff man Tomlins was hit by a pitch and Justin Stein doubled. Tomlins also was the winning pitcher, going the distance and allowing a pair of unearned runs on six hits. "The difference was we came out and played with a lot of enthusiasm," Puvogel said. "We tell them that the difference sometimes between winning and losing is heart." The Cougars picked up where they left off in the second game with 18 hits — 17 of them singles — against TMP pitchers T.J. Gottschalk and Chad Unrein. Meanwhile, Tyler Charvat and Matt Moody combined on a six- hitter for South with Moody getting the victory in relief. "We went to some of our posi- tion pitchers," said Puvog81, ;l whose Cougars used their t.<?p; starters Thursday in a double-.; header split against Junction'- City. "The thing we focused,'in.-, with them on before the game wa$ just throwing strikes and letting the defense play behind them. ,; "We had three good perform mances out of Tomlins, Charvat \ and Moody." • - . Offensively, Meysenberg, Chris» Davenport and Wes Blake eaoh'" had four hits for the Cougars^ Davenport and Paul Cooper each;.: scored four runs and Blake drove ; in three. - J South will play No. 4 seed Tope? ka Seaman at 3 p.m. Tuesday ur< its first-round regional game. £to;.-J 2 seed Salina Central plays Tope-" ka West at 5 p.m. in the other ' game with the winners meeting'at' 7 for the title. '" ' ' South and Central both fin-; ished the regular season at I'&T;, with the Cougars getting the top seed by virtue of a doubleheader sweep against Central. The i'e- ; gional winner advances to state,; May 29-30 at Dean Evans. T BIG 12 BASEBALL TOURNAMENT Oklahoma knocks off A&M Shackelford's homer, Geary's pitching help Sooners stay alive By OWEN CANFIELD The Associated Press OKLAHOMA CITY — Brian Shackelford's three-run homer keyed a five-run sixth inning Friday that carried Oklahoma to a 104 victory over top-seeded Texas A&M and kept the Sooners alive in the Big 12 tournament. Geoff Geary (12-1) pitched the second complete game of his career to get the victory. Defending champion Oklahoma (39-17) plays Saturday afternoon in an elimination game with Oklahoma State, while Texas A&M (41-17) plays this morning against either Baylor or Texas Tech. Geary trailed 4-2 in the fifth after giving up Craig Kuzmic's 23rd homer of the season, a two-run shot estimated at 470 feet, but his teammates bailed him out in the sixth. Matt Ward (7-4) gave up a leadoff single to Corey Hart, then after a flyout he allowed a single to Derek Wathan. Ward got cleanup hitter Casey Bookout to pop to the catcher for the second out. He nearly got out of the inning when a popup by Richard Park glanced off the glove of first baseman John Scheschuk, who had to reach over the dugout railing for the ball. Park then singled in a run and Shackelford followed with his 21st homer to make the score 6-4. "It's a crazy game and things like that happen all the time," A&M coach Mark Johnson said of Park's foul pop. "That was the at- bat that turned the game around." Ward said he felt confident through five innings and thought he had escaped the sixth as well. "Then the ball hit off his glove and then I made a mistake," he kids like Adam Moos in the 1,600 and 3,200, A.J. Young and Jimmy Bishop in the hurdles, Andy Schorn in the 800, and Jessica Williams and Christina Frost both had good days." Moos won the 3,200 after running stride-for-stride with Topeka West's Jon Gerdel for two laps, then pulling away in the final 250 meters. Young won the closest race of the day in the 300 hurdles with a time of 41.85, topping South's James Peoples in 41.88. "James fell down in the preliminaries of the high hurdles," Montoy said. "He came back with something to prove in the 300 and lost in a photo finish." The Central girls had firsts from Williams and Honesty Powell. Williams ran a 2:28.59 to edge South's Amanda Pratt in the 800, while Powell picked up her gold medal in the javelin with a throw of 116-10. T MVC BASEBALL TOURNAMENT Wichita State thumps SW Missouri St., 19-9 Shockers reach finals behind eight-run, fourth-inning outburst By The Associated Press EVANSVILLE, Ind. —Brian Preston hit two home runs and drove in seven runs as Wichita State beat Southwest Missouri State 19-9 Friday to advance to the Missouri Valley Conference tournament finals. The Shockers (54-5) led 2-0 until they ignited for eight runs in the fourth inning, including a two-run homer by Preston. The Bears (32-20) came back to score four runs in the top of the fifth inning, led by Richie Smith's home run, but the Shockers promptly answered with three more runs in their half of the fifth. Erich Bryan (8-2) got the win, giving up five runs on 10 hits in seven innings. The Shockers will play in today's championship game against Evansville, which ousted Southwest Missouri State. said. "After that, it was all downhill." Oklahoma St. 11, Missouri 8 Oklahoma State used a seven- run third inning to take a 10-1 lead, then held on to beat Missouri and enhance its chances of getting an NCAA regional bid. After losing to Texas A&M in the first round Thursday, coach Tom Holliday said his team deserved an NCAA bid even if it lost again Friday because all its games were against Division I teams. The Cowboys are 38-18, and they have a chance to pick up another victory or two today. "I don't know how it's going to turn out, but that game today certainly helped our chances," Holliday said. "I hope they look at our last 20 games instead of our last 10." The Cowboys have won 17 of their past 23 games, but have lost five of the past seven. Steve Hill had three hits and Tony Roossien homered and drove in three runs Friday. Oklahoma State also got a solid relief effort from Thorn Drier, who gave up two hits in 2 1 A innings to get the save. Texas Tech 11, Baylor 4 Texas Tech picked up its second victory of the Big 12 baseball tournament Friday, grabbing an early 8-1 lead and then holding off second-seeded Baylor. The Red Raiders (41-17) are the only unbeaten team after two days of play, and as a result don't have to return until tonight. They will play the survivor of this morning's 11 a.m. elimination game between Baylor and top-seeded Texas A&M. Josh Bard's three-run homer in the first inning got the Red Raiders going. They added two in the second on a home run by Keith Ginter, scored once in the third and twice more in the fourth on a double by Ryan Ruiz. T STATE SWIMMING Lampe qualifies for finals; By The Journal Staff MANHATTAN — Salina,*" South junior Amanda Lamped, qualified for today's finals in the 50-yard freestyle by placing 15th out of 32 competitors^' Friday in the preliminaries afri the Kansas State Swimming and Diving Championships. t Lampe's time of 25.95 in the Kansas State natatorium pool . was a personal best, bettering her previous best by two-hun-,, dreths of a second. '^ "It may have been just two-' 1 hundreths of a second, but that'' time enabled to swim on Satur-'; day," said Salina swim coach • Keith Smith. "Amanda's good ' start and her break out coming " off the wall were the reasons ' she had great success." : The top 16 finishers in the'., preliminaries qualified for to- : day's finals. Lampe was 24th out of 38 UVK the 100 freestyle in a time of,, 1:06.98. In diving, South's Sarah'; Ann Nelson was 31st with^ 106 % points. Three state records were set on Friday. Emporia's Katie Yevak es- * tablished a new mark of 2:04.38 , in the 200 individual medley. i); The All-America time was 1.32 seconds faster than the previ-". ous mark. Winfield's Kathy Echiverri ' broke a 14-year-old record in ' the 50 freestyle. Her time of" 24.14 broke the old mark by .22' of a second. Jenaca Pumphrey of Wichk" ta Heights set a state record of-' 57.37 in the 100 backstroke.-' The previous record, set in 1982, was 57.80. FISHING REPORT CEDAR BLUFF RESERVOIR General conditions — Water temperature Is 64 degrees, water is clear at 4-5 feet on the main lake. Lake level is 1.4 feet below conservation level. Black bass — Fair to good on spinner baits, pig & jig and plastic grubs in shallow water around flooded brush. Morning is best time. Anglers are reminded to be on the lookout lor tagged largemouth bass, 1-5 pounds. Channel catfish — Fair with some catfish caught with shad parts along the dam, in the swim beach area and at the west end where the river enters the reservoir. Early or late best times, 1-10 pounds. Grapple — Excellent on small |lgs or minnows/bobber combo fished along flooded salt cedar lines up in any of the major coves. White crappie are bigger and found in the cloudier water. Blacks run 9-11 inches and are In the clearer coves of the lower end of the lake. White bass & wipers — Good as this activity is improving quickly, whites have been caught surface feeding on calm evenings. Best action over channel breaks and points in 10-15 feet of water lakewide with slab spoons or larger white jigs. A few wipers mixed In with the white bass. Walleye — Slow, but several walleye reported by crappie and bass anglers from flooded lake points in 3-8 feet ot water, caught on small jigs, 2-5 pounds. GLEN ELDER RESERVOIR General conditions — Water temperature is 65 degrees, lake level at conservation pool, releasing 750 cubic feet per second. Channel catfish — Good as some are still taking several west of the Cawker Causeway in shallow water using shad pan's. Trotlines have been productive in Granite and Walnut Creeks. Crappie - Fair. Some fish being caught in and around brush piles located in coves and creeks scattered around the reservoir in 1012 feet of water. Small jigs or bobber and minnow combination working best, 12-13 inches. Some crappie moving up into shallow water Walleye — Good numbers of walleye being reported. Some anglers are having success catching them in 5-7 feet of water on the west end over the reservoir, while other anglers are reporting nice fish being caught off the breaks of the old river channel. All sizes being reported. Nightcrawlers working best, but troilers also catching fish with shallow running crankbaits. White bass — Fair, having some whites caught up in both river systems, but the spawn is tapering off. Some anglers catching whites in Granite Creek and in Marina Cove. Be on the lookout for white bass with tags close to the dorsal fin. KANOPOLIS RESERVOIR General conditions — Water temperature Is 64 degrees, lake level is 4% feet above conservation level. Lake is muddy, but clearing some and releasing 370 cubic feet per second. Crappie — Fair to good on jigs and minnows around the marina docks, the Yankee Run docks, off the dam and In the outlet area. Are moving to the shallow brush and brushpiles, 10-12 inches Channel catfish — Fair on worms, shad gizzards and live shad In the main lake and In the outlet. White bass — Fair with some being taken off the dam and up the river on white jigs and roadrunners. Walleye — Fair on trolling shad Imitation crankbaits In the Yankee Run area, 5-8 pounds. KIRWIN RESERVOIR General conditions — Water temperature is 63 degrees, lake level is 1.6 feet above conservation level. Channel catfish — Fair fishing live baits on trotlines in flooded timber in both arms. Crappie — Excellent on jigs and minnows in shallow spawning areas lakewide, also fish attractors and deep water covering well at times, limits common, 1-2 pounds average. Largemouth bass — Very good to excellent on jigs, splnnerbaits and plastic worms and lizards near shallow flooded cover, murkier water towards upper end best, 1318 inches. Walleye — Slow of fair on jig & worm on points and breaks, also a few being taken incidentally by crappie and bass anglers, some are sublegal running just shy of the 15 inches legal length. Wipers — Fair on a variety of artificial baits in lower end near dam. Some being caught incidentally by crappie and bass anglers and by shoreline fishermen still fishing worms on the bottom, 1-2 pounds. LOVEWELL RESERVOIR General conditions — Water temperature is 67 degrees, lake level is 1 foot above conservation level, releasing 500 cubic feet per second. Channel catfish — Trotliners on the west end who are having good success with live bait. Shoreline anglers off the State Park, Oak Hill and Cabin Point areas also catching a few with shad sides and stink baits. Runoff from rainfall events have added to angler success in all major tributaries. Crappie — Slow as some anglers have caught a few in Marina Cove in shallow water with bobber and jig combination. Walleye — Fair to good with many sub-le- gal sized fish running 15-16 inches that have been caught and released, and some legal fish have been harvested. Most walleye have been caught in 3-5 feet of water from the Cabin Area west. Jig and night- crawler combination working best. White bass & wipers — Good with only a few scattered white bass reports. Several nice wipers being reported over 4 pounds being caught by walleye anglers using nlghtcrawlers on the west half of the reservoir and off shallow points. SEBELIUS RESERVOIR General conditions — Water temperature is 64 degrees, lake is 2 Inches above conservation level. Channel catfish — Good to excellent with traditional baits on setlines in the upper end of the reservoir, 4-10 pounds average. Crappie — Excellent using minnows and jigs In flooded brush in 2-6 feet of water In upper end of reservoir and coves lakewide. Some being caught off fishing dock In Leola Cove with early morning best, V4-1 pounds. Largemouth bass — Excellent on jigs and spinnerbaits in flooded brush throughout the lake, some of the better success occurring In the backs of coves and off points in the coves, shallow grassy flats are producing well at times, 13-17 Inches average. Wipers — Good, casting bucktail jigs in the lower end near the dam and in Leota Cove. Saugeye — Fair to good with jig & worm on the road beds, also casting twister tail jigs in the upper ends of coves and shallow nooks throughout the lake, 18 inches length limit In effect. WEBSTER RESERVOIR General conditions — Water temperature is 64 degrees, lake level is 2.1 feet above conservation level, releasing 51 cubic feet per second. Channel catfish — Very good on trotlines baited with minnows fished in the flooded timber in western halt of lake. Crappie •— Good to excellent. Black crappie are heavy into the spawn now and whites are just getting started. Jigs and minnows near flooded cover in the coves in 2-6 feet of water, average size will increase slightly as white crappie become more common in the creel, 10-13 inches. Largemouth bass — Good success reported by a few anglers throwing plastic worms near shallow water cover on warm days, also some being taken incidentally by crappie fishermen. Rainbow trout — Still a few being caught by anglers using standard trout baits in the stilling basin. Permits are not required at this time, 11 inches average. Wipers — Excellent while casting spooks and jigs from boats and shore off both ends of the dam during the first hour or two of daylight, also casting bucktail jigs during afternoon hours in flooded timber near shallow areas in lower end, master angler size fish are currently dominating the catch, fish in the 8-15 pounds range common. Walleye — Fair some boat fishermen do- Ing well fishing the points and parting areas with jig and worm, shoreline anglers are reporting good numbers at times throwing jigs on the road beds, also a few reported on crankbaits, many running just shy of the 15 inches limit. WILSON RESERVOIR General conditions — Water temperature Is 61 degrees, lake level is at conservation level, releasing 15 cubic feet per second. Channel catfish - Fair on shad gizzards, worms and live sunfish. Generally best in the river above the reservoir but some are coming from the main lake and the outlet area. Crappie — Fair on minnows and small jigs around the marina and Marshall Cove docks, in the shallower brushpiles. Starting to show up in the backs of coves, 10-12 inches. Striped bass — Fair as anglers are catching stripers off the rocky points from Minooka to the dam on large roadrunners and jigs, early mornings and evenings best. Some are coming from Hell Creek and trolling shad Imitation crankbaits, 3-20 pounds. Walleye — Fair with some being caught off the rocky points on shimmy shad, roadrunners and crankbaits and trolling shad imitations around the Minooka area, 4-8 pounds. White bass — Fair to good at times. Whites are still in the river spawning and the river is back down but still muddy and anglers are having a hard time getting them to bite. Some whites are showing up on the dam and off the rocky points on white jigs, beetle spins and spinners, Vfe-2 pounds. Black bass — Good to excellent on jerk baits, spinner baits and jigs In the creek areas, the back of coves and off the rocky points. Smallmouth are slowing some, largemouth are picking up. OTTAWA STATE FISHING LAKE General conditions — Water level is normal and muddy. Channel catfish — Excellent on worms and prepared baits, mainly in the upper end. Blueglll — Fair around the piers and shoreline brush on bobber and worm, 7-9 inches. Largemouth bass — Fair to good at times on spinnerbaits or any flashy lure due to the muddy water. Bass are very shallow in the brush and right on the shoreline.- . . . < Crappie — - Fair to good on minnows and jigs around the piers and the shoreline brushpiles, 9-1 1 inches. , ' ., SALINE STATE FISHING LAKE \"'~ Channel catfish — Slow to fair on worms, liver and prepared baits, V< pounds aver-*- SHERIDAN STATE FISHING LAKE:'-,. • General conditions — Water tempera- , ture Is 62 degrees. . • . . Channel catfish — Good In bottom fish- Ing with worms or cut sunfish early or late, along the dam or the creek channel at the , upper end, 1-4 pounds. ' Largemouth bass — Good in shallow,. water lakewide using small plastic grubs, ,15 pounds. Sunfish — Good with worm/bobber cornC ' bo In shallow water at each end of the o^m., or at upper end of lake, 6-9 inches. MILFORD RESERVOIR . , • General conditions — Water temperature is 64 degrees, water is normal, releasing 1 ,000 cubic leet per second. "".'.White bass — Fair on the dam with minnows and jigs and spinners, '/4-1 pound.' Walleye — Fair at rock points and mud . flats in 2-1 0 feet of water on jigs and worms, 1-6 pounds. Crappie — Good In the rocks and brush In' 1 -B feet of water on minnows and jigs, '/4-^ > pounds. Bass — Good in shoreline brush on jigbv ' ' worms and spinnerbaits, 1-5 pounds. ,' . , TUTTLE CREEK RESERVOIR '' ' General conditions — Water tempera-' ture Is 64 degrees, water is murky and pear pool, releasing 1 ,500 cubic leet per second. ' Channel catfish — Fair In the tailwaters • i and northern end on shad baits, though,. ~ most anglers are crappie fishing, '/4-5 pounds. '' '." Crappie - Good to excellent on jigs and minnows lakewide in protected coves, %-2 ' pounds. White bass — Fair In tailwaters and tributary steams on jigs, minnows and spinner-. , baits, V4 -2 pounds. GEARY STATE FISHING LAKE Crappie — Good in 1-5 feet of water ir) brush and gravel on minnows and jigs, y<- ' % pounds. Bass — Good at the shoreline on jigs,, . worms and jerk baits, V4 -5 pounds. WASHINGTON STATE FISHING LAKE i Crappie — Good on the shoreline on minnows and jigs. 'A- 3 ,, pounds, ' ' Channel catfish — Good lakewide on cut' , [ bait, 1-4 pounds. < .
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