The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 3, 1968 · Page 53
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 53

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, November 3, 1968
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Fishing Is Just Kid 9s Stuff . . . Ltl5 , .... . t-' - t F f . L , . I J t , m' V - - 4 '. ' - T J : ' - I 1 r,--T"1 SUtt Paolo by Vim Miranda STARTS EARLY Earl Carr of Riviera Beach, apparently believes in introducing his three-year-old son Kevin (left photo) to the sport of angling at an early age. The little fisherman is young but he's old enough to keep an eye on the rod tip for signs of a strike. As it turned out, Kevin was lucky (right). The pompanette happened to be running at Juno Beach the day he tried his hand at surf fishing. Words aren't needed to describe his delight with the catch. l SUKDAY - KOKDAY OMIY I W 't SEC0NDTIRE Ijy i OUTDOORS By Ed Buckow Walking Catfish Prove A Problem For Killers RIVERSIDE ST-107 27-month tread wear guarantee. Built to give top service and mileage, this tire's 4-ply nylon cord body resists impact, moisture damage, flex fatigue and heat build-up. n WARDS 1 Riverside PASSENGER TIRE 4-WAY GUARANTEE I. 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Bridge captured the tournament for the second week In a row and finished five games ahead of runner-up Penny Bylsma who won seven. Finishing third and fourth were Mike Cernlk and Chuck Carpenter, respectively. Peter Haughton and Pam Toothman won six of eight games to take the 11 & under doubles round robin. Gray Clark and Bill Shearouse were second, one game behind, while Lee Shearouse and Lee Watts finished third. Southside's girls lost a team-match to Palm Beach on Saturday at the Seavlew courts, 6-3. Nancy' Coleman defeated Palm Beach's Tlnka Redfleld In the number one match, 8-5. Individual Rpsulti SlnglM Nancy Coleman (SS) del. Ttaka Redfleld 8- Vlckl Mendoza ( PB) del. Diane Gllnith 8-7 Julie Preisly ( PB) det. Cella Wagner 8-3 Janet Dalton (SSI def. Irene Mendoza 84 Crissy Falcon (PB) det. Darcy Robinson 8-5 Sue Polsson ( PB) det. Helen Johnson 8-1 Doubles Coleman-Wapier (SS) det. Pressly-Red-Held 8-2 Mondoza Mendoza (PB) det. Gllrulh Dal-ton8-3 Falcon-Polsson (PB) det. Robinson-Johnson 8-1 TUBEIESS I ST-107 JNI I PIUS BLACKWALl 1ST TIRf TIRE E E I. SIZE PRICE PRICE EACH 6 50 13 SIS , i' 181 0 956 50 14 H7 T 195 7 35700 14 118 It 2 06 7 757 5014 2 19 775670 15 'y 12. ILL 8 258 00 14 S2I 111 235 8 558 50 14 I $23 113 2 56 'Willi Irodt in lira! off your cor. ffor ST 107 only) Wnilewoli only S3 more each n WARDS m Riverside IMMIDIATf RIPLACIMIMT BATTERY OUARANTII "HOW ARE YOU GOING TO manage a fish that won't stay in the water?" a biologist once asked, commenting on capability of the South Asian Clarias catfish to crawl around on land and breathe air. Apparently the fish can't be managed, If recent events are any indication. Vcrn Ogilvic, fisheries biologist with the game and fish commission, killed off the "walking catfish" in a number of ponds sometime ago with the chemical rotenone. His plan was to stock the ponds with some fairly good sized bass, which he thought would eat the spawned Clarias catfish fry, thereby acting as a control on the species. Before he could stock one of the ponds with bass, some researchers from Florida Atlantic University dragged a seine through It and caught 65 walking catfish. I WHEN OGILVIE LEARNED of this he went back to the pond to clean it out a second time witluVitonone. He failed to find a single fish. The remaining Clarias cats in the pond had slithered off to someplace else during heavy rains. . Ogilvle still plans to fight the walking catfish n ponds by stocking them with bass, but ' he has not come up with any method of combating the Infestation of these Asian catfish in the vast canal system in South Florida. He points out that there is little use in renovating the canals even if such a gigantic project could be carried out because everything Is killed off in the canals periodically by herbacides used to kill noxious weeds such as hyacinths. "I don't really see any way to eliminate them," saidOgilvie. The biologist received information Friday that indicates the walking catfish are spreading northward from the south part of Palm Beach County. A dragline operator found several Clarias catfish near State Road 7 about halfway between the south county line and the West Palm Beach Canal. A COURSE SCHEDULED at Pine Jog Conservation Education Center on Summit Blvd. is one that outdoors men especially fishermen will find helpful and interesting. Beginning Nov. 7, meteorologist In charee of the local U.S. Weather Bureau, Is going to teach a course entitled "Weather Phenomena and Forecasting." The classes will be held each Thursday night at 7:30 through Dec. 12, with a field trip to the local Weather Bureau. According to the announcement r'elved from the education center, this tour 5 Is intended to "clear up the mystery of the great weather systems that mold our environment, and therefore our lives." Any commercial fisherman will attest to the important part weather systems have in making their livelihood and the way these systems directly affect the movement and actions of fish. Sports fishermen also put weather knowledge to use. This Is why this course should be of considerable value to fishermen. Details may be obtained by contacting Pine Jog. A certificate will be given to those completing the course. THE STATE GAME and Fresh Water Fish Commission recently compared Florida's hunting to that of other states, and the Sunshine State came out looking rather good. Florida ranks eighth In the nation in the number of deer harvested; second In duck harvested in the 17-state Atlantic Flyway; third in turkey hunting success in the nation, and first in the number of dove hunters In the 16-state Eastern Management Unit of the U.S. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineer's has prepared, and is offering free of charge to the public, a series of maps titled "Fisherman's Guide to the Kisslmmee Chain of Lakes." Boatmen and anglers may obtain the scries by writing to the Corps at P.O. Box 4970, Jacksonville, 32201. The Everglades Rifle and Pistol Club will conduct a turkey shoot Nov. 7 at 10 a.m. at Its range off Plnehurst Rd. Drivers can reach Pinehurst Road by driving west on Forest Hill Blvd. Directional signs will be posted. 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