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Trail connects Alturas with Refuge By LEE JUILLERAT for the Herald and News July 6, 2018

ALTURAS — Unfamiliar faces are becoming familiar sights at the Modoc National Wildlife Refuge thanks to a newly built multi-use biking-walking trail. “It’s brought in a lot of new faces to see the refuges, people I hadn’t seen in 17 years,” says Steve Clay, who managed the 7,000acre refuge since 2001. “We’re definitely seeing people we’ve never seen before. It’s been a great boon to the community.” Officially opened in June, the 1.6-mile long trail connects the refuge with downtown Alturas and the Modoc County Museum. The section outside the refuge runs along county roads while the section in the refuge is a dedicated two-lanes segment. The paved 10-foot wide asphalt surface also includes a spur trail to the Desert Rose Casino. It was built to provide a safe, paved travel corridor for walkers, runners and bicyclists along Modoc County Roads 56 and 115 to the refuge entrance road.

Jim Cavasso, an Alturas businessman whose holdings include the Niles Hotel, just a block away from the Modoc County Museum, said proposals to create a trail had been discussed for several years and agrees the trail has generated surprising numbers of users. “It gives bikers and foot traffic a safer pathway from town to the refuge. It’s not uncommon to see people using it,” Cavasso said, adding with evident pride, “We’re one of the few communities in the U.S. that has a national wildlife refuge bordering the city.” The project was a combined effort that included the refuge, Modoc County Road Department, City of Alturas and Federal Highway Administration, which provided most of the $1.4 million. Construction began in mid-September and was substantially complete last November.

“Once the asphalt surface was done,” Clay said, “people were using it.”

The prime contractor was T.L. Peterson, Inc. of Red Bluff, Calif., although Eagle Rock, a Modoc County contractor, was also involved.

Sean Cross, assistant refuge manager, said use has been greater than expected, noting, “The use is crazy. It’s amazing. Every time I travel by I see three or four people,” including people pushing baby strollers and walking to and from the casino, often at all hours. “It’s more for public safety than just visiting the refuge.”

“It’s been a great partnership,” Clay said, crediting the contractors — “They just whipped right into it” — and Modoc County for signage, sweeping, weeding and snow removal. “It’s been great that they’ve taken it on.”

What to see at the Modoc Refuge What’s there to see at the Modoc National Wildlife Refuge, a 7,000-acre wetlands within biking and walking distance of Alturas. “The big draw are the sandhill cranes,” says refuge manager Steve Clay, noting interest spikes when the young, called colts, are seen in meadows and grain fields.

Because the refuge is located along the Pacific Flyway, the corridor used by migrating birds between Southern California and Alaska, it seasonally attracts thousands of waterfowl, shorebirds and songbirds. Because of its variety of habitats, more than 250 species have been counted, including ducks, geese, grebes tundra swans, cranes, bald and golden eagles, northern harriers and red-tailed hawks. Clay regards mallards, cinnamon teal and gadwalls as “the Big Three.” But he quickly reels off a list of others - ruddy

Modoc National Wildlife Refuge Manager Steve Clay is proud of the new trail and new visitor center-office. The site is attracting a lot of traffic.

For now the trail is unnamed but is informally called the Refuge Access Trail. “We’d like to get public participation,” Clay said of devising a name. So far, a leading contender is Koseallekte,” the name of the local Achumawi, or Pit River Indians. People using the trail are also visiting the 3-mile long auto tour loop route, which includes a hiking trail that weaves through a section of the refuge, and the newly built refuge office-visitor center. The 3,470-square foot center is built on the site of the former center was destroyed ducks, pintails, white faced ibis, blackcrowned night herons, bufflehead, merganser, white-fronted geese, warblers - as species who make the refuge home or a place for temporary stopovers. “There’s a pretty broad spectrum,” he says, noting the varieties mimic those seen in the nearby network of Klamath Basin national wildlife refuges. “We have everything you see in the Klamath Basin but in a more intimate setting.” To get an eyeful - and earful - visitors can drive or bike a 3-mile long loop road

by an October 2015 electrical fire. “The layout is so much nicer that we’ve got a lot more functional space. We’re working out the kinks,” Clay said of the new office, noting plans call for indoor and outdoor displays, picnic tables and a native plant pollinator garden. “We’re excited with the good things that are happening, We’re infinitely better and people are much safer than we were without the trail.” Interpretive signs provide information on the area’s cultural heritage, pioneer settlement and notable wildlife and bird species. The Kaye Johnson Wildlife Trail is loop hike around a section of the Teal Pond and includes a wildlife viewing area. The refuge headquarters is open 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. weekdays and features displays and brochures about regional birds and mammals. The refuge is open daily during daylight hours. For information call 530-233-3572 or visit the website at www.fws.gov/refuge/modoc.


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Native species: The count is at 12 By LUKE OVGARD For the Herald and News No. 1 Summer ‘93/94. No. 2 May 29, 2004. No. 3 April 13, 2008. No. 4 June 3, 2012. No. 5 June 29, 2016. No. 6 December 15, 2015. No. 7 November 6, 2016.

Earlier this year, I accomplished something that may never have been accomplished before. No, I’m not referring to my lack of dating success or my ludicrous burrito consumption rate.

The next fish was a special catch. The Klamath largescale sucker, Catostomus snyderi, was my first IGFA All-Tackle World Record. That’s pretty fortunate because it’s the only one I’ve ever caught.

I referring to the fact that as of March, I have caught all 12 species native to the Upper Klamath Basin.

NO. 8 MARCH 24, 2017.

My first Klamath County native was the redband rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss newberryi. One of my earliest memories was catching a rainbow trout at Howard Prairie Lake. Though it could’ve been a redband from Jenny Creek, it was likely a hatchery fish. But that same summer, I caught my first redband out of the creek itself. We have an old picture, but we couldn’t narrow the date down, so I was either three or four when I caught my first species native to Klamath County, although it would be another year or two before I caught one in Klamath County. Though I probably caught a bull trout, Salvelinus confluentus, soon, my first recorded catch came in 2004 after I began keeping records of my fishing trips. Since then, this species has all but disappeared in Klamath County due to habitat loss, overharvest and displacement by invasive brook trout. It’s been almost 12 years since I last caught a bull trout in Klamath County waters, despite having fished everywhere they’re still supposed to exist. Another species I probably caught before 2004 was the tui chub, Gila bicolor, though I officially recorded it after catching several in the Lost River near Crystal Springs Bridge. The Klamath River was my go-to fishery for most of college, so it’s no surprise I caught my first Klamath River lamprey, Lampetra similis, there. In fact, I caught 3-of-4 here, all clinging to the sides of trout I netted. This fish gives me the creeps with its horrific looks, but it creates more problems for the trout it clings to, causing most of the ugly red wounds you seen on large trout captured in the Klamath Basin. Two life cycles exist. One is parasitic and clings to fish, the other is omnivorous and scavenges in the mud for food. I’ve only seen this phenomenon a few times, and it is unique. It is protected, so be sure to release any hitchhikers you catch.

this fish was my toughest quarry. The Klamath Lake sculpin, Cottus princeps, is identified by its rough skin and joined dorsal fins (the other two have smooth skin and distinctly separated dorsals).

The endangered Lost River sucker, Deltistes luxatus, was a surprise. I caught it fishing for trout in Klamath Lake and have caught a few since, taking care to release every fish quickly, as they are endangered and fishing for them is not allowed.

It took me ages to find this guy. After about half a dozen night-micro-sight-fishing sculpin sessions in frigid temperatures, I landed a Klamath lake sculpin and The author poses with his first double-digit redband trout. completed my Klamath It weighted 10.25 piunds, 27 1/1 inches long and 16 1/2 Dozen.

Most of the fish I’ve caught have been snagged incidentally with trout lures in Upper Klamath Lake or the Williamson River. Knowing that, I rarely use heavy lures where they tend to congregate anymore. NO. 9 JANUARY 12, 2018. While fishing for perch in Lost River this year, I landed a small shortnose sucker, Chasmistes brevirostris. I quickly released it back into the cold waters, as it is the most endangered species on this list. Tragically, some biologists believe it will be extinct in the wild within a decade on its current trajectory. NO. 10 MARCH 10, 2018. Though microfishing is an increasingly popular subset of fishing in the United States, I’d like to believe I invented a subset of the subset. With a headlamp, I head out at night and spot sculpins on the bottom. This is tricky because most of them are skittish and dart away if the light is directly pointed at them. So, pointing the light near them, I sightfish using a piece of nightcrawler the size of half a grain of rice on pre-snelled micro hooks in sizes that don’t use number designations, but rather New Half Moon or Tanago.

There is a 13th native species found in the county, that, like many of the other fish on this list, is endangered. I’ve never even tried to catch it though I doubt I could if I tried. That’s largely because the tiny Miller Lake lamprey, Entosphenus minimus, has such a small range. It is found only in Miller Lake and a handful of its feeder streams.

A friend working in fisheries not far from Klamath recently told me “It’s a shame we live in a world where you’re supposed to feel bad about catching such amazing fish,” and I totally agree. Don’t feel bad about catching a fish incidentally but handle it with care and release it quickly so that maybe, just maybe, its species has a chance to recover.

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Remember, targeting endangered or otherwise protected species is illegal. My Lost River suckers, shortnose sucker, Klamath River lampreys, and bull trout were all incidental. If you do catch any of these species, be sure to handle each fish respectfully and release it quickly. That said, it’s okay to be proud to have caught one.

Have you caught all 12 Klamath natives? If so, please let me know. I’d love to shake your hand. Read more at caughtovgard.com; Follow @LukeOvgard; Contact: luke.ovgard@gmail.com.

It’s an absolute blast. Marbled sculpins, Cottus klamathensis, is by far our largest sculpin species and definitely the most skittish. This makes them difficult to target but easy to identify when sighted or captured. I’ve seen photos of a few caught by other anglers, and they can reach 10 inches in length, making them one of the largest freshwater sculpins in the world. NO. 11 MARCH 14, 2018. I’d definitely snagged dozens of these over the years incidentally when fishing lures through thick schools of them, but the first one to take a micro hook came this year after I managed to avoid all of the chubs and invasive fathead minnows that tried to get in the way.

Ironically, I drove down into northern California to fish the headwaters of Lost NO. 12 MARCH 14, 2018. River for this fish, failing to realize it was the more common chub species right here Though five of the fish on this list are in our own lake. Once I realized the blue either endangered, incredibly rare or both, chub, Gila coerulea, wasn’t as “blue” as its name sugWalking through Keeper’s Corner gested and got identificais a walk down memory lane. Take tion down, I quickly found a walk through the memories, them almost everywhere I and purchase one for your home! looked.

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Though I caught this first fish by hand in Link River, I’ve since caught dozens on micro hooks. It is by far the most common sculpin species in the Klamath Basin, and targeting it can be a fun change of pace.

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By MARK FREEMAN The Mail Tribune Jul 6, 2018

Men in suits on the East Coast who were worried about the river-damming era of their time pushed for a law that would protect wild streams and their banks for future generations. “Future generations,” says Collier, a 44-year-old rafting and kayaking guide and outfitter. “I get goosebumps every time I read that. That’s us.” The National Wild and Scenic Rivers Act turns 50 this year, and Collier is helping pay homage to the law by systematically researching and personally experiencing each of Oregon’s 58 river reaches protected by that act.

The Wild and Scenic Section of the Rogue downstream of Rainie Falls is one of the eight original rivers protected under the act that now covers 203 river designations, including a second one on the far upper Rogue in the Union Creek region. Oregon has the most streams protected under the 1968 act, thanks largely to 40 designations championed in 1988 by former Sen. Mark Hatfield, who earlier helped shepherd funding to complete Lost Creek and Applegate dams in the Rogue River Basin and attempted to complete Elk Creek Dam, which was later abandoned and demolished a decade ago. The designation means the rivers must be protected as free-flowing and managed to preserve natural, cultural and recreational values. The protections extend a quartermile from each bank, but not the river’s source or other aspects of it outside the designated boundaries.

Kayakers paddle through the Magic Canyon of the Chetco River. The National Wild and Scenic Rivers Act turns 50 this year.

designated, as is part of the Illinois River.

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The designation has brought certain protections to the Rogue, including caps on commercial guides and public launches during popular spring and summer rafting and fishing seasons, and it helps squelch any possibility for the once-proposed Copper Canyon Dam on the lower Rogue downstream from the mouth of the Illinois.

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When talk of the dam resurfaced in the 1960s, fishing guides and others coalesced their opposition and turned toward support of the Rogue being added to the original list of eight Wild and Scenic rivers, Palmer says.

On the Rogue, those three designations cover 84.5 miles of water from the mouth of the Applegate River to Lobster Creek about 16 river miles upstream of the Pacific. That includes the Rogue’s famed Wild Section from Whisky Creek near Rainie Falls to Wassom Creek near Foster Bar.

“I think the Rogue was probably a shoe-in from the beginning,” Palmer says. “The Forest Service knew it was a pretty amazing river. Ever since Zane Grey people knew that.” In all, Oregon’s Wild and Scenic rivers stretch more than 1,916 miles, or 2 percent of Oregon’s nearly 111,000 miles of river, according to the U.S. Forest Service.

The far upper Rogue from the Crater Lake National Park boundary to the end of the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest boundary near Prospect is also

Some, like the lower Rogue Canyon stretch and the upper Chetco, Collier runs regularly either for pleasure or for his Hood River-based Northwest Raft-

Some, like the North Fork of the John Day River or the Minam River in the Wallowa Mountains, take more planning and preparation for what amounts to multiple-day floats through technical water. “We could just go visit them and check them off the list,” Collier says. “But they deserve to be done the right way.” Some are not floatable, such as the River Styx that flows underground in Oregon Caves near Cave Junction. So far he’s hit 41 of them, and he hopes to get through 50 by the end of the year. Collier and others on these expeditions are chronicling their journeys and experiences at www.oregonwildandscenic.com, “like a portfolio of what we’ve visited,” he says. Among all the truly remote Wild and Scenic rivers in Oregon, however, one continues to stand out to Collier. “I’m really partial to the Chetco,” Collier says. “To me, it’s the epitome of a Wild and Scenic river. It’s wild, clear and untouched. It’s mentally and physically exhausting. It’s the Chetco.”

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The proposed hydroelectric dam detailed in a 1931 report was to stand 200 feet tall and back up the Rogue far upstream, says Tim Palmer, a Port Orford author of several books, including “Wild and Scenic Rivers: An American Legacy.”

ing Company. But the quest to visit all of Oregon’s Wild and Scenic stretches began last year with Collier “not really knowing how hard that would be,” he says.

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'91 Fleetwood Manufactured Home 60x14, 2 bedroom, 1 bath on a large 60x150 lot. Located in the beautiful town of Bonanza. In excellent condition. Window AC, fenced yard, established lawn. Includes 20x20 insulated, sheet-rocked, wired shop. ALL NEW well pump, pressure tank, vinyl windows, roof, siding, exterior paint. EXCELLENT RENTAL HISTORY! In great, safe neighborhood. Still a little country but close to store, medical, gas, post office, park, bakery, & library. Low taxes!

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NEW 3 BED, 2 BATH MANUFACTURED HOME WITH VIEW READY FOR YOUR FAMILY... Located in beautiful park with view minutes from downtown--close to city and school bus stops. This new home has so many wonderful features from super insulated to extra large kitchen island with oodles of storage. Brand new decks, new storage shed and carport. $74,995 OR FINANCE WITH $10,000 DOWN OR LEASE OPTION WITH $2,500 DOWN and APPROVED RESIDENCY APPLICATION. Contact for more details/viewing. klamathviewestates @gmail.com or call 541-281-7057

$80,000 Firm. 541-892-3004 or 541-545-6777 VACANT HOME 1990 Fleetwood 3 bedroom/2 bath carpet throughout, upgraded appliances, newer carpets, extra storage large awning & deck, fenced yard. A must see! Priced to sell at

$19,900 OBO Ask for Joe: Joe's Buy Rite

541-892-0200

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ROOMS FOR RENT

Veterans Enrichment Center Has rooms for rent 450/mo for Veterans and 500/mo for non-Veterans MALES ONLY Rental assistance may be available for veterans. Call Tammi @ 541-331-9975 for more information.

MOBILE HOME SPACES For Rent: Mobile home or RV

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Country living Quiet and private. Stateline Road, California site. Taking applications. Rent $300 per month. 541-810-3434 Friends are some of the most important people in your life, so tell them.

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1721 Sq Ft of Living Space, Custom Built On Your Land! Washington $137,995 Oregon $133,995 California $156,995

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On Your Lot, On Time, Built Right! *Please contact a local HiLine Home Consultant for more information on our homes and a list of lenders that offer up to 100% 1 financing. Above elevation may show added features or features may vary. Pricing subject to change without notice. ©1996-2017 All Rights Reserved - HiLine Homes. Contractor License: Washington # HILINH*983BD, HILINH*8 H*845D3, HILINHT841JA | Oregon CCB# 182300, CCB# 181069, CCB# 181652, CCB# 210297 | California CCSLB# 1001720.

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