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HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 2014 5 nt rch wins prestigious Heritage ion Award for work at ke Submitted by NM DEPT of GAME & FiSH/Santa Fe The Department of Game and Fish archaeologist and tribal li- aison was speechless after learn- ing the Cultural Properties Re- view Committee had voted to present him with the 2014 Heri- tage Preservation Award for ar- chaeological heritage• The award recognizes ar- back to about 700 to 1100 AD. chaeologist Jack Young's recent Mr. David Siegel of the U.S. work at the Lake Roberts Wild- Fish and Wildlife Service nomi- life Management Area north of hated Young for his "exemplary Silver City. During required con- stewardship of New Mexico's ar- struction to make safety improve- chaeological heritage," through- merits on the Lake Roberts Dam, out his work at the Lake Roberts Young oversaw the protection, Wildlife Area. excavation and management of Siegel stated in two archeological sites that dated his nomination, "Jack Young and $ou hwes Ares Fishing Repo ii This fishing report, provided by Bill Dunn and the Department of Game and Fish, has been gener- ated from the best information available from area officers and anglers. Conditions encountered the NMDGF ~Courtesy NM worked tirelessly I [1~ ~--Game ~ FishI to protect those sites, while keep- ; , , - ing the essential experience, send it to us at dam improve- We merits on sched- may include your story in our ule." next report• For catches of the "It was a week, include name, date, and project where we location, type of fish, length and thought he did an The Department of Game and Fish, students from the University of New Mexico, the University of New Mexico Office of Contract Archaeology, the New Mexico State Preservation Historic Of- fice,archaeologist Rachel Johnson, Human System Research Management and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, with significant tribal collabora- tion, worked to- gether to respect- ful treat and safe- guard the site. Established in 1969, the award recognizes outstanding ex- after the report is compiled may weight if possible arid bait, lure differ, as stream, lake andor fly used. weather conditions alter fish and SOUTHWEST AREA angler activities• CATCHES OF THE WEEK: • Bluewater Lake: June 7, Mark Churchill of Albuquerque caught and released three tiger musky over 30 inches. He was using a large fire tiger Rat L Trap and a rainbow colored River 2 Sea S Waver. The largest fish was 34 inches and weighed 15 pounds. June 8, Colin Pope, age 9, of Estancia caught and released a 39- inch tiger musky. • Clayton Lake: June 6, Corey Beckner of Clayton caught and released a 5-pound largemouth bass. He was using a senko. • Hopewell Lake: June 5, Bob Stuewe of Santa Fe caught and released three big rainbows. They were 19, 20 and 22 inches and all were caught on damsel fly nymphs. Bear Canyon: Fishing was fair to good using liver, night crawl- ers and stink bait for catfish• We had no reports on other species• Bill Evans Lake: Fishing was slow for all species• Caballo Lake: Fishing was slow to fair using crank baits and Texas-rigged lizards for walleye and white bass. The best reports came from anglers fishing around the KOA area. Fishing was fair to good using worms and liver at the south end of the lake for catfish• A few crappie were caught by anglers using small minnows and worms. We had no reports on other species. Elephant Butte Lake: Fishing was good using crank baits, jerk baits, Kastmasters and grubs for white bass. Fishing was good us- ing tubes, senkos, craws, chatter outstanding job," said Jan Bella, New Mexico State Archaeologist and Deputy State Historic Preser- vation Officer for the Cultural Properties Review Committee• Archaeologists investigated two Mimbres sites at Lake Rob- erts. They found pit houses, ar- rowheads, tools, animal shaped stone beads, and pottery shards from rare polychrome pots painted with black, orange and red geometric patterns. "It was massive team effort on a complex project," Young said. "Many organizations and individuals collaborated to pro- tect the integrity of the prehistoric site and excavate Cultural re- sources in peril•" JackYoung amples of preser- vation work across the state during National Historic Preservation Month, celebrated in May. Young will be presented with his award during the 42nd annual Heritage Preservation Ceremony, at 10 a.m. Friday, May~ 16, at the New Mexico Museum of Art, 107 W. Palace Ave., Santa Fe. Fourteen recipi- ents will be recognized for their work in historic preservation• The public is invited to attend• For more information or to RSVP, please contact the His- toric Preservation Division of the Department of Cultural Af- fairs at (505) 827-6320• to the LHS represented in North-South Game 2014 Lordsburg High School graduates Adam Murillo and Ernie Rodriguez played in the North-South AAJAAA All Star Football Game on Friday, June 6, 2014 in Albuquerque.The game was played in Community Stadium and is sponsored by the New Mexico High School Coaches Association. Murillo started at tight end and in- side linebacker and Rodriguez started at safety for the South squad. The North won the game 26-3. Murillo and Rodriguez both played well and made several tackles. Murillo intercepted a pass and was also one of the co-captains.The South was coached by Silver High School head coach Butch Branson and the Silver High staff. Courtesy photo uestion: What will I do this summer? By TERRI FEDONCZAKILife slowly and deeply so that you baby step is the most ridiculously how prestigious it is. Maybe an Coach, Parent Counselor and make your hand move outward, easy step you can take in the next afterschool program that focuses • Lake Maloya: June 6, Richie baits and jerk baits for largemouth Author of Field Guide to Plugged- Then do that two more times. Feel 5 minutes. Set your phone alarm on art would be a better fit. Fig- Meier of Raton caught three 20- bass and smallmouth bass. Fish- In Parenting, Even if You Were your pulse rate drop and your for 5 or l0 minutes while you ure out what's important to your inch rainbow trout in just a few ing was slow to fair using tubes Raised by Wolves shoulders come out of your ears. search for "summer child care family values, and make a deci- minutes fishing. He was using and minnows for crappie. Fishing salmon peach Power Bait. was good using stink bait, shrimp Flowers are blooming, and Doesn t that feel better? options' on the interuet or make sion that feels right in your gut. • Navajo Lake: June 7, Wesley and night crawlers for catfish. We birds are chirping. Bare legs are 2. Treat the problem like a phone call to a friend. When the If you follow the above steps, ~, ; you will make the right decision blinding us with their unearthly a puzzle or a mystery with you alarm =oes off, bookmark or jot Pate of Farmington caught and hadno reports on other species• glow This can only mean oneas lead detective: We make much down the options, and then stop• for .you and your kids, reg.ardless released a 4.97-pound small- The Marina Del Sur, Rock Can- thing~ summer is on its way! Re- better decisions when we engage ' • ot their age anct your clrcum- mouthbass, yon and Dam Site marinas are member when thoughts of sum- our creative mind to help us sort Y°ui:e" d~h:/°:n~hi:sbfbYlsStt:P ~ancts~ K~ep g~th~r~g iunf~lr~lau • Oasis Park Lake: June 8, Hilary open. The surface temp was in the mer were filled with ice cream and through options. When we are big break it down into smaller , , . .g . . p" , Y , ' reacn a aeClslon mat reels goou Shirley of Portales caught a 7- mid to upper 70s. lazy afternoons9 Not anymore stressed out, we are in fight or steps pound albino channel catfish. Escondida Lake: Fishing was Now it's, "Mother of Pearl, whai flight mode. All of our blood is in . , ~.2 xou ...... aetermme wnen on.t° yOU;wafflingthen accepton a decisionit and mOVepro_ She was using homemade stink fair to good using liver, night am I going to do with my kids9' our extremities, preparing us to it S okay to leave them home duces stress and wastes energy bait. crawlers and hot dogs for catfish. • that. you could be using for a • Quemado Lake: June 6, Ed We had no reports on other spe- That lazy afternoon turns into a do battle or to flee, so our brain alone" Just because the law says horror movie, with zombie kids can't work properly. If you can that your ll year old can stay higher purpose. We only have so Welsey of Los Chaves caught a cies. following you around the house treat this decision like a puzzle home alone doesn t mean it's the muchoener ever da " wastin •. .. . gY Y Y, g 20.5-inch, 4.5-pound rainbow Gila River: Water flow on the Gila whining that they're bored. Or with a solution that you just can't raght decision for you. Every kJd it by worrying is counter-produc~ trout. He was using a No. 3 Mepps as of this past Monday was 38 cfs. worse, latchkey kids calling you see yet, then you can get creative is different. I used the guideline tive. All we can do as a parent is spinner. He also caught and re- Fishing for catfish on the lower at work to see if they can dry the without feeling overwhelmed, that when my kid was old enougt~ to make the best decision right leased two 36-inch tiger musky Gila was fair using liver. We had cat in the microwave. Since we Assemble the clues or pieces of to responsibly handle baby-sit- now given the !nformation that using the same spinner. June 7, no reports on trout. ' can't take off work for the sum- the childcare puzzle, and then put tingjobs with ease, then they were we have. It won t be perfect, be- Robert Ruediger of Alamogordo Glenwood Pond: We had no re- mer or work in the house with on your creative hat to find the ready to stay home alone. For my cause nothing ever is, but if it's caught a 41-inch tiger musky. He ports from anglers this week. screaming kids, what do we do? solution that works best for your eldest, this was at age 11 (she made from a calm loving place, was using chartreuse Power Bait Lake Roberts: We had no reports could also have held down a job then you and your kids will be that a crawfish latched on to and from anglers this week. When I googled Summer family, and planned a dinner party at 111 just fine. wouldn t let go. The tiger musky Pereha Dam: Fishing was slow Child Care, I got 33,600,000 hits• 3. Ask for help: This is That s why she now holds a big- I~llglz ~,t'~ ht'~" [~llllPI took the combo after Bob paused for all species• Good Grief, how do we make the where your friends and co-work- it, then gave it a twitch.Quemado Lake: Fishing was perfect choice? First of all, lose ers can step in to help• Ask them time production job; the kid is a ,-nn~ t,v , nv,,,~l, ,vuu~ the idea that you can make the what they are doing with their rock)• With my middle child, it •, ,, ~ ,, • Ute Lake: June 6, John Russell good using spinners, salmon eggs, perfect choice, because there are kids this summer. If they aren't was 14, with lots of telephone su- VOIleVDall of Border, Texas, caught a 4•83- Power Bait and worms for trout• no perfect choices. Parenting is a knowledgeable, go to your pervision from me. If you're lear- pound walleye• He was using a Fishing was fair to good using job where you're building the school's guidance counselor or ing your kids at home, make sure Tt'Mil'rtg~ll /uhu /Ifh crank bait• spoons, Power Bait and Mepps plane as you fly it. That being your church's child care program you have a plan for check-in nvuHU~,,J ,pc4u3 -rLmu The following came in too spinners for tiger musky• said, here are a few tips for mak- to ask for recommendations• Ask times as well as activities/chores .......... late for last week's report but we Rio Grande: Water flow below lne Lorusourg ~lKs Loa~e for the day Make the plan to "~ ing the right choice for YOUR your boss about the possibility . - will host a 4th of July Mud Vol- felt they were definitely worth Elephant Butte on Monday was family• of summer hours; you will never gether, ..... so that they take owner- leyball Tournament• Cost is $50 mentioning: 2,860 cfs. We had no reports from ship of the decision This will • Chama River: May 31, anglers this week• 1. First, calm yourself: know until you ask. Go in armed . • per team and all entrants will re- teach them independence and Larry Paz of Albuquerque caught Snow Lake: Fishing was fair to This decision produces fear, be- with a plan that benefits your boss ceive a t-shirt• First and second accountablhty, two things all • a 20-inch brown trout• He was good using worms under a bob- cause there are so many up-as well, and then release the out- " " " " place teams will receive trophies/ fishing below E1 Vado and using her and Power Bait for trout. Jen- tions--or your options are lim- come. Your boss will be more parents want for their children, medals 6 Use your own family a night crawler. June 1, Dillon nifer and Tim Frey caught sev- ited. Both stories produce stress open to options if you're not • " A food sale will be held in values to guide you" Don't feel in the thinker. Remember, they are needy and desperate when you • conjunction with the holiday Holifield, age 11, of Los Lunas era| trout here May 28. They were just stories. You will make much ask. pressure to be just like everyone event caught an 18.5-inch brown trout, using worms under a bobber. . • . For more mfo, or to pre-reg- He was also fishing below El Vado Young Pond: Fishing was fair better decisions from a place of 4. Use baby steps: This is else; do what feels right to youw If ' • your family values are centered and using a night crawler, using dough bait and liver for calm• When you feel the stress a big decision, and it may seem ister, contact Glenda Greene at m creatwlty, sending your kid to If you have a catch of the week catfish. We had no reports on levels rising, take three deep belly overwhelming. Use baby steps to ..... 575-639-2484 or Maria Sanchez story or just want to tell us about other species, breaths. Right now, put your palm acquire the necessary information a structured math camp is not the at 575-654-3870 or email on your belly button and breathe to make an informed choice. 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