Kevin Slifer has a pretty nifty fishing rig, and the photos to prove he knows how to use it.
On a recent evening, Marcia Rozell paddled her kayak across a small pristine lake as a pair of young bald eagles, only recently fledged from a nest above the shore, tested their wings above the River Pond area of Tuttle Creek State Park.
EL DORADO RESERVOIR — Like clowns from a tiny car at the circus, fishing rods kept coming and coming from Jerry Howard’s boat. They came from stacks on each side of where he sat at the back of the 18-foot boat. Others were carefully pulled from the boat’s side, where they’d been threaded through narrow openings to rest within the craft’s hull.