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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, May 30, 2018 3C California Office of Environmental Health Eat the i Avoid the i Good Fish i Bad Fish Eating fish that are t Eatifig fish with higher i low in chemicals i levels of chemicals like i mayprovide health ! mercuryor PCBs may i benef ts to ch ldren cause heath problems : and aduts ~inchildren and adults, i Choose the Right Fish Chemicals may be more harmful to unborn babies Catfish Bullhead Rainbow Trout high in omega-3s I II I Sunfish Species Brown Trout 16 inches or less high in omega-3s Black Bass Species Carp Brown Trout over 16 inches Hazard Assessment chart issued earlier this year. Marl Erin Roth Sports Editor sports@plumasnew.corn The California Department of Fish and Wildlife does not.issue health advisories, but relies upon public health experts who do. In particular, the California Deparfment of Public Health, the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment, the California State Water Resources Control Board and local public health departments. Health advisories can be issued for bodies of water based upon possible contamination of the fish or of the water itself. Reports from agencies, including the U.S. Geological Society, about mercury contamination residue in the Middle and North Forks of the Feather River from gold mining long, long ago continue. Fish, amphibians and invertebrates consume mercury. This keeps the element in the area as it is passed from one creature to the nex as food. The last five pages of the Freshwater Fishing Regulations booklet address safe preparation guidelines and consumption advice for those who regularly eat sport-caught fish. In that section is found the OEHHA advisories on mercury. Experts advise the following: striped bass, carp or brown trout over 16 inches should not be consumed by women between the ages of 18 and 45 or by children between the ages of 1 and 17. Unborn babies and children are more likely to have health problems from chemicals in the fish. Understanding mercury levels can help consumers make informed decisions about what fish to eat from different fishing destinations. Using referenced advisories from public health professionals provide the ability to stay up to date on current conditions and stay safe while enjoying time outdoors. GOLF RESULTS LACC Women's Golf The game of the day for the ladies 18-hole golf league at Lake Almanor Country Club on Tuesday, May 22, was "Criers" After adding up our gross scores we subtracted our handicap, and then circled the three holes of our choice to change to pars. A great game in my opinion. Our winners were: First Flight -- First place: Toddy Cutler, score 62; Second place: Trudy Leete, score 66. Second Flight -- First place: Nancy Foote, score 67. Chip Ins: Mary Craig, Hole 5; Nancy Foote, Hole 13. The 50/50 winner was Dana Seandel. Mt Huff Golf I don't know if the showers will hold off for the Thursday Evening Scramble, but here are the results from Wednesday. The rain gods held off again and the Wednesday Scramble got off under building clouds. The rain started just as the players were returning to the clubhouse. In first place at a stunning Thirty-two golfers at Graeagle Meadows do the cha-cha-cha during the May 20th couples' tournament. Photo submitted 8-under-par was the team of Trafton, and Don and Donny Hubbell. Thursday Scramble will Margie Joseph, Tom McConnell. The chip-in was a carry post later. Battigan, and Jeff Stevens. A third place spot, also at over and Ron Carter hit it Not far behind at 6-under 6-under, went to Leo closest to the pin. To have your golf results and was Larry Herzberg, Mary Sorosinski, Duane Austin Weather permitting, the club news included in this weekly section, email the information to sports@plumasnews.com and esmaU@plumasnews.com by Friday at noon. AND SCHEDULES Saturday, June 2 Lost and Found Gravel Grinder bike ride at Lake Davis Speedway Racing County Picnic-Napa Sierra Night: Mods, Sport Mods, Hobby Stocks, Mini Stocks and NV Pro Stocks Saturday, June 9 Speedway Racing Mohawk Trading Co John & Jessica Papenhausen Night: Mods, Hobby Stocks, Mini Stocks and NV Outlaw Dwarf Saturday, June 16 Mile High 100 Bike ride in Lake Almanor Tour de Manure Bike ride in Sierra Valley Saturday, June 30 Summer Series #1 Rodeo Silver Buckle Rodeo Queen Horsemanship Contest in Taylorsville Wednesday, July 4 68th Silver Buckle Rodeo in Taylorsville Chester Classic 4th of July Run/walk Thursday, July 5 High Sierra Music Festival Jackpot Team Roping in Taylorsviile Friday, July 6 High Sierra Music Festival Saturday, July 7 High Sierra Music Festival White Sulphur Springs Ranch Summerfest