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SPORTS tn the FIELD ON OE B apt to get game - the guide or the guest? I had a chance to first as a guide during a return visit to the brush-choked Paddy's Run, then as a guest of an avid birder and his final day of the bunting season. for the season's clincher were Eddie Reed and Pat. dog. "I'll pick you up at 9:30," Eddie had said when he At 9:15, he was knocking at my door. Amy - my bird dog - heat and I had decided not to run the risk of her meeting out in the hills. I was afraid she'd take off for a tete-a-tete end any sport - hunting sport, that is. Amy, I've found, is a trouble keeping her at bay than I do the swains who have had three 12-puppy litters in the past. I wasn't about to the truck, explaining that I had a regular routine of keep Amy from thinking I was headed for her favorite aslay a hand on my shotgun, she starts prancing about ready to go out on the town with a football player fraternity on campus. I slipped out the side door gun and shells. Amy never saw me depart. from town, Eddie stopped the truck. "Watch the as he put it in reverse. He stopped in a curve in the road. as he stopped the truck. It was a grouse lying on the a Weapon deadlier than a gun. "That's the tenth grouse I've Eddie explained. For some reason the goofy birds seem corridor between the river and the hills. Does the Dept. Lye "Bird Crossing" signs? "Maybe we should take up a stand I hadn't seen the bird; Eddie had. I should have as Portent of things to come. 3orne local doubting Dannyk have scoffed at some of Eddie's I don't. As Pat ran in patterned circles through us when we started out, Ed warned me to be ready. "I in this stretch," he said. Pat paused ahead, then slowly, over a patch of ground beneath a small stand of host called. "Get out where you can get a clear shot. ed us hunting companions that day, but it quickly host was more eager to give me the chance to shoot for himself. As I stepped into a small clearing, I heard the explode from the thicket, but the brush was so dense I until too late. I missed. A second bird beat out of the flying uphill. "We'll get them on the way back." my Pat back into her bird-hunting routine and my guide when to be alert. The next time he called "point," he to ideritify a songbird I had spotted and before I could locate quarry "flew the coop" less than 50 feet from me. I didn't But Eddie did, when the second bird erupted from the He dropped it with one shell. Pat claimed the bird from feet, then lost interest in the work at hand and left Eddie to retrieve. grOUse 11 times by noon, and while Pat didn't point every one on more than 50%. We missed more shots, although I'm sure I pite of his every attempt to put birds out to me, the kinder to the guide than the guest. that final day was more suitable for fishing than it out despite the heat. A half hour after lunch, on a Stopped my guide, "We're wasting our time, F.ddie." I ' here. Those birds will be sittin' in the shade beside a spot.'" We left in search of cooler clime. pproached the mouth oolOr,  the shade, before either of us was ready, sure enough , As Eddie snapped off three desperation shots, the second the trees. I swung with it, fired once. missed, then into the open, and fired again. It flew on. I closed the same as I started out - with a clean. had 15 flushes that day, but it was the guide, not the in the bag. week before. I guided Gary Norman for a short on Paddy's Run. Gary, now working as a biologist with the Dept. of Natural Resources, had originally and a co-worker out for birds. His friend cancelled out. I headi I for the hills anyway, to hills where earlier this two birds. I put Gary up high, while Amy and I worked flush birds to our guest. Usually, I've found, the birds of hunting and still no birds, Amy suddenly acted birdy I a chance to work it out. I alerted Gary on the ridge above first grouse point? Eagerly I waited. Her tail waving the shorthair wheeled this way and that. scurried to a momentary point, then wriggled on. Nothing old scent, I figured, and I called Amy to come. She .mOved back to get her and as I did. whoosh - out it went right over our heads, It flew down the hollow, not up, As we might follow it up, a second bird came soaring tree. This time I swung with the bird and with my Season brough( the bird down as it weaved through the her final retrieve of the year. guess I'm a failure. Although Amy put up another bird or a very enjoyable, interesting afternoon afield, try as we gave Gary a chance to shoot. they play at Remington Farms in Maryland. and I took earlier this season. They callthe game "Crazy Quail." from a trap house on a wooded hillside and as it unannounced, you have to pick It out and bring it my grouse flew identically to Remington's Crazy Practice paid off, but I think I'll write to Remington and the name of their game, They really should call it "Goofy Dave Bayer nets 15 lb. Muskie Dave Bayer displays his 15 pound, 37V inch muskie. A 15 pound muskellunge fell for David Boyers' big Creek Chub plug on February 29 and then for nearly 25 minutes gave the fisherman a fun battle that finally ended when Frank Fox of Glenville managed to grab the tired lunker by the gills and lift it into the boat. They didn't have a gaff or net. The fish measured 37 1/2 inches long and is the first musky the Gluck Run resident has ever boated. He was using a spinning outfit with 3e-pound-test line. "I've had others on," Boyers said, "but they always got off" Taken in a hole on the Little Kanawla llver near GlenviIlel the big fish will be registered in the W. Va. Husky Musky Club by Stan Messeroll of Glenville. Photographs of musky catches registered with the state club have been on display in the former Monongahela Power Co. store in Glenville for the past several weeks. The photos were placed on display here and in other towns by Musky Club President Bill Crane of Friendly, Fry to play football far, G$C Ed Fry, a 6' 4" 225 tackle from Wayne High School has been selected for admission and will play football at Glenville State College. Earl Adolfson. football coach at Glenville State, commented, "We feel Ed is a blue chipper for Glenville State College. With his size and dedication. he will be an outstanding football player for us." SUBURBIA "I wanted to go to Europe this summer, so Henry's taklng me to Paris, Illinois!" IqlHE IUJIOR GROCERY 6LENVILL[ fishing tackle at the store that has everything. ,of stock to choose from, fast catalog service don't have in stock, no help, no rent, buying in means better prices,, satisfaction, more time to, fuji ' from fishing. fishing contest for all qualified customers. March 11, 1978 1"he Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder 5 State Parks can bar mineral exploitation EDITOR'S NOTE: The following article was taken out of the Thuroday, January 29 edition of the Charltoa Gazette from an Associated Press release. The state natural resources director has the power to prevent exploitation of minerals in state parks, the attorney general's office says. Asst. Atty. Gen. R. P. Curanti Jr. replied last Wednesday to an inquiry by the Natural Resources Director Ira S. Latimer, Jr., who said Carnegie Natural Gas Co. has oil leases in Cedar Creek State Park in Gilmer County. Latimer wondered if the firm could drill for oil and gas. Duranti quoted a state law that requires the natural resources director to maintain state park lands in their natural condition, "insofar as is practical," and says the director "shall not permit public hunting, the exploitation of the mineral or harvesting of timber thereon for commercial purposes." Coon Hunters to meet Alnrcb 20 On Saturday, March 20, the Gilmer County Coon Hunters Associa- tion will conduct a United Kennel Club bench show and wild coon hunt at the Gilmer County Recreation Center. The bench show will begin at 1 p.m. with a treeing contest to follow. The wild coon hunt will commence at 8 p.m. Association officials say no alcoholic beverages will be allowed Said the opinion, "This |aEu. !: in no uncertain terms, requires, tha state parks be left unmolested and expressly places a duty on the direch)r to so maintain those areas." The opinion outlined courses of action available to the director in cases of violation, hut noted there s. far has been "no incursion" inh) the  park by Carnegie and suggeste(1 that Latimer "await further action by Carnegie and then tailor his response in accordance with the needs of th(: ,; situation." ONE TO SUIT EVERYBOD Y'S NEED Holly Park Windsor Norris Freedom Double-Wide Home= BEST SERVICE MOVE AND SET UP OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK SUNDAY 1-5 BELKNAP MOBILE HOMES. INC. Phone 364-5608 Rt. 4 lust off 1-79 Take Gassaway-Sutton Exits Toward Gassaway Gassaway WV 'Opposite Braxton Count Armor  Purina Farmers Chows Friend We carry a complete line of Purina Chows Et Health Care Products, also a complete line of Protein Blocks, Salts r Supplements, Custom Mixed Feeds DAWSON TACK Et SUPPLY Glenville, WV Rope Yourself A DEAL! ON A USED CAR 1971 Ford Mustang 2 Door Green Auto. Trans. 1972 Chevrolet Impala 2 Door, Air, Tilt Wheel, Gold 1970 Plymouth Valiant 2 Door, Auto. 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