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spinner and I'll guarantee you'll get a walleye." a everal years ago as we mapped out plans for a trip l the Canadian province of Quebec. I it/took more talk than thai to send me to the tackle of 15 teenagers into that water wildernesthe year caught only about a dozen walleyes (and two dozen by casting and retrieving Canadian lures, not were not allowed) But Bob MacKinney had been to too, His success stories outdid mine. so I bought a few along. nighterawlers," MacKinney informed our crew when at the last town before heading into the bush. "The on the end of the June bug spinner," he Putting hers d'oeuvres on the table at a gourmet dinner Bob demonstrated his jigging technique beside a on Bradys Narrows. But even before he rigged up, and down on the bank, shouting with glee and about a three-pound walleye. "June bug, June works." It was the biggest fish the high schooler had to the spinner, dropped his line over the side count, aloud. On 10, he twitched the rod tip, then In spite of Tom's catch, I was not convinced June great. Bob retrieved his lure, then cast it closer to e he hit paydirf. His lightly set drag whined as wallowing swim, but MacKinney knows how Seconds later boated a five-pound lunker that helped that night. My Canadian lures on that expedition jigging the June bug spinners sur did. spinner got buried in my box, and I I forgot about jigging too, and never tried the a crappie fishing trip to the Pokomoke River near later.'Lamar Underwood, now Editor of Sports MacKinney, Bob Arnold and I crappie "as big as use shad darts," Lamer had said. ':tipped with tiny one inch." Shad darts are really small lead-head, appie were big, but more the size of a deer's :Oar, and not nearly as numerous as Lamar had bragged. 8had lures worked. didn't sink in - didn't, that is, until this year on proved the value of jigging to me when they boat, all taken on feathered lead-head jigs. No one luck, not even the "minnow men" we met later at the 10 or so crappies into hitting bare hook jigs. buy lots of jigs-' 'the cheaper the better," two jigs for every one fish that bites. Quite often, wire hooks will bend just enough so you can test or heavier line. To further save the mn with me had their own lead-head jig-making and hair. They'd lose a dozen jigs in a day. in the a motel at night. Kits for making jigs are from most tackle firms and some sporting goods Dan Gapen, Minnesota writer and lure-maker, of fishing fun with a jig lure. When I think back over exploits, I tend to agree. And if you study the magazine ads today, it soon becomes apparent that of lures today are designed not only as crank a lunker hunter, you might consider giving jigs a may help put more fish in your boat: and bass, variations of the simple "life and best. While retrieving your jig, repeatedly pull your 3 to 6 inches and let it back. Jigging 1 to 3 feet is too of the rod allows the jig to hop along, imitating a bottom. hit bottom before you start to jig. Count to 10 east, then begin the twitching action. to the line. Avoid leaders, snaps, swivels is needed to cast against wind or to compensate heavier jig. minnows or pieces of worm. sock it to 'era right fish are hitting hard. But with large minnows and rod tip toward the fish for a moment before allows the fish time to work the bait, and you to maintain your preferred jigging action How much line to let out will depend on depth jig, and the speed of your boat. Trolling and for locating fish. as it drops. An alert angler can detect these hard-to- the line for unusual behavior - like a tell-tale line. Sometimes the line moves off to one side or If you suspect a fish, set the hook immediately. t to announce that Roberts Singleton, a Clarksburg I  Beauty Academy has joined b=_..ea Shop. She 'l,Bangs. specializes in Afro's, u S BEAUTY SHOP Glenville National champs ! The West Virginia State Legislature recently awarded a special citation to the 1976 Glenville State College bowling team. The team brought GSC it's first national sports title when they won the 1976 NAIA National Bowling l:i  ' =p" Jura: 2L |976 Championship. [L-R] D. Banks Wilburn, president Glenville State College, Tom Newberry, Delegate Billy B. Burke, Sam Ferrell, Dave Twyman, Mark Smith and Michael Hickman. DEEDS Fred Heavner granted to Edward and Kathleen Kroll a tract of land on School House Fork of Stewart's Creek, Glenville district, 126 acres. Thomas and Mary Lee McPherson and Cecil and Joan C. Reasor granted to Malcom A. and Elaine F. Wilkinson a tract of land on Moore's Run, Glenville district, eight acres. David Arthur Kendig grants to George H. Henning and James W. Tuitt Jr. four lots on Big Cove Creek, Troy district. Lots of 12 acres, five acrs, 47 acres and 16 acres. Edna Richards grants to William King parcels of land on Mike's Run Glenville district-50 acres, 41.41 acres oil and gas and other minerals at Chest, nut Bottom Glenville district, 246.5 acres oil and gas on Stewart's Creek and 40 acres oil and gas and other minerals in Troy district. James Hartman grants to Thomas McPherson five acres on Bull Fork of Tanner Creek in Dekalb district .... Paul W. Tallman grants to Gregory Greenwood a parcel of and on Laurel Run on the right fork of Steer Creek in Center district, 15.87 acres. Scott Furr grants to Gary Ray Swindler a parcel of and on Cedar Creek in Center district, 35,910 sq. ft. Rosalee Walker and other parties grants to Alma Gainer tract of land on waters of Third Run and its tributaries in Dekalb district, one tract 80.5 acres and another tract 6.4 acres. Marriage Licenses Gregory Lavern Taylor. 42 of Glenville and Hannah Lou Davis, 46 of Glenville. Larry Dale Gerwig, 19 of Cedarville and Vicki Sue Hacker, 18 of Glenville. Eugene Edward Cottrill, 19 of Jacksonville, N.C. and Cally Louise McCumbers, 16 of Glenville. Wills Micheal E. McCartney appointed administrator for the estate of Charles Grepry totals campaip spendinE Ronald Gregory of Glenville, a. Republican candidate for the 23rd delegate district, listed no contribu- tions and expenditures of $136 in the recent primary campaign. The financial statement was filed with the West Virginia Secretary of State's office well before the June 10 deadline for campaign expenditure reports. This report was inadvertently left out of an article on local campaign expenditures in the June 10 issue of the Democrat/Pathfinder. GLENVILLE PINE MANOR 6ROCERY 870 12 guage 30" full choke plain reg. 179.95 Sale 149.95 have 16 and 20 guage at same special, 70 Better hurry, only 6 in stock 222 or 22-250 reg. 124.95 sale price 100.00 ADL 22-250 reg. 194.95 sale price 150.00 ft 215.00 Several hand guns in stock now, SOme that will be discontinued this year  for all your hunting and fishing needs we have night crawlers now. PRICES GOOD THIS WEEK ONLY Lewis Ward. Ethel Woodyard appointed ad- ministatrix of the estate of Willie W. Woodward. Helen J. Greenlief appointed administratrix of the estate of Cota L. Greenlief. The Glenvflle Democrt/Patb,der 5 '":'b----,', ,: /  ' , EVERY LITTER BIT-Be sure there are enough litter baskets in your community -and that people use them. HEARING TEST SET FOR GLENVILLE W. VIRGINIA Electronic hearing test will be liven at the Conrad Hotel in GJenville each third Wednesday of the month from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. by Mr. Kemper Hyre, Certified Hearin 8 Aid Audiologist. 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