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Dove season closes Saturday

OUTDOOR REPORT:

September 14, 2001|By AL KALIN, Special to this newspaper

The first half of the split dove season close3s at sunset tomorrow. Dove are still plentiful in many spots in the Imperial Valley, especially near brushy areas like the New River, Alamo River and along the desert edge.

Corvina action is running hot and cold around Red Hill. One day the bite is wide open with corvina striking lures on every cast and the next day it may be hard to even get a bite.

Allen Martin of Westmorland limited Tuesday morning casting chrome/blue back Rat-L-Traps from the dike at the end of Young Road.

Wednesday morning I tried my luck from the same place and only caught two corvina using a chartreuse Terminator spinnerbait with titanium wires.

The water color is excellent and croaker are starting to move into the shallows and feed on young tilapia.

Canal fishing for catfish is still productive and the bluegill continue to bite at Ramer Lake.

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