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Walking among Oregon’s giants
June 11, 2013 08:24 pm

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Sunshine breaks through the branches of towering redwoods just feet from the start of the Oregon Redwoods Trail #1107. The Pilot/Jef Hatch
The trailhead provides access to two of the U.S. Forest Service’s (USFS) trails in the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest; the Oregon Redwoods Trail #1107 and the Oregon Redwoods Barrier Free Trail #1106.

Trail #1106 is 11 miles from Brookings up Winchuck River Road and begins at the edge of the parking lot. It is approximately 1/2 mile long with a loop at the end. The trail is wide and, according to the Forest Service website, is wheelchair accessible.

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On the Water: Fish Report
June 07, 2013 07:30 pm

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Last week’s winds subsided enough Thursday for a few anglers, such as Joe Dickerson above, to catch limits of black rockfish and lingcod.
Everybody who has ever fished for rockfish has brought up a fish that looks like it had way too many cups of coffee.

Its eyes, which are normally sunk deep inside of its head, look like they are about ready to pop out of their sockets. In addition, extending out of its mouth is a red tube-like structure that resembles a bizarre party balloon.

If you ever witness this type of sea creature and wish to release it, do not attempt to pop the balloon with a hook or a needle. Doing so would be deemed a form of fish abuse.

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Grab the suit, we’re swimmin’
June 05, 2013 09:51 am

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Kalmiopsis fourth grader Connor Ryan cannonballs into the deep end at the Brookings Pool during open swim on Tuesday. Youth who are 48 inches and taller and have passed the swim test can swim at the pool without parents. The Pilot/Jef Hatch
The Brookings Pool opened its doors on June 1 and with the 5th annual Rotary swim lessons, close to 100 third graders call the pool home for an hour each day this week.

For the fifth year Kalmiopsis third graders were able to take swim lessons thanks to the Rotary Club of Brookings-Harbor and its volunteers.

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On the Water: Free fishing today, tomorrow
May 31, 2013 10:08 pm

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Gary Johnson of Central Point hauled in this 50-pound halibut while fishing out of the Port of Brookings Harbor during Memorial Day Weekend The Pilot/Larry Ellis
This weekend, June 1 and 2, anyone fishing, crabbing or clamming in Oregon does not need to possess a fishing license, shellfish license or a tag. It’s called Free Fishing Weekend, and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife really has their act together when it comes to introducing fishing to the public.

In Oregon, Free Fishing Weekend literally means “free.” You don’t even need to possess a tag to mark down salmon, Pacific halibut and sturgeon so, for two days, those fish are freebies. However, anglers are required to follow the fishing regulations for each zone.

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Relay team finishes in 8th
May 29, 2013 01:12 am

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Third-leg sprinter Gabe Brazelton, left, takes the hand-off from Trent Bevan during the boys 4x100-meter relay at the OSAA 4A State Championships on Saturday. The Bruins placed eighth in the state. The Pilot/Jef Hatch
With just three events to compete in at the OSAA 4A State Track and Field Championships on Saturday, the Brookings-Harbor High School track and field team felt the pressure to make something happen and members of the boys 4x100-meter relay team did just that as they ran for an eighth-place finish and a bit of hardware with a time of 44.19.

“We have two people who have never been here before — me and Zack,” junior Trent Bevan said. “I don’t feel like it affected me, and I feel like we could have run a little faster, but our handoffs weren’t as good as they were at districts.”

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FWL honors 7 BHHS players
May 29, 2013 01:11 am

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FWL All-League award winners are (back row from left): Hannah Baron, Kayla Webre, Courtney Kay, Alaura Marrington and Hannah Goergen, Megan Strain (front row, left) and Mariahn Seavello. The Pilot/Jef Hatch
Head Coach Steve Bonde had words of praise for each of his players as he presented Far West League All-League honors and varsity letter certificates to the members of the BHHS varsity softball team at Tuesday night’s softball banquet.

Members of the team receiving their varsity letter included team manager Easton Scaggs, seniors Mariah Baron and Kayla Webre; juniors Morgan Early, Mimi Fernandez, Samantha Henry, Megan Strain, Alaura Marrington, Mariahn Seavello, Hannah Baron and Hannah Goergen and sophomore Courtney Kay.

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