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Tom Nusbaum of Grants Pass holds a freshly-gaffed lingcod he caught on a herring while fishing with Captain Jim Bithell from Charthouse Sportfishing on Sunday out of the Port of Brookings Harbor.

It’s one thing to see limits of lingcod getting filleted every day at the Port of Brookings Harbor cleaning station.  It’s another to experience it directly, live, one-on-one with people catching them like they were bluegill in a lake. But that’s exactly what happened to me last Sunday when I fished with captain Jim Bithell of Charthouse Sportfishing.

The most common phrase uttered that day was, “Not another lingcod!”

Jim had a couple of clients on board, neither of whom had ever caught a lingcod. All I can say is when inexperienced fishermen can catch lings to the equivalent of shooting goldfish in a barrel, fishing has definitely been taken to the ultimate level.

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2015 Brookings-Harbor Bruins Spring Sports Schedule

2015 Brookings-Harbor High School Spring Sports Schedule 


2015 Gold Beach Panthers Spring Sports Schedule

2015 Gold Beach High School Spring Sports Schedule 


OSAA 4A Basketball Playoffs: Round 1 — A classic game for the ages

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Lady Bruins point guard Drew Farmer (right) strips the ball from Mazama's Hannah Thompson during Saturday evening's OSAA 4A first round playoff game.

Certain playoff games have the ability to create lasting memories. While games of this nature happen infrequently, when they do they leave a long-lasting impression upon the players, spectators and community for years afterward.

Those lucky enough to witness Saturday’s first round playoff game between the visiting Mazama Vikings and Far West League champion Brookings-Harbor Lady Bruins, were treated to a basketball game they will never forget. One that will be remembered for generations to come.

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Azalea Middle School takes second place at Jaycee’s

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The Azalea Middle School basketball team poses with their AAA Division second place trophy at the Jaycee’s 8th Grade Basketball Tournament in Crescent City. Photo courtesy of Chaulene Worthey.

Playing in the top division for the first time in 31 years, the Azalea Middle School basketball team claimed second place at the 47th Annual Jaycee’s 8th Grade Basketball Tournament last weekend in Crescent City.

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Far West League all-stars named

The names for both the Far West League all-league teams and rosters for the South Coast All-Star game were released this week. 

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OSAA 4A Basketball Playoffs: Round 1 Preview: Mirror, mirror

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The Lady Bruins host the Mazama Vikings at 6 p.m. on Saturday in the first round of OSAA 4A State Basketball Championships.

When the Brookings-Harbor Lady Bruins host the Mazama Vikings at 6 p.m. today in their first round OSAA 4A State Championship playoff game, they will be looking at a near mirror image of themselves.

Both teams play pressure defense geared toward causing turnovers and easy buckets. Both have multiple, talented guards that can shoot from the perimeter. And both teams have experienced coaches that have made several state playoff appearances.

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Year’s first Rogue River springer caught

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Marshall Maze of Brookings had no trouble getting his two-lingcod limit within 45 minutes of fishing outside the Port of Brookings Harbor on Wednesday.

To salmon aficionados, spring means springers.  And although the first day of spring doesn’t officially arrive until Friday, March 20, the famed spring Chinook of the Rogue River start entering the jetty jaws as early as February.

Which means that usually the first legal springer of the year is ordinarily caught accidentally by a fisherman setting out plugs for winter steelhead.

When I say “legal,” I mean the first hatchery spring king, a fish that a person can legally retain because it was rumored many times over in the last several weeks that several wild spring Chinook had already been caught and released in the lower Rogue.

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Youth wrestler wins belt in Reno

Hayden Rosencrans (submitted photo)

Brookings-Harbor Mat Club wrestler Hayden Rosencrans poses with his championship belt after winning first place in the 8-and-younger, 54-pound division at the Rocky Mountain Nationals “Rumble in Reno” meet on Feb. 28 at the Grand Sierra Resort and Casino in Reno, Nevada.  


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