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Outdoors Continued from page 62 Minnows are one of the best baits, according to Kim Littleton of A & K Enterprises. Turkey calling, fly fLshing One last reminder. On Saturday, April 6, Kersey Outfitters in Millsboro will host fly fishing and turkey calling demonstrations. Mike Arnold, representative for Cortland, will teach a fly fishing seminar for beginners and experts alike from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. From 10 a.m. to noon, exper-t turkey caller and the maker of his own line of turkey calls Ron Clough, will offer a seminar. There will be food available and both seminars are free and open to the public. You don't have to be an expert to learn something at ei- ther seminar this weekend, which is located at Kersey's location on Route 113. "I think it will be a good time," said Kim Kersey. If possible, Kim asks people to register for the seminars by calling 934-7714. Briefly Fisherman's survival kit Freshwater fishing is very good these days. But it's tough to pick out a few good lures and items of tackle from the endless rows of lures displayed in many sporting goods stores. We asked a few local sporting goods stores for a brief list of must have tackle items Kersey's Outfitters said that if you must have only one lure, take a four inch power worm and you will be able to catch fish in almost any freshwater pond. Red shad, pump- kinseed or black are the best col- ors. A & K Enterprises suggests a variety of sinkers, hooks and bob- bers with some small spinners such as Mepps and purple or red plastic worms. R & R Sports Center suggests that you have hooks for both bait and plastic worms. Swivels are a must and take a variety of small sinkers, including weights for plastic worms and split shot sinkers. R & R offers the following as a general lure list: small spinners like Roostertail, a few crank baits like rebels or rattletraps, spinner- baits, topwater lures like the zara spook, hula popper or jitterbug. A pig and jig (jig and pork find) is a good lure for spring fish. Also, if you have one plastic lure, R & R suggests a seven-inch Culprit worm in red shad color. Junior painters enjoy brush with competition On Friday, March 29, the judg- ing for Delaware's second annual Junior Duck Stamp Design Com- petition took place at the Division of Fish and Wildlife's Aquatic Resources Education Center east of Smyrna. Young artists from kindergarten to grade 12 submit- ted entries. Delaware's 1996 Best of Show artist is from Greenwood, submit- ted by 13-year-old Queena Yoder. This entry will represent Delaware in the Federal Junior Duck Stamp Contest to be held in Washington D.C. Benefit Sussex winners in the junior duck stamp contest included 13- year-old Kelly Mills, a first place winner from the Greenwood Men- nonite School and Mark Findley, a 16-year-old first place winner who attends Seaford High School. Seaford High Schools students won two other awards as well. Jeron Wright, 18, was a third plac.e winner and Christopher Baltz was a second place winner. Vivian Lee, 9, of North Laurel El- ementary School was a third place winner. Children's Beach House 1996 Golf Classic The Sixth Annual Children's Beach House Golf Classic will be held Wednesday, May 1, at the Shawnee Country Club in Mil- ford. Major sponsorship for the event will be provided by Wilm- ington Trust Company. Local businesses are being asked to sponsor individual holes. Pro- ceeds from the event will benefit Delaware children with special needs in programs provided by the Children's Beach House in Lewes. The 18-hole, shotgun start event is open to men and women. A $75 entry fee includes greens fees, golf cart and dinner. Golfers may bring a guest to dinner at an addi- tional cost of $16.50. For further information, contact the Chil- dren's Beach House at (302) 645- 9184 in Lewes. Athletics! 2nd Annual 5K RUN*& 1 MILE WALK Saturday, April 6th at 10 am (Rain or Shine) "RUN TO THE BEACH" Sponsored by Lewes Physical Therapy (302) 644-2530 For more information please contact:" Race Director, Tim Bamforth 645-7748 *Seashore Strider Racing Series ~ Special thanks to Associate Sponsors to Date ~ General Rental Company James P. Marvel, Jr. M.D. John E. Spieker, M.D. Rose & Crown Lloyd's IGA The Roadhouse Restaurant Lewes Police Dept. City of Lewes The Lemon Tree Jack Lingo CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 5 - April 11, 1996 - 63 or Evergreen Drop Spreaders 99 EA. FIVE POINTS Mon. - Sat. 7 am - 9 pm NASSAU Sun. 8 am- 6 pm 645-6658 HUNTING, FISHING LICENSES, AMMO & TAI ',KLE