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Latest On Trout Spots I Because of the heavy rain in Horaham did. trict, it in hard to aay whiit the trout openiing tomorrow will be -lik, but once again, there asiould be aoineo good catcheso. The fishoerlsc and .Gams Department . Inspector 111n Hforham (Mr. V; PIurdio), visited trout waters in the district yest.crday, and thile is what lie thinks of cundi* tion';, Lake Wartook, invithig' carrying its.full capacity of Water;, McKr izle ; Cereek, swollen, bitut isolatird patches could ho good' where waoter I1 fairly clear including the distribution headn and places Where the creek banits were high- ; Zmn;tcln'i. Crossing, nih;o looked inviting; Fyane Creek (near JIlls' Gap), lookedl:tl' gid, although the water was High; Pine Lake, ars sualtl. very inviting for Btlnhe , living In Ilorshian:; I"ynnn !Lahe rather muddy and. gd ill flinhg doubtful. Mr. 'Ptrdle said' that 1lurnt Creek dtld not look at' racttiv' bricauso 'there wis long distancesa, therio could be good fishing at Lake Wal lace at Edenhlope, where ahinbow trout waU the only variety. Mr. Pturdli stressed these points to fishermen: Carry trout licences with you. Watch the utilinlhu t lengtli of trout-11 indIehs. Others caught tinder thlis length rhould be thrown hack, even If it meant cutting the line and losing a hook. The maximunt bag of trout -10 a day.