Fish Sniffer On Demand Digital Edition Issue 3614 June 23- July 7 2017 | Page 20
June 23 - July 7, 2017
VOL.36 • ISS. 14
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never identified in any way. He or she plays
On the way down the hill, the
ost of us enjoy watching
a role in Kegger, a story that
wardens encounter a truck on its way
starts with two teenaged salm-
up. Yes! The very same teens from the
over evil. Not that all laws
on poachers caught red-handed
salmon poaching bust, this time with
are good nor all lawbreak-
fishing in Butte Creek at night,
an open container in the cab.
ers evil. Some laws, I think
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cited and released.
The wardens pull over to allow
we all agree, are inherently
Two weeks later, the war-
homebound traffic to pass at a walking
bad, although you and I
8 a.m. to noon & 1-5 p.m.
dens return to the scene of the
pace while they write the teen driver
might not agree on which
weekdays or leave your
crime and instead of poachers
another ticket. He signs it and the
ones should go. Longtime
message on our 24-hour
find a keg party in progress.
warden watches him drive off, then
readers will remember my
They send away the crowd of
prepares to head back himself. But
rants about the Marine
college-age kids and confiscate
where’s the keg?
Life Protection laws, for
the nearly full keg. As they
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Still, David and I try to
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Keeping within the law, I’ll be look-
follow the laws, by-laws,
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bringing them a keg.
ing for you on the banks.
TIME, EVERY TIME!
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The book I just read, Deadly Intent, is
“The California Camper”
Number 7 in a series of “Warden Force”
story collections. Number 1 is titled
Night Rider. Then come Grim Witness,
Delta Ghosts, Cold, Cold Hearts, Delta
Ambush, and Ordeal at Skull Canyon.
Hodges has a gift for storytelling.
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You’ll find suspense, romance, and
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pickup truck chases in these pages,
and you’ll swear you’ve met some of
the characters. We suspect we knew
the perp in Abalone Boy, since David
worked on a dive boat and it’s a pretty
tightknit community. But in a note to
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readers, the author explains that he
changed many of the names to protect
the privacy of those who have already
paid the price for their misdeeds.
My favorite character appears in The
Poor Eyesight of Love – a woman so
madly in love with her husband that
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